We’re now halfway through the workweek, and all of the best deals are up for the taking, headlined by $300 in savings on iPhone 12 mini. That’s alongside the first discount on Apple’s new AirTag Leather Loop at $35 and these Spigen MagSafe Car Mounts from $22. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
iPhone 12 mini now $300 off
Various retailers are now offering the Apple iPhone 12 mini 64GB on both unlocked carrier plans and pre-paid offerings. Starting at $430, these are the best prices to date alongside a rare chance to save $300 on one of the latest handsets ahead of Apple’s keynote later this month.
Delivering the most compact of Apple’s latest smartphone lineup, iPhone 12 mini arrives with much of the same nostalgic, squared-off form-factor as you’ll find on the other handsets, just with a 5.4-inch Super Retina XDR display. Available in several colors, each one is protected with a Ceramic Shield glass that rounds out the package alongside an A14 Bionic chip, Face ID, and 2-sensor camera array. Get a closer look in our hands-on review, and then head below for more.
Apple’s new AirTag Leather Loop sees first discount
Amazon is now offering the new Apple AirTag Leather Loop in several styles, starting at $35. Marking the very first price cut to date since releasing earlier this spring, today’s offer is down from the usual $39 price tag to mark a new all-time low.
Delivering a stylish way to affix one of Apple’s new item finders to a backpack, keys, and more, its recent AirTag Leather Loop enters as one of the brand’s more premium offerings. Comprised of specially tanned European leather, the case holds AirTags in place with a looping form factor that can clip to a variety of accessories. Get a closer look in our launch coverage.
Save on Spigen MagSafe car mounts from $22
Spigen’s official Amazon storefront is now discounting its lineup of MagSafe car mounts headlined by the OneTap Pro Air Vent Wireless Charger at $27. Usually fetching $38, you’re looking at only the third notable discount, with today’s offer matching our previous mention for the all-time low. The dashboard version is also on sale for $32.
Spigen’s OneTap Pro car mount arrives to let you take advantage of MagSafe in the car, complete with 7.5W charging speeds. Available in either an air vent or dashboard design, both feature adjustable designs that help ensure you can keep a better eye on navigation directions and the like while on the road.
Twelve South sitewide sale live with new lows on MagSafe gear
With Labor Day around the corner, Twelve South is now getting in on the savings by launching a sitewide sale on its collection of popular Apple accessories. Ranging from all-new debuts to some of its fan-favorite products, you’ll find 12% off the entire lot. We hardly see sitewide sales from the brand, so today’s offer is about as good as it gets across the board. Our top pick is the new Forté MagSafe Charging Stand at $34. Typically fetching $50, you’re looking at one of the first notable discounts since launching earlier this summer and a new all-time low. Get a closer look in our hands-on review.
Save 20% on Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse for Mac at $80
Staples is now discounting a selection of Logitech MX Mac and PC peripherals headlined by the MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless Mouse for Mac at $80. Saving you 20% from the usual $100 price tag, today’s offer is $10 under our previous mention and marking a new all-time low in the process. Designed with Macs in mind, this version of Logitech’s MX Master 3 Advanced mouse pairs with your machine over Bluetooth in order to deliver 70-hour battery life. Alongside USB-C charging, it lives up to the popularity of the MX Master lineup with “ultrafast” MagSpeed scrolling, app-specific customizations, Flow cross-computer control, and much more. Dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
Best trade-in deals
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