Apple may make some of the most sought-after products on the planet, but these high-end devices never really come cheap. A new MacBook Pro could cost you up to £3,000 while the best iPhone won’t let much change from £1,550. Luckily, the American tech company just launched a limited-time incentive that will make buying an iPhone, MacBook, Apple Watch, or iPad much more affordable.
From now until August 11, anyone buying certain products from the Apple Store can spread the cost over 24 months without paying a penny in interest.
That means you can pick up the new MacBook Air for just £53 a month, take delivery of an iPad for £13.29 or pick up the latest iPhone 13 for just £28 a month.
All you have to do is choose your product, then choose to pay in installments with a quick credit check, then confirm if you’re eligible. Apple has partnered with Barclays to offer this finance deal and it will definitely help ease the pain of buying an expensive new gadget.
HERE’S HOW MUCH YOU WILL PAY
– Apple iPhone 13 mini • £679 or £28.29 for 2 years
– Apple iPhone 13 • £779 or £32.45 for 2 years
– Apple iPhone 13 Pro • £949 or £39.45 for 2 years
– Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max • £1,049 or £43.70 for 2 years
– Apple iPad • £319 or £13.29 for 2 years
– Apple iPad Air • £569 or £23.71 for 2 years
– Apple MacBook Air • £1,249 or £52.05 for 2 years
– Apple Watch Series 7 • £369 or £15.38 for 2 years
Things don’t end there. In addition to offering that zero percent interest, Apple has also just announced its annual student discount offers that cut prices across its entire line of devices.
Price cuts for those heading off to college or university include the new MacBook Air for £1,149, the new iPad Air from £526 or the latest iMac for £1,124.
On top of the discount, students will receive a gift card of up to £120 and get 20% off AppleCare to protect their purchase. Plus, they’ll get a free month of Apple Music and Apple TV+, and student pricing of just £5.99 for both services after the one-month free trial ends.
These student offers are in effect until September 26 and are available to newly admitted college and university students and their parents, as well as staff, teachers and lecturers at all levels.
Want to know more about the new MacBook Air? You can read our full review here.