Tuesday's best Apple deals now deliver the second-lowest price yet on Apple's latest AirPods 3 at $140. That's joined by Apple's 11-inch 512GB M2 iPad Pro with $100 off, while a rare discount comes in to offer Aqara's new HomeKit Smart Lock U100 with Apple Home Key support for $174. Hit the jump for all that and more in Homekit.Blog' latest lunch break.
Apple's latest AirPods 3 drop to its second best price yet at $140. Amazon is now offering the second best price yet for Apple's latest AirPods 3.
Apple's most recent entry-level true wireless earbuds have barely gone on sale so far in 2023, and are now seeing their first discount in over a month at $140. Normally hitting $169, you're looking at $29 in savings in addition to the best price of the year outside of Prime Day. Today's offer comes within $1 of that previous listing and is the second best discount yet.
Apple's latest entry-level earbuds originally launched in October 2021 and were refreshed last fall with a new wired-only charging case that takes much of the same page out of the pro version playbook as before. While forgoing the silicone ear tips, AirPods 3 arrive with much of the same Spatial Audio support, as well as added water resistance to last through runs or workouts. Returning to the charging case, there's no MagSafe charging on this model, with just a Lightning port on the bottom for refueling once you've worked through the 30 hours of listening time.
Save $100 on Apple's 11-inch M2 iPad Pro 512GB Amazon is now offering Apple's 11-inch M2 iPad Pro Wi-Fi 512GB for $999. Reduced from $1,099, today's offer is $99 in savings, while marking the second best price of the year. Today's bid comes within $1 of our previous listing and the 2023 low. Apple just released the latest-generation iPad Pro last fall, and now you can finally save on the latest iPadOS experience. This time everything with the latest M2 iPad Pro is centered around a familiar form factor as previous models with all the staples like Apple Pencil 2 support, Wi-Fi 6E, Face ID, all day battery and Magic Keyboard integration. Though there are some notable improvements like the M2 chip powering the 11-inch Liquid Retina XDR display with ProMotion, True Tone and P3 wide color support. Returning to Apple Pencil 2 support, M2 iPad Pro also includes a new hover feature that offers another way to interact with the interface, which you can read more about in our coverage.
Rare discount lands on Aqara's new HomeKit Smart Lock U100 Aqara steps in to discount its rival smart lock with Apple Home Key support. Courtesy of the official Amazon storefront, the new Aqara HomeKit Smart Lock U100 retails for $174. Down from $190, this is only the third discount to date and a rare opportunity to save on the recent release. Earlier this summer we dove into what to expect from the new smart lock and walked away impressed in our hands-on review. As for how the new release stacks up, Apple HomeKit support really is the star of the show. But it not only works with Siri and the rest of your iPhone-friendly accessories, but also with Home Key technology that lets you unlock just by tapping your phone against the lock with NFC. Otherwise, you're looking at a sleek front door upgrade with the Aqara Smart Lock U100 featuring a built-in touchscreen and fingerprint sensor for some other ways to unlock without your keys.
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