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Cupertino, August 16, 2023

Wednesday Deals: $60 Off Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro, Apple's OG MagSafe Wallet Discounted, and More

Wednesday is back with another batch of deals on all things Apple, this time culminating in a $60 discount on Magic Keyboard for the 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro. It's joined by a price cut on Apple's OG MagSafe wallet, which is now available in four leather styles starting at $27. Be sure to check out the launch discount that went live on Aqara's new color LED strip T1 with HomeKit for $45.

Apple's Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro is now $60 off. Amazon is now offering the chance to outfit your 12-inch M2 iPad Pro with Apple's official Magic Keyboard for less. On sale now for $289, today's offer is $60 savings from the usual $349 price tag. Notably, this is $10 below our previous Prime Day entry and the best price in months. Designed for both of the latest iterations of 12.9-inch iPad Pro, including the new M2 and original M1 models, Magic Keyboard arrives with the accessory's signature floating hinge design and Smart Connector support, as well as the dedicated USB-C charging port. The folio form factor includes a backlit keyboard and trackpad, which take the iPadOS experience to the next level. We fully cover what to expect from the experience in our hands-on review.

Apple's OG MagSafe Wallet comes in four leather styles. Amazon is now offering four styles of Apple's original MagSafe leather wallet starting at $33 shipped. Starting at $59, you'll be looking at the first discounts across a variety of models for up to 45% off. If you don't mind going with the Arizona colorway instead, Woot has that model for $27 right now, which is an additional $6 savings. While not the latest models with Find My integration, this official Apple MagSafe leather wallet offers many of the same features for the latest iPhone owners. This build is compatible with the just released iPhone 14 and 13 and 12 series handsets, delivering a specially tanned and finished European leather look with built-in magnets that clip directly onto the back of your device. It can also hold two different IDs, bank cards, or even some cash. Take a closer look at our hands-on review.

Aqara's new color LED strip T1 with HomeKit sees launch discount. Aqara launched the latest addition to its smart home stable today, and now you can save for the first time on the all-new debut. Courtesy of the brand's official Amazon store, the new Aqara LED Strip T1 drops to $45. That's $5 off the usual $50 price tag and offers the first chance to save. Of course, as a launch discount on something just hitting stores today, this is a new low. As for that new accessory, the LED Strip T1 offers HomeKit, Alexa and Google Assistant support, as well as Apple's Adaptive Lighting technology after pairing with an Aqara hub. In addition to offering full color output, the light strip can also emit tunable white lighting. There's a 2-foot length in the box that provides plenty of room to place under cabinets, behind a TV, or on your desk, with support for extensions up to 33 feet.

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