Today

Apple’s fall event is now behind us, and most of the other biggest phone launches have happened at this point. Amidst new iPhones, MacBooks, iPads, and Apple Watches (not to mention non-Apple devices!), what are you to do with all your old gear? Recycle it of course! And while you’re at it, why not get some cash for those devices? This month’s trade in values below…

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Latest AirPods on sale from $130, plus a new low on Apple Watch Series 4 GPS and more

Today’s best deals are headlined by the latest AirPods on sale starting at $130, plus score a new all-amazon low on Apple Watch Series 4 GPS at $99 and bring home the 11-inch iPad Pro while pocketing $149 in savings. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Yesterday

In this week’s top stories: iOS 13.1.3 brings more bug fixes, new iPhone SE 2 details, Beats releases the Solo Pro headphones, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news. expand full story

October 18

Thanks to our sponsor Chargeasap, we’re giving 9to5Mac readers the chance to win Apple’s latest MacBook Pro over the coming weeks.

You can also get up to 60% off the company’s brand new Infinity Cable– the first magnetic cable with interchangeable connectors that supports 100W Power Delivery!

Get Infinity Cable w/ Lightning, USB-C, and micro-USB connectors up to 60% off

Head below to enter:

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Yesterday

Dark Mode is one of the tentpole features of iOS 13 this year, and is rolling out quickly to third-party apps and websites. A new test from PhoneBuff this weekend aims to discover just how much better Dark Mode is for battery life than Light Mode.

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October 19

If you have become an Apple fan in the past decade or so, you are used to yearly operating system updates for free. If you have been a Mac user longer than that, you remember actually paying for OS updates every 18 months or so. I know Halloween is coming up, so I’ll inform you of something even scarier: we had to wait in a line to buy a new version of OS X on a CD. While we’ve gotten used to free OS updates as consumers, it has been a big help to Apple in the enterprise. This week, I want to explain why frequent and free OS updates are a big help for Apple’s growth in the enterprise. expand full story

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