Returning to its second-best price yet in Friday's best deals, the Apple Pencil 2 is now down to $89. It's joined by the iPhone 13 landing at $571 for those looking to skip a new phone next month with a cheaper phone. There's also a sale of Twelve South's popular desktop Mac accessories. Get a jump on all that and more in the latest Homekit.Blog Lunch Break.
Apple Pencil 2 returns to second-best price
Amazon is now offering the second-best price yet for Apple Pencil 2. The latest stylus experience for iPad is now down to $89 at Amazon, which equates to a savings of $40 from its usual $129 price tag. This is the lowest price we've seen since May, when it dropped to $4 below today's bid. If you've purchased an iPad in the past few months, now's your chance to outfit it with an essential accessory. Far more appealing than just being used to create digital art, the Apple Pencil 2 excels as a note-taking tool as well as offering more precise input than your fingers. A new hover feature has just been introduced for the M2 iPad Pros, and the accessory snaps right onto the side of your device for charging and storage. It's compatible with everything from the cheaper iPad Air 5 to the Pro models and even Apple's compact iPad mini.
Microsoft Office for Mac Now Dropped to Best Price of the Year iPhone 13 Drops to $571 in Like-New Grade A Refurbishment Woot launched its latest Apple refurbished sale today, with iPhones in the spotlight this time. As usual, shipping is free for Prime members, otherwise a $6 delivery fee applies. A favorite has iPhone 13 in Grade A Refurbished Condition for $571. Starting at $799, this is a new low for this condition. For comparison, we've seen the slightly more flawed device sell for $530 in the past. Dive into our coverage to get a closer look at how the previous generation experience holds up today. The previous generation iPhone 13 is now even more affordable thanks to today's discount and is powered by the A15 Bionic chip. In addition to a significantly improved battery life compared to its predecessors, there is also the same square design as last time, combined with the Super Retina XDR display with a smaller notch. There's also an improved camera experience with the more recent Cinematic mode and improved sensors. Includes a 90-day warranty.
Microsoft Windows 11 Pro Drops to Just $40 Twelve South Discounts on Popular Desktop Mac Accessories Twelve South is ending the work week today with another sale of some of its more recent desktop Mac accessories. Shipping is free across the board. Headlining this time around is the Twelve South Curve Riser for $64. Today's 20% discount, compared to $80, is the lowest price we've ever seen or the second best. The white model is now returning to its nadir, while we've seen the black style disappear for less in the past. Whether you've just bought one of Apple's new entry-level workstation displays or the standalone M1 iMac, both devices don't have height adjustment features out of the box (unless you spent money on the more expensive Studio Display upgrade). Curve Riser helps correct this by lifting each screen a few inches off the desk with a sleek aluminum design. There's also a built-in shelf where you can store Thunderbolt hubs and other accessories. ZAGG Launches 20% Off MagSafe Sale For Back To School ZAGG is launching its latest sitewide sale today to get in on the back-to-school savings. This time, get 20% off and save on a collection of wireless and MagSafe chargers with free shipping everywhere. Prices also apply at checkout. A favorite has one of ZAGG's most popular accessories at an even better price, with the mophie 3-in-1 15W MagSafe Travel Charger priced at $120. At $150, this $30 discount is the second-best we've seen this year. We last saw it earlier this summer for $8 less, but it's the lowest it's been in over a month. We walked away quite impressed with our hands-on review, though we did break down what to expect from the experience below the fold, among other highlights in the sale. Launched just over a year ago, mophie's portable charger quickly stood out from other models on the market, just as Apple should have delivered with AirPower. This premium 3-in-1 iPhone 14 charger includes a 15W main charging pad with official MFi Apple MagSafe support. That's in addition to a 5W secondary divot for refueling AirPods, as well as a built-in Apple Watch charging puck. Onvis HomeKit smart plugs support Matter and Thread. Eezy Life via Amazon is now offering its Onvis HomeKit Smart Plug with Matter and Thread for $14. If you normally pick up $20, you'll see a 30% savings in addition to just the second chance to save on this new release. Today's offering also hits a new low, trading $2 below our previous entry. With support from Thread and Matter, today's discount already delivers one of the most affordable smart plug experiences on the market, but today's discount doubles down on that sentiment by delivering both of the latest smart home standards for less. It features a compact design that doesn't use both AC outlets while integrating with Siri, Alexa, and Assistant right out of the box. Take a closer look at our experience with Onvis in our previous HomeKit Weekly feature. Best trade-in deals Homekit.Blog also tracks the best trade-in deals every month for iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more. Be sure to check out this month's best trade-in deals when you decide it's time to upgrade your device, or simply visit our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade-in, or sell your used devices for money, and support Homekit.Blog on the go! Subscribe to the Homekit.Blog YouTube channel for the latest videos, reviews, and more! $400 direct-drive bundle for Xbox: Moza R3 unboxing, setup, and first impressions [Video] Review: Glorious Model I 2 Wireless gives ultra-light, customizable design with 9 buttons [Video] Review: DJI Osmo Action 4 brings updates, but the problems remain [Video] FTC: We use monetized auto-affiliate links. More.
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