All of today’s best deals are headlined by a pre-Apple event iPad Pro sale at up to $120 off. That’s alongside the first discount on the new Apple Watch Black Unity Sport Band at $39 and up to $499 off previous-generation MacBooks. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Apple’s latest iPad Pro now up to $120 off ahead of today’s event
Ahead of the Apple Spring Loaded event this afternoon, Amazon is currently discounting Apple’s latest 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models by up to $120, with prices starting at $730. Across the board, these are some of the lowest prices we’ve seen to date, beating our previous mentions by around $20, and marking the best discounts of the year in most cases.
Apple’s latest iPad Pros deliver a familiar edge-to-edge display with up to 12.9 inches of screen real estate on top of Face ID, USB-C connectivity, and 10-hour battery life. You’ll also enjoy more recent additions like 12 and 10MP rear lenses backed by a LiDAR scanner as well as Wi-Fi 6 support and more. Even with new models about to be announced this afternoon, these discounts are ideal for those who don’t need Apple’s latest and greatest and want to cash in on the savings. Get a closer look in our hands-on review.
Apple Watch Black Unity Sport Band sees very first discount to $39
Amazon is currently offering the Apple Watch Black Unity Sport Band for $39. Down from its usual $49 going rate, today’s offer is the very first price cut we’ve seen on the recent release and marking a new all-time low.
Debuting back in February in honor of Black History Month, this Black Unity edition of Apple Watch band pays homage to the Pan-African flag with a unique color scheme. Alongside all of the usual Apple Watch Sport Band features, this one has a custom pin that says “Truth • Power • Solidarity” and features a compression molded design. There’s also a matching Watch face to really tie the look together. Get a closer look in our hands-on review.
Woot takes up to $499 off prev-gen. MacBooks, more
Woot is now discounting a selection of MacBooks and Mac minis from $580 for today only. Throughout the sale, you’ll find a selection of Intel machines from Apple paired with sizable discounts for anyone who doesn’t need the latest and greatest. And with as much as $499 in savings, these are some of the best prices of the year on the previous-generation Mac offerings. Shop all of the markdowns right here.
Twelve South’s iPhone 12/Pro leather BookBook Wallet Case now $56
Amazon currently offers the Twelve South BookBook Case for iPhone 12 at $56. Down from its usual $70 going rate, you’re looking at nearly 20% in savings with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $1.50 and marking a new all-time low.
Twelve South’s BookBook Case covers your iPhone 12 or 12 Pro in full-grain leather with an overall appearance that turns your handset into a vintage book. The folio design not only protects your iPhone’s screen when not in use, but can also hold four IDs or cards and has a unique feature that lets it magnetically attach to the back of the included case.
Logitech’s Rugged Folio Keyboard for latest 10.2-inch iPad at $130
Amazon is currently offering the Logitech Rugged Folio Keyboard Case for latest 10.2-inch iPad at $130. Normally fetching $150, today’s offer marks the first notable price cut of the year, comes within $1 of the all-time low, and is the best since December.
Whether you or your kids will benefit from the sturdy design on Logitech’s Rugged Folio, this case is a great option for adding extra protection into the iPadOS experience. It features an integrated keyboard that pairs over the Smart Connector alongside a spill-proof design, added drop-resistance, and a folio to protect the screen.
Best trade-in deals
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