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The sale of the iPad Pro M1 has a discount of $ 200 at a new minimum level in Amazon

The sale of the iPad Pro M1 has a discount of $ 200 at a new minimum level in Amazon

The sale of the iPad Pro M1 has a discount of $ 200 at a new minimum level in Amazon

All of today’s offerings are now being launched and are showing off a new low of 12.9-inch Apple M1 iPad Pro. This is next $ 295 on pre-order discounts on the new M1 Pro / Max MacBook Pro and an early sale of Apple Black Friday at Best Buy. Jump for all of this and more in the latest 9to5Toys lunch break.

The 12.9-inch Apple Pro iPad M1 is now on sale for a $ 200 discount

Amazon is now offering Apple’s new 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro Wi-Fi 256GB for $ 999 in Space. Offering a new all-time low of $ 200 off the current price, today’s offer lowers our previous mention by $ 100 to mark the best price so far on Amazon or any other retailer.

Apple’s latest iPad Pro offers the most compelling iPadOS experience to date, with a long list of notable features, titled with a Liquid Retina XDR screen with 1,600 nits of maximum brightness and a 120M ProMotion refresh rate. Of course, the iPad is powered by an M1 chip supported by Thunderbolt connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, Apple Pencil support and Face ID. Immerse yourself in our practical review.

Pre-order the new M1 Pro / Max MacBook Pro at a discount of $ 295

Yesterday, Apple officially announced the latest iterations of MacBook Pro equipped with the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. Now pre-order discounts for these devices are already live. With up to $ 295 discount a number of different configurations on the latest Apple machines from Expercom, you can ensure your order in advance.

The end of the new M1 Pro / Max is the latest flagship 16-inch MacBook Pro. Completely refreshed to go with the new chips, the refinements move to the almost everyday look of the new debut. Take a look at the new 16-inch Liquid Retina XDR screen with a maximum brightness of 1600 nits to provide a brilliant viewing experience while running the latest Apple Silicon. With a choice of M1 Pro or M1 Max chip, there is a versatile selection of I / O that is based on a redesigned notebook format. Not to mention the return of MagSafe! You can get a full discount on the new version scheduled to start delivery next week, or you can check out all the offers right here.

Best Buy launches early Black Friday sale for Apple

After announcing its holiday shopping plans last week, Best Buy is now launching an early Black Friday sale. Offering the best discounts of the year, everything from today’s sales is also backed by the new Black Friday Price Guarantee to make sure you get the best price for the rest of the year.

Our top choice is grouping the Apple HomePod mini with a Nanoleaf HomeKit Lightstrip at 150 USD. Saving $ 24 off the current rate for these two products, this package offers a rare discount on both items and matches the best value we’ve seen so far.

HomePod mini offers a compact way to bring Siri, Apple Music and smart home control into your space in a familiar, fabric-wrapped design. In addition to the white or black colors, there is a touchpad at the top to adjust audio playback, as well as fast music transmission, thanks to the inclusion of Apple’s new U1 chip. Throw the light strip in the package and you’ll be able to start your home Thread and Smart HomeKit.

The best exchange offers

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