Apple AirPods

24hr.tech - It's only July, but those hoping to go to university this September will already have their eye on the shiny new gadgets to help them achieve a First. Apple has always been one to offer great educational discounts and its newest offering is its sweetest yet.

From today, July 9, to October 29, students who buy a new Mac or iPad with educational pricing through the company’s Education store will get a free pair of AirPods, Apple’s popular wireless earbuds. Apple is also throwing in 20 per cent off its AppleCare+ product and savings on other accessories.

Apple's wireless earbuds are an iconic gadget in their own right now. The little buds feature hands-free "Hey Siri" access, five hours of listening time which can be boosted to more than 24 with the case, not to mention they look cool too.

Once you’ve bought your new Mac or iPad, you’ll also be able to trial Apple Music for free if you haven’t already, and then it will cost just £4.99 a month with a student membership, plus you’ll even get free access to Apple TV+ thrown in too.

You have to verify your student status on Apple.com via the UNiDAYS website in order to access the offer.

For those considering a new Apple MacBook, then the new MacBook Pro should be top of the list. With more storage and RAM than ever before and a re-designed keyboard, there’s a lot to love with the new laptop. Doing an art course? Photographers will experience 50 per cent faster performance when editing massive images in photoshop. Future developers will able to run virtual machines simultaneously with ease.

As well, the MacBook Pro weighs just three pounds, almost as light as the MacBook Air, so carrying it around between lectures and seminars won’t be a drag.

The MacBook Air does have its benefits too including up to 11 hours battery life as well as coming in a lighter body, however you don’t get the same RAM power as the Pro but for writing essays and the like, this thing will carry you through three years of university.

Title : Free Apple AirPods for students when they buy a Mac for university
Originally Publish at : www.standard.co.uk

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