Today’s best deals include a new iPhone sale at Woot from $120, plus you can take $300 off the 16-inch MacBook Pro, and Retina 4K iMacs are discounted again. Hit the jump for all that and more.

iPhone 1-day sale starts at $120

Today only, Woot is offering various refurbished iPhone models from $120. Free shipping is available for Prime members or with orders over $25. You can pick up the iPhone XS from $450 or the larger XS Max starting at $540. Today’s deal beats our previous mention in some cases and is down from the new condition starting price of $999.

Each device offers a Super Retina display with OLED HDR panels. Inside, you’ll find Apple’s A12 Bionic chip with support for Face ID. There are 12 and 7MP cameras alongside support for wireless charging on the long list of notable specs. 90-day warranty included with purchase. Check out the entire sale here.

Take $300 off 16-inch MacBook Pro

B&H offers Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro 2.3GHZ/16GB/1TB in space gray for $2,499. As a comparison, that’s a $300 price break from Best Buy and a match of our previous mention. Retailers like Amazon are experiencing shortages, so if you need the latest MacBook Pro, this is a great route to go.

Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro sports a completely redesigned ‘Magic’ keyboard alongside a larger 3072×1920 display. There’s 1TB worth of SSD storage on this model. You’ll also find the usual four Thunderbolt 3 ports, 16GB worth of RAM, and a redesigned Touch Bar with physical escape and power buttons. Check out our hands-on review for additional details.

Get Apple’s Retina 4K iMac at nearly $200 off

Best Buy currently offers Apple’s latest 21-inch 4K Retina iMac 3.6GHz/8GB/1TB for $1,100. That’s nearly $200 off and the second-best price we’ve tracked in 2020. B&H is taking $100 off currently and most other retailers are charging the full $1,299 price.

Apple includes a 21.5-inch Retina 4K display here built around a 3.6GHz Intel i5 processor, 8GB worth of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive. You’ll get two Thunderbolt 3 ports, USB-A connectivity, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi as well. It’s a great machine for budding content creators, web browsing, and light photo editing.

Arlo Baby Monitor offers HomeKit control for $100

Amazon offers the Arlo Baby HomeKit-enabled Camera and Monitor for $100. As a comparison, it typically goes for upwards of $130 or more with today’s deal matching our previous mention as well as the Amazon all-time low. It originally sold for $200. This baby monitor delivers HomeKit compatibility, full 1080p feeds, two-way wireless communication and more. There’s also the ability to play kid-friendly nursery rhymes as well directly through the receiver.

Philips Hue offers rare 20% discounts

Philips Hue is currently offering a mix and match promotion, taking up to 20% off a selection of its smart light bulbs and more. This is a rare chance to score some of the very first discounts on the new Philips Hue A19 filament bulbs, which typically sell for $25. Picking up six will drop the price to $120. That saves you $30 and matches the all-time low we’ve seen per bulb. These dimmable lights let you bring the Edison-style aesthetic to your smart home. Paired with the Hue bridge, you’ll enjoy HomeKit, Alexa, and Assistant control.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way!

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