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David Jones EOFY sale: $200 off Apple M1 MacBooks


It's the last day you can make a work-related purchase to claim on your tax, so take advantage of this David Jones EOFY sale on M1 MacBooks.

$200 off Apple M1 MacBooks on David Jones

$200 off Apple M1 MacBooks on David Jones

As the end of financial year (EOFY) sales begin to close, you may find yourself frantically trying to ensure you've ticked off all the items from your wishlist. Those of us working from home have been eyeing a variety of laptop deals to upgrade our workstations and claim the purchase on our impending tax return.

If you thought you'd missed the opportunity, this David Jones EOFY sale has come just in time. It's slashing $200 off Apple's M1 MacBook range. These laptops are sleek, functional and powerful, but it's their titular microchip that has really taken the tech world by storm.

The M1 chip broke new ground as Apple's first "system on a chip", incorporating CPUs, GPUs, RAM, a neural engine and more onto 1 tiny piece of silicone. The results are 3.9 and 7.1 times faster video and image processing, respectively.

Can't wait to jump on these deals? Here's David Jones's entire range of discounted M1 MacBooks.

M1 MacBook David Jones EOFY sale

13-inch MacBook Air (512GB)
13-inch MacBook Air (512GB) | $1,824 $1,624 (save $200)

This ultra-thin and ultra-light notebook features an 8-core CPU and GPU and a mammoth 512GB of storage, perfect for intensive work on the go.

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13-inch MacBook Pro (256GB)
13-inch MacBook Pro (256GB) | $1,899 $1,699 (save $200)

Head over to David Jones to take advantage of this must-have deal on a laptop boasting 20 hours of battery life.

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13-inch MacBook Pro (512GB)
13-inch MacBook Pro (512GB) | $2,199 $1,999 (save $200)

If you chew through storage like a dog chews through toys, the piece of mind of a 512GB device is worth the price jump.

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16-inch M1 Pro MacBook Pro (512GB)
16-inch M1 Pro MacBook Pro (512GB) | $3,749 $3,549 (save $200)

If you can't settle for anything but the most deluxe product, this plus-sized and powerful MacBook Pro was built for you. The superior M1 Pro chip features improved CPU and GPU performance.

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M2 MacBooks

Curious about Apple's new range of M2 MacBooks? If Apple is to be believed, its new chip will feature a 35% faster GPU and a 40% faster neural engine than its predecessor.

Head over to our guide to M2 MacBooks to find out everything you need to know about the new technology.

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