Apple’s 10.5-inch iPad Pro hits new all-time with $400 discount, plus MacBook Pros from $1,160, and a notable Verizon Wireless trade-in offer for iPhone 11/Pro/Max. You’ll find all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Take $400 off Apple’s 10.5-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 512GB
Walmart is currently taking $400 off Apple’s 10.5-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 512GB bringing prices down to $599. As a comparison, this is $100 better than our previous mention and the second-largest cash discount we’ve tracked to date.
Apple’s previous-generation iPad Pro sports a 10.5-inch display, A10X Fusion chip, and 12MP camera. You’ll be able to enjoy full stereo audio thanks to four speakers. The internal battery provides up to 10-hours of use on a full charge. While you won’t find the latest technology here, this is a great buy for kids or grandparents. With 512GB worth of storage, you won’t have to fuss with managing content placed on the device.
Apple’s MacBook Pros are discounted from $1,160
Today only, Woot offers Apple’s 2018 13-inch MacBook Pro in certified refurbished condition from $1,160. Free shipping is available for Prime members, otherwise, a $6 delivery fee will apply. As a comparison, this model sells for closer to $1,700 in new condition and $1,489 as a refurb direct from Apple. Upgrade to the 15-inch model starting at $1,730, which is as much as $670 off the regular going rate. Apple’s 2018 MacBook Pro sports a Retina display, Touch ID, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a Force Touch Trackpad. Perfect for consuming or creating content on-the-go. Includes a one-year warranty.
Verizon giving $700 in credit on iPhone 11/Pro + more
Verizon is currently running a deal on Apple’s latest iPhone 11/Pro smartphones offering up to $700 in credit, a FREE Echo Dot and Smart Plug, along with 1-year of Disney+ at no additional cost. The details are simple: Buy any iPhone valued at $550 or more and activate it on a qualifying Unlimited plan when you port in your previous number to get a $200 prepaid MasterCard, the Dot/Plug, and 1-year of Disney+. Trade in a qualifying device (iPhone 7 or newer, Galaxy S8+ or newer, Pixel 2 or newer, and several others) to get the bonus $500 as monthly bill credits.
Belkin Powerhouse charges an iPhone and Apple Watch at $20 off
Amazon offers the Belkin Powerhouse Charge Dock for iPhone and Apple Watch in white at $80. Also at B&H. Regularly $100, today’s deal is a 20% drop from the regular going rate and a match of our previous mention. You’d pay full price at Best Buy currently. It’s time to streamline that nightstand of yours with an all-in-one charging system. The Belkin Powerhouse delivers integrated charging for your iPhone and Apple Watch, all in one sleek design. It also nicely props up your iPhone while charging, so it’s easy to see notifications and more.
Yamaha’s AirPlay speaker is on sale for $152.50
Amazon is offering the Yamaha AirPlay-enabled MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker with Alexa Voice Control (WX-021) on sale for $152. This is down from its $229 list price, $200 sale at most retailers including Target, and marks a new all-time low that we’ve tracked. Sporting AirPlay, Spotify Connect, and Alexa voice services, this speaker is perfect for any smart home. It can even be used in multi-room setups through MusicCast to provide whole-home audio.
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The OWC USB-C Travel Dock is a 5-port travel dock with up to 60W of power passthrough capability and small enough to fit in your pocket. It includes 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, a USB-C port with power passthrough, an SD card reader, and HMDI 2.0 port with support for 4K displays. The OWC 10-port USB-C Dock includes five USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports (including a USB Type-C) and can charge laptops with up to 60W of power. Also included is Ultra-High-Speed Gigabit Ethernet, a front-facing SD card reader, Mini DisplayPort interface, combo audio in/out port, and an included Mini DisplayPort to HDMI 4K adapter. Both come in four color options– silver, space gray, gold, and rose gold– to match your MacBook.
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