Today’s best deals are highlighted by Apple AirPods Pro at a new all-time low of $225, plus Amazon discounts nearly every official iPhone case, and iPhone 6s is just $80 refurbished. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Apple’s AirPods Pro hit a new all-time low
Verizon Wireless offers Apple’s AirPods Pro at a new all-time low of $225 with the final price reflected at checkout. That’s down from the usual $249 and the best we’ve tracked to date.
AirPods Pro delivers a refreshed take of the popular original version, now featuring active noise cancellation, tapered silicone tips, and a water-resistant design. Apple’s H1 chip ensures you have fast connectivity and up to 24-hours of battery life. Our Jeff Benjamin agreed in his hands-on review, noting that AirPods Pro “sound amazing, they’re uber-portable, come with great battery life, and feature incredible Active Noise Cancellation.”
Official iPhone cases heavily discounted
It may be iPhone SE pre-order day, but we’re tracking a different batch of iPhone deals. Amazon is discounting nearly all of Apple’s iPhone 11/Pro/Max cases with prices from $25. Check out the entire sale here for deals on silicone, leather, and clear cases.
iPhone 6s sees 1-day discount
Today only, Woot is now offering refurbished unlocked iPhone 6s in various colors from $80. Those without a Prime membership will be charged a $6 delivery fee. As a comparison, today’s deal matches our previous mention and is down from the original $649 or more price tag. This is a great buy for kids or grandparents that don’t need the latest tech.
Apple’s iPhone 6s sports a 4.7-inch Retina display with 3D Touch, 12MP camera, Touch ID, and an A9 chip. Best of all, this handset will be able to upgrade to iOS 13. A 90-day warranty is included with purchase.
Sennheiser MOMENTUM earbuds drop to $180
Best Buy is currently offering the Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds for $180. Typically selling for $230 or so these days, here you’ll save 22% while beating our previous mention by $20. Today’s offer is the lowest we’ve seen in months and the second-best all-time. With exceptional audio clarity that Sennheiser contends is like being at the performance, you’ll be able to enjoy all of your favorite music, podcasts, and more with “category-leading sound.” A cord-free design pairs with 4-hours of playback per charge, which is amplified to 12 thanks to the canvas-coated charging case. Learn more in our announcement coverage.
NETGEAR DOCSIS 3.1 Modem is $55 off
Amazon is currently offering the NETGEAR Nighthawk DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem (CM1150V) for $195. Typically selling for $250, like you’ll still find at Best Buy, today’s offer is good for a 22% discount, and marks a new Amazon all-time low. Standout features here include up to 10Gb/s download speeds across its 32 channels and support for Comcast, Spectrum, and Cox 1Gb service plans. Though it’s a smart idea to check with your provider to confirm compatibility, just in case. If you’re looking to take advantage of Wi-Fi 6, pairing a router with this modem is a perfect way to alleviate any bottlenecks. Plus, you’d normally spend upwards of $120 per year for a rental modem from your ISP, with NETGEAR’s CM1150V paying for itself in no-time.
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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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