Starting this week, all the best deals today are presented by an Apple Watch and iPhone sale at Woot. This is alongside the HomePod mini $ 80 and M1 MacBook Air from Apple to $ 199 discount. Jump for all of this and more in the latest 9to5Toys lunch break.
Woot launches Apple Watch and iPhone for $ 140
To kick off the week, Woot is now launching a one-day refurbished Apple discount, with discounts on a selection of iPhone and Apple Watch models starting with 140 USD. Everything is scheduled to arrive by Christmas. The leader is the Apple Watch Series 6 44mm GPS $ 350 in a variety of styles. Falling from $ 429, you're looking at $ 79 savings along with the best price we've seen since Apple launched its 7 Series successor earlier this fall. There are also 40mm styles from $ 300, also.
Going with the Apple Watch Series 6 doesn't mean you're sacrificing too much. In addition to the major enhancements to the refreshed case and larger screen, the 6 and 7 series have the same processor along with a suitable range of blood oxygen, heart rate and other fitness sensors. Both run and watchOS 8! So, for those who do not need the latest and greatest or do not want to pay more money for the 7 Series, the choice of Apple Watch Series 6 offers a lot of savings.
HomePod mini drops to $ 80 in new colors
Best Buy offers Apple HomePod mini for $ 80. Today's offer normally matches our previous mention for all colors, but marks a new all-time low for the recently released blue color. HomePod mini offers a compact way to bring Siri, Apple Music and smart home control into your home in a familiar, textile-wrapped design. In addition to white, black or blue, there is a touchpad at the top to adjust audio playback, as well as fast music transfer, thanks to the inclusion of Apple's new U1 chip. Take a closer look at our practical coverage.
Save $ 199 on Apple's MacBook Air M1
Amazon currently offers the latest Apple 13-inch M1 MacBook Air for 512GB $ 1,050 in all three styles, the price automatically decreases upon completion. Normally, selling for $ 1,249, today's offer is $ 199 in savings, while exceeding our previous Black Friday by $ 50, to mark the second best price so far. Those who want to enter the M1 game at a lower price can note the 256 GB model for $ 899, a savings of $ 100 compared to the regular price of $ 999.
Whether you've missed the Black Friday discount or are just looking to put one of Apple's latest ones under the tree, today's offer is just as remarkable as it came. Centered around the M1 chip, the latest MacBook Air includes a 13-inch Retina display, along with all-day battery life. Its Thunderbolt port pair is complemented by up to 512 GB of storage and Wi-Fi 6, as well as 8 GB of RAM. Get a better idea of its performance in our hands-on review.
Beats Studio Buds returns to historic lows in several styles
If you missed the Black Friday discount, many retailers now give you another chance to save at Beats Studio Buds. You can reduce the price to $ 100 in several styles. Normally, when you bring in $ 150, you look at a match with the minimum set of all time once before at a 33% discount.
Just released earlier this summer as one of the latest Beats audio offerings, its new Studio Buds come in three different styles, with a true wireless design, suitable for anything from everyday wear to workouts and more. In addition to the active noise cancellation that is associated with a transparency mode, you also look at Hi Siri support, a compact USB-C charging case that offers up to 24 hours of battery life and IPX4 water resistance. Find out in our hands-on review.
Level Bolt offers a smart lock invisible with HomeKit
Amazon is currently offering Level Bolt HomeKit Smart Lock for $ 179. Initially bringing in $ 229, today's offer is down from the $ 199 price set after Black Friday to save $ 50 and the second best discount to date. Standing out from all the other models on the market, Level Bolt comes as Invisible smart lock thanks to its interior design, which hides all motorized locking elements from view. Most other offerings have large housings or housings that hang from the back of your door, but Level Bolt tries to maintain the installation as if it were still traditional hardware. This unique design is paired with support for a variety of smart home features, presented by the integration of HomeKit at the top of the Ring, using a smartphone app or simply removing the old school key. We found that it was up to the task in our practical review.
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