Halfway through the week, all of today’s best deals kick off with iPad Air 4 clearance at $99 off. That’s alongside a midweek Anker iPhone accessory sale from $11 and an exclusive discount on the Snapback Slim Air leather AirTag wallet. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

iPad Air 4 clearance sale at Amazon takes $99 off

Following pre-orders going live for Apple’s new iPad Air 5 last week and today’s batch of first reviews, Amazon isn’t wasting any time beginning to clear out previous-generation models. Right now you can score the 10.9-inch iPad Air 4 Wi-Fi 64GB for $500. Normally fetching $599, today’s offer marks the lowest price in two months at $99 off while delivering the second-best price to date at a match of the 2022 low. Other models are also available with similar savings attached. 

While it’s not the new M1-powered model, Apple’s previous-generation iPad Air 4 still packs much of the same form-factor and feature set as its newer counterpart. There’s still a 10.9-inch edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display with support for Apple Pencil and Magic Keyboard, just with the A14 Bionic chip powering the experience. You’ll enjoy a 10-hour battery life much the same, and Touch ID sits in the power button to round out the package. Get a closer look in our hands-on review.

Anker launches midweek iPhone accessory sale

Anker is launching a new midweek sale today with a collection of discounted smartphone accessories and more up for grabs via its official Amazon storefront. Leading the way this time around is the Anker Nano Pro 20W USB-C Charger at $17. Down from $20, this is the first time since January that we’ve seen all of the colors on sale and a match of the all-time low.

Given that Apple’s new iPhone SE 3 doesn’t come with a wall adapter in the box, Anker’s latest and most compact charger yet seems like the ideal solution. The Nano Pro comes in one of five colors to complement your setup and sports 20W power output over the single USB-C PD port. Our hands-on review offers a better idea of what to expect. 

Snapback Slim Air leather AirTag wallet sees exclusive discount

Snapback’s Slim Air has quickly become one of our favorite AirTag wallets here at 9to5, and now the folks behind the popular accessory are now offering our readers an exclusive discount. Right now, the Snapback Slim Air is down to $50 direct from the brand’s storefront. You would normally pay $55, with today’s offer marking the very first discount we’ve tracked this year and a match of the all-time low. For comparison, we last saw this one marked down right before Christmas.

Comprised of leather, the Snapback Slim Air wallet arrives with room to hold six different credit cards or IDs, alongside cash and more. While it rocks a streamlined design that many will appreciate for combatting Costanza Wallet, the real perk here is the built-in AirTag slot. This brings Apple’s UWB precision finding into the mix for some added peace of mind on top of the stylish build. While you’ll find a breakdown of what to expect right here, there’s some extra insight available in our hands-on review.

Level Lock fits HomeKit into an invisible smart lock design

Amazon is now offering the Level Lock Smart Lock for $196 in Satin Chrome. Down from $249, today’s offer is a new all-time low at $53 off and beats our previous mention by $16, as well.

Level Lock packs one of the more versatile arrays of features for a HomeKit-compatible solution while ditching all of the usual unsightly bulk that many alternatives carry. Packed into the design of a typical deadbolt, you’re looking at Siri support on top of use with the companion app over Bluetooth and NFC-based keycard support. Those who still fancy old school keys in your household are also in luck with Level Lock, too. You can learn more about the experience in our review of the Touch model, too.

Bring HomeKit outside with this dual output outdoor smart plug

Milesi Home (97% positive lifetime rating) via Amazon is offering the meross Outdoor Smart Plug 2-outlet for $18. Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Alexa, Assistant, and SmartThings, you’ll be able to control each outlet individually.

With this individual control, you’ll find that this smart plug would be perfect for holiday lights or outdoor lighting in general. You can get more control over the plug with the meross app. You will also be able to update the firmware of the device with the app. It should be noted that the maximum current supported is 15 amps.

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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