New record discount of $200 off for 15-inch MacBook Air

Cupertino, August 11, 2023

Monday is back with a new batch of deals, and Homekit.Blog has the very best on tap for us today. All topped by a new all-time low on Apple's $200 off Apple's 15-inch M2 MacBook Air, the savings are also joined by many of the best prices yet on Apple Studio Display starting at $1,280. Those of you looking for a new iPadOS experience are also in luck, as Apple's mini but mighty iPad mini 6 drops to $400. Hit the jump for all that and more in Homekit.Blog' latest lunch break.

Apple's 15-inch M2 MacBook Air now $200 off

Apple's latest 15-inch M2 MacBook Air drops to its best price ever today. Courtesy of Amazon, the 256GB version of the most recent macOS debut now comes in at $1,099, shipping in all four colorways. Starting at $1,299, you're not only looking at a new all-time low, but also a $200 discount. It's $100 below our previous listing and the first time we've seen anything close to this kind of offer. We offer a taste of what to expect in our hands-on coverage, which is only enhanced by today's savings. The shiny new addition to the macOS roster arrives as the new 15-inch M2 MacBook Air. It takes everything that made its 13-inch counterpart one of Apple's most beloved machines ever and makes it a 15.3-inch Liquid Retina display with 500 nits of brightness, P3 wide color and the new notched webcam aspect ratio. It's still a compact build that's as slim as can be, while still offering Apple Silicon performance and 18 hours of battery life.

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Apple Studio Display lows come in at $1,280 Woot today is discounting an assortment of Apple Studio Display models to some of its best prices ever. Well, as long as you don't mind bringing home an open-box model. It all starts with the standard Studio Display with tilt stand for $1,280. Delivery will cost you $6. Compared to the usual rate of $1,599, today's offer is $319 in savings. It's well below our previous entry, clocking in as a new low with an extra $100 off. Arriving as a new, more affordable version of the Pro Display XDR, the new Apple Studio Display is designed to pair with the new Mac Studio and all other M1/M2 machines. At 27 inches, the 5K monitor is packed with Apple's latest features, including a 12 MP FaceTime camera supported by Center Stage. The studio-quality microphones and 6-speaker sound system are balanced by the A13 chip. On the rear there's a single Thunderbolt 3 port with 96W host charging, as well as three downstream USB-C ports for connecting peripherals and the like.

Apple's mini but mighty iPad mini 6 drops to $400

Apple's latest iPad mini 6 lands at its third best price yet courtesy of Amazon. Now selling for $400 in a variety of styles, you're looking at $99 in savings. This is within $1 of the second-best price and $20 of the Prime Day listing — though it's the first chance to save in nearly a month. Apple's latest compact iPadOS experience arrives as the latest iPad mini 6. It may be the smallest in the lineup, but it still offers many of the signature features you'd expect, such as an edge-to-edge 8.3-inch Retina display and Apple Pencil 2 support. Throw in the A15 Bionic chip and Touch ID in the power button to complete the package. I've been a big fan of the form factor myself ever since I picked one up, though don't take my word for it. Our hands-on review notes how perfect its size is without sacrificing performance too.

Samsung's just-refreshed M8 Smart Monitor on sale

Earlier this fall, Samsung refreshed its popular M8 Smart Monitor with a new 2023 version and now one of the first opportunities to save has arrived. Courtesy of Amazon, the Samsung 32-inch 4K M80C monitor drops to $596 with its iMac-inspired design in tow. Below $700, you're looking at a new low with $104 in savings. It's only the third offering to date since it also first hit the market in May. Samsung's new iteration of the M8 monitor comes with much of the same design and feature set as last year's model. There's still the streamlined form factor that makes this look more like an iMac than a secondary monitor, with a 32-inch 4K panel inside. The smart functionality is another key benefit, with onboard AirPlay 2 integration accompanied by access to all popular streaming services, built-in access to Microsoft Office and even video calling features with a detachable webcam. New this time around, though, is HDR 10+ support for the screen, as well as the ability to configure it in portrait orientation with a swivel kickstand. Our launch coverage also breaks down further what's new.

Level's invisible HomeKit smart locks now start from $146.

Amazon is now offering the Level Bolt HomeKit Smart Lock for $146. It normally costs $199, but today's offer comes in as one of the best discounts of the year. It specifically undercuts Prime Day, with the $53 in savings today beating our previous entry by an extra $11. Level Bolt stands out from all other models on the market and comes as the Invisible Smart Lock thanks to its interior design that hides all motorized deadbolt functions from view. Most other offerings have bulky housings or housings that hang from the back of your door, but Level Bolt seems to make the installation look like it's still traditional hardware. That unique design combines with support for a variety of smart home features, culminating in HomeKit integration on top of Ring, using a smartphone app, or just popping out the old school key. We found it lived up to the novelty in our hands-on review.

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