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MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Just Got an SSD Price Drop

If you want a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with a ton of storage, the cost of upgrading your Mac's capacity just got a tad less exorbitant.

On both the entry-level 128GB Air, and the 256GB Air, upgrading to the 1.5TB SSD now costs $100 less. That works out to the storage upgrade option for the 128GB Air costing $1,100 extra (down from $1,200), and the upgrade on the 256GB Air running you $900 (down from $1,000).

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Apple is also discounting multi-TB upgrades on the MacBook Pro, where the 2TB SSD options now cost $200 less. That means the base model 13-inch Pro's 2TB SSD upgrade is now $1,200 (vs the previous $1,400) and the high-end 13-inch MacBook Pro's jump to 2TB SSD costs $1,000. (Previously, it was $1,200.)

The entry-level 15-inch MacBook Pro also gets this deal where its 2TB SSD upgrade runs $1,200 (as opposed to the previous $1,400). Need all of the local storage possible? The 15-inch Pro's 4TB SSD upgrade is now $400 cheaper, marked down to a whopping $3,000, from the previous $3,400.

Note that all these prices above just cover cost of upgrading your hard drive and would be tacked onto the price of whatever Mac model you're buying.

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Henry is a senior writer at Laptop Mag, covering security, Apple and operating systems. Prior to joining Laptop Mag — where he's the self-described Rare Oreo Expert — he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. You can find him at your local pro wrestling events, and wondering why Apple decided to ditch its MagSafe power adapters.