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Costco Members: Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop (2020): i7 10th Gen, 16GB DDR4 EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for it's Members: Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop (ZOYJ1LL/A; 2020 Model) on sale for $1199.99. Shipping is free. Thanks beatenby

Note, non-Costco Members may pay an additional surcharge fee. Expected to ship between 9/7 - 9/11/2020.

Specs:
  • 10th Gen Quad-core Intel Core i7 Processor 1.2GHz
  • 13.3" 2560 x 1600 LED-Backlit Display
  • 256GB PCIe Solid State Drive
  • 16GB 3733MHz LPDDR4X RAM
  • 802.11 Wireless-AC w/ Bluetooth 5.0
  • Intel Iris Plus Graphics
  • Integrated 720p FaceTime HD Camera
  • Backlit Magic Keyboard with Force Touch trackpad and Ambient Light Sensor
  • macOS
    • Inputs
      • 2x Thunderbolt 3 USB-C
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Discount is live now (August 5).

Link to item:
https://www.costco.com/new-apple-...57331.html

Only space gray available.

QA Note: Now says: This product is backordered, and is expected to ship between 09/07/2020 and 09/11/2020.

Purchase with Costco Citi to enjoy 4-year warranty.
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Item 1447792
Model ZOYJ1LL/A



Product Details
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Processor & Memory:
10th Gen Quad-core Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 1.2GHz
16GB 3733MHz LPDDR4X RAM

Drives:
256GB PCIe-based SSD
No Optical Drive

Operating System:
macOS

Communications:
802.11 Wireless-AC + Bluetooth 5.0
Integrated 720p FaceTime HD Camera
Three-mic array with directional beamforming

Audio:
Stereo Speakers

Graphics & Video:
13.3" 2560 x 1600 LED-Backlit Display
Intel® Iris Plus Graphics

Ports:
2x Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports

Keyboard:
Backlit Magic Keyboard with Force Touch trackpad and Ambient Light Sensor

Additional Information:
Dimensions: 11.97" x 8.36" x .16 - .63"
Approximate Weight: Starting at 2.8lbs
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Yes, 100% agree. I've had mine for a week, and it has only run hot twice with the fan going, with some fairly heavy usage. I'm pleased with it overall.

I didn't see the fingerprint scanner on the specs (maybe I missed it), but I was worried it wouldn't have it - thankfully it does. I'm okay not having the touchbar.
Agreed as well. Bought the $850 MacBook Air from Best Buy. Runs so much smoother than my 2019 MacBook Air
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No SD love for 16"
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My order had a back order date to ship mid-September. Just got a shipment notification. I was planning to cancel and hold out for the ARM macbook.... doh
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My order had a back order date to ship mid-September. Just got a shipment notification. I was planning to cancel and hold out for the ARM macbook.... doh
If you are accustomed to the bumpy road of being an early-adopter, then you'll be fine with a day 1 Arm MacBook. However, if you're hoping to hit the ground running with 3rd party apps, then you'll be disappointed for a good bit. So, choose wisely based upon you tolerance to productivity disruption and 3rd party application needs.
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If you are accustomed to the bumpy road of being an early-adopter, then you'll be fine with a day 1 Arm MacBook. However, if you're hoping to hit the ground running with 3rd party apps, then you'll be disappointed for a good bit. So, choose wisely based upon you tolerance to productivity disruption and 3rd party application needs.
I am in IT for a global company. We buy about 10k MacBooks annually (vs 120k leased Windows laptops). Partly based on briefings from Apple, we are stepping up procurement on the Intel MacBooks ahead of the ARM production shift. Enterprise customers generally don't want to be early adopters. Anything that affects productivity cuts into our bottom line. So this guy's advice is solid.
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I totally think there will be a few bugs but nothing catastrophic. It's not like this is their first time making a CPU
My primary driver is a Dell xps 13. I only need a Mac machine to run fcp to digitize all my standard definition (or below) family VHS videos.
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