HomePod deals arrive with best-of-2019 pricing
Apple HomePod delivers Siri and access to Apple Music and more in one sleek package. Add in AirPlay 2 and you can easily beam content from a variety of sources on your iOS device. OWC includes a full one-year warranty with purchase on the open-box model along with original accessories. Check out all of today’s best HomePod deals right here.
Apple 12.9-inch iPad Pro hits all-time low
Amazon is currently taking up to $220 off Apple’s latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Leading the way is the Wi-Fi 64GB model for $824 shipped, which is a $175 discount and the best we’ve seen at Amazon in this configuration. iPad Pro supports the second generation Apple Pencil. This is a great way to put your savings from today’s deal to work and take your content creation experience to the next level.
iTunes weekend sales continue with notable Harry Potter offers
The iTunes movie storefront has been on a roll lately, and that streak continues with a new $5 movie sale and the complete Harry Potter movie collection for $60. You’d typically pay $80 for the entire collection of Harry Potter films, so be sure to jump on this one if you’re ready to go to Hogwarts this weekend.
Add CarPlay to your ride w/ Kenwood’s $279 Receiver
Newegg Flash offers the Kenwood 6.8-inch Touchscreen CarPlay and Android Auto Receiver DDX6905S for $279. That’s good for a $120 discount from the going rate, is $20 under our previous mention and the best we’ve seen. With CarPlay support and wireless Android Auto capabilities, this is a feature-packed way to interact with your phone while on-the-road. A 6.8-inch screen also makes it easy to keep an eye on navigation directions and more.
These USB-C hubs deliver extra ports to your MacBook from $27
Sunvalley Brands (99% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon is offering the HooToo 6-in-1 USB-C Hub for $26. Normally $50, this is nearly 50% off the going rate and is one of the best deals available. This dock gives you USB-C power passthrough up to 100W, Ethernet, HDMI output, and three USB 3.0 ports. If you’re missing the use of legacy devices on your new MacBook or iPad, this is a great way to add them back.
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