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The Apple MagSafe battery pack drops to Amazon at $ 80, plus – 9to5Mac

The Apple MagSafe battery pack drops to Amazon at $ 80, plus – 9to5Mac

The Apple MagSafe battery pack drops to Amazon at $ 80, plus - 9to5Mac

Now we’re in the middle of the week, and all the best deals are Amazon’s new low-end titles on Apple’s MagSafe battery pack at 80 USD. This is alongside a new sale of Anker iPhone accessories from 13 USD and the Nanoleaf HomeKit light series starting with 60 USD. Jump for all of this and more in the latest 9to5Toys lunch break.

The Apple MagSafe battery pack drops to low Amazon

Amazon now offers the official Apple MagSafe battery pack for 80 USD. Although you usually pay the retail price of $ 99 at any other merchant, today’s offer is at a new Amazon minimum at $ 4, below our previous mention.

Serving as a perfect companion for your new iPhone 13 or existing iPhone 12, the Apple MagSafe battery pack comes with extra power as you drive. It can power your phone at 5 W speeds from the internal battery, although it takes a step to provide full 15 W MagSafe charging speeds when you connect a USB-C cable. It has a white plastic case that will work with anything from Apple mini receivers to Pro Max launches. Immerse yourself in our first impression posts for a closer look.

Anker launches a new sale of iPhone accessories from 13 USD

Today, Anker launches a new sale during the week, full of discounts on everything from essentials for iPhone and Android, to smart home appliances, vacuum cleaners and more. Our top choice is the Apple Watch Anker Mini USB-C charger for 32 USD. Falling from $ 37, you look at the first noticeable price reduction in over five months and a match of the all-time low.

This compact Apple Watch charger is a must-have for everyday transport, either for your new 7 Series or an existing portable device. The adapter connects to any USB-C port to provide a simplified charging experience for the laptop. It will pair with USB-C wall chargers, as well as MacBook, iPad and more for recharging away from home.

Save on Nanoleaf HomeKit lighting kits from $ 60

The debut of the new Nanoleaf Lines took place last week, and now a series of discounts have been launched on the brand’s range of Shapes HomeKit lighting sets. Everywhere, there are a number of all-time lows to associate with the best prices we’ve seen at many of the launches. While you will find various geometric shape factors, patterns and packages as part of the sale, all Nanoleaf Shapes lights have modular connectors to build a unique piece of wall art with ambient lighting. A highlight of today’s Nanoleaf sale is the new Elements Wood Look Smarter kit from $ 250. Falling from $ 300, today’s offer rises to the second notable discount since its launch earlier this year at $ 50 discount to match the all-time low.

Packed with all the same modular and multicolored capabilities for which the brand was known, Nanoleaf Elements offers a cool wood design that tries to blend more with the decor of the house. Hexagon panels can be reconfigured in a variety of ways and offer HomeKit control on top of Alexa and Assistant support. Nanoleaf has just launched the Thread border router support for its Shapes range, which you can find out right here, as well as in the coverage of our ads.

The best exchange offers

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