Why Apple MacBook Air and MacBook Air Pro are selling so well in Japan

A new MacBook Air laptop with a sleek aluminum design and an attractive aesthetic are selling in Japan for less than $1,000, but the MacBook Pro is selling for about $8,000.

Apple has a lot of fans in Japan, with the company’s Mac line selling more than 80 million Macs worldwide, and it’s become one of the most popular consumer electronics brands in the country.

Apple also has its own smartphone line and a tablet line.

But it’s the MacBook Air that’s been popular among Japan’s tech-savvy millennials.

The Air, which is $1.5 million (about $6,400) less expensive than a MacBook Pro, has a 5.6-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080 resolution.

It weighs 4.5 pounds (1.4 kilograms) less than the MacBook Pros.

Apple has been targeting Japanese millennials since at least 2010, when the company began making laptops for them.

In 2015, Apple launched its MacBook Pro line of laptops.

The MacBook Air has a higher-resolution screen and lower-priced price than other laptops.

In 2018, Apple unveiled the Mac Pro, a higher end laptop with 4K displays.

But the new MacBook Pro costs about $9,000 less than a Mac Pro.

The Mac Pro is available for purchase at Amazon Japan’s online store and at Apple’s online stores in the United States and China.

The Mac Pro comes with a 12-inch (30.5cm) display and 128GB of storage.

The MacBook Pro’s price is $999 (about £1,200).

The MacBook Pro with a 1440 x 900 display is also available for $999.99 (about: £1.99) at Amazon and Apple’s Apple stores.

The iPhone 7, which launched in 2017, has become a popular luxury gadget in Japan.

Its 12.3-inch display is one of its best selling models in the world, and Apple has launched two models of the iPhone 7 Plus, the first with a 13.3 inch display and the second with a 15.6 inch display.

Apple is also known for its iPhone X and iPhone XS smartphones, which have the largest display of any smartphone.

Apple said in September it would start selling a 10.5-inch iPhone X in Japan next year, but its iPhone 8, which launches next year and will be sold on a premium iPhone lineup, has an 11.7-inch OLED display.