Building on the most popular Apple Notebook of all time, the MacBook Air has received a beautiful rework: Thinner & Lighter design houses more powerful internals than have ever been featured in a MacBook Air before & for the first time Touch ID & Retina Display. Giving the best line of Displays Apple has to offer a new home, a near borderless 13.3″ display sitting atop a totally revamped & re-engineered masterpiece.
All Apple Notebook leases come with HardSoft’s 3-year ‘No Quibble’ warranty to ensure peace of mind from the start of your lease to you owning the equipment for just £1! On & off-site technical support will keep you up and running, over the three years, & should you run into any problems our Apple-trained technicians will certainly be on hand to help provide a solution.
Your new MacBook Air is just an ‘add to basket’ away. If you need any more information regarding our included warranty & accidental damage cover then don’t hesitate to get in touch; Over the phone on 02071111643, via our contact us page or using our live WebChat.
ℹ️ If we need more info we’ll get straight back to you
👍 When approved we will email you paperwork within a few hours
📨 You e-sign the paperwork online
🚚 We arrange delivery at your convenience
Once you have chosen your device click on the 'ADD TO BASKET' where you will need to complete the lease application. We will then make a Credit Check and then within 24 hours email you the lease contract for you to sign on-line. Upon receipt of the signed paperwork we will then deliver the next day or at a convenient time to suit.
All prices exclude VAT and are quoted per week based on a three year agreement. PC Customers can renew their agreement after 18 months. Apple Mac customers can renew after 24 months or cancel the agreement at this point.
All offers are subject to credit status (BUSINESS USERS ONLY) and an identity fraud check. HardSoft Ltd and its agents will make enquiries to verify the information to enable fair consideration of the application. The lender reserves the right to decline an application. Please see the Citizens Advice Bureau page on 'How lenders decide whether to give you credit' for further information on this topic, including steps you may wish to take if your application is refused.