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Amazon Apple Store Launches in Singapore, Some Products Cost Less

Ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, launched its official Apple Store. Here, you can purchase various products like the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models. What's different about buying Apple products on is that some devices are being sold at a lower price on the e-commerce platform.

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For one, a 13-inch MacBook Air with an 8‑Core CPU, a 7‑Core GPU and 256GB SSD storage has a S$1,388 price tag for the Gold and S$1,398 for the Silver. All colour variants are being sold for S$1,449 on the Apple Store. So if you don't mind having a Gold or Silver MacBook Air, you potentially can save about S$60.

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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro model with Wi-Fi and 128GB of storage is also cheaper on Amazon Singapore as its Space Grey variant costs S$1,484 on the aforementioned platform and the Silver one, S$1,549. Both colours of the device are available on Apple's website for S$1,649. That's a saving of about S$150! As for the Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity version of the aforementioned device, it can be bought on for S$1,699 for the Silver variant and S$1,716 for the Space Grey version. Apple sells both colour variants of the tablet for S$1,869.

Meanwhile, the Space Grey version of the Wi-Fi only 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 2TB of storage is selling for S$2,771.34 on the e-commerce platform and Apple is selling it at S$3,299. As of writing, it is currently out of stock but you can still make a pre-order from Amazon SG. If you want to buy the tablet's Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity model at a lower price, then you might want to check out the Space Grey version on, which will cost you S$3,317. This is less expensive than the Silver tablet on the aforementioned website and both colour variants of the device on Apple's online store as they are available for S$3,519.

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You can also save money by buying the 11-inch iPad Pro model with Wi-Fi and 128GB of storage on Amazon Singapore as its Space Grey variant costs S$1,147, while the Silver version sells for S$1,199. The Silver model has the same price as both colour variants of the device on Apple's website. On the other hand, the 11-inch iPad Pro with Wi-Fi and Cellular connectivity as well as 128GB of storage has a price of S$1,399 on versus S$1,419 on Apple's own online store.

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Just like some of Apple's iPad Pro models, a number of AirPods Max variants are being sold on at a lower price, with the Sky Blue version selling for S$695 and the Green, Silver, and Pink headphones coming in at S$729. Meanwhile, the Space Grey headphones on Amazon Singapore costs the same as all the AirPods Max variants on Apple's online store: S$849.

As for the AirPods Pro, it is S$60 cheaper on the e-commerce platform at S$319. The second-generation Apple Pencil costs S$10 less on at S$179 and the first-generation Apple Pencil is available on the aforementioned website for S$133, S$5 less than what Apple is selling it for.

Not only will you be able to find some of the devices cheaper, but you can also take advantage of the next-day delivery option and also other perks if you are an Amazon Prime member. But before you buy on, you should take note that some Apple products like iPhones are not available there and you do need to pay an extra 0.5% surcharge if you are using your Visa credit card for your purchases. This could be substantial if you are making a big-ticket item purchase like the MacBook Pro.

Aside from lower prices, another benefit of shopping on Amazon Singapore is that there are unique seasonal deals such as those on Prime Day, which happens in June annually, as well as bank promotions, gift card promotions and vouchers. Shopee and Lazada also offer similar initiatives but only Amazon is fulfilled directly by Apple while the other E-commerce stores are fulfilled by Apple's authorised resellers.


Written by Sophia Lopez

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