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Best Apple Deals: MacBooks, AirPods, iPads, iMacs, AirTags and more

Pretty much all Apple products are some of the best-in-class for their respective type of tech. However, you do pay for the privilege with many devices like iPads or MacBooks costing a little more than non-Apple variants. That’s why it’s so useful to find great Apple deals like the ones below. We’ve picked out some of the best ways to save substantially on highly sought after Apple products from accessories to AirPods and more. Take a look below at some of our favorite Apple deals right now.

AirTags (4-pack) — $89, was $99

Person holding an Apple AirTag.

If you worry about misplacing items, you need Apple AirTags. With a simple one-tap setup, your iPhone or iPad is instantly connected to an AirTag so that you can always use find items via the Find My app. That could be your car keys, your bag, or anything else that you can fit or slip an AirTag into. If you misplace something, you can simply put the AirTag into Lost Mode to be notified when it’s detected in the Find My network helping you pin it down. You can also play a sound through the built-in speaker if you know it’s nearby but you’re not sure if it’s worth moving the couch to find it.

Magic Keyboard — $115, was $129

Apple Magic keyboard on white background.

If you want a keyboard that looks as stylish as your other Apple equipment, you need the Apple Magic Keyboard. It’s great quality too with keycaps that feel good under your fingertips. It can last for weeks between charges with a Lightning to USB cable proving a convenient way to charge up. You also gain an extended layout so there’s a numeric keypad for easy data entry along with full-size arrow keys. There’s no Touch ID support but other than that, it’s a good option. You’ll love how sleek looking it is yet satisfying to type on.

Magic TrackPad — $115, was $129

Apple Magic Trackpad

If you prefer using a trackpad over a mouse, you’ll love the Apple Magic Trackpad. It has sensors underneath the surface that detect subtle differences in the amount of pressure you apply, so you can be more exact with how you work. There’s a large edge-to-edge glass surface area so you can effectively swipe and scroll without being restricted. It also has a long-lasting battery life that lasts for weeks so it’s convenient too.

2021 Apple TV 4K — $135, was $199

The Apple TV 4K is a great streaming device for anyone that wants to get the best from Apple TV content. While many TVs have iTunes and Apple TV support now, the Apple TV 4K remains the only way to see the extras that come with any of your purchases. The box also offers Dolby Atmos support and voice controls via the Siri remote. For owners of two pairs of AirPods, you can also enjoy private listening, while AirPlay support makes it simple to share content from other Apple devices.

AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) — $225, were $249

Apple AirPods Pro 2 inside their charging case.
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One of the best AirPods deals is on the Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation). Offering impressive sound quality, the real advantage here is how effectively they block out background noise. With two times the Active Noise Cancellation of the previous generation, you’ll be amazed at how much you can focus on your music or podcast listening. With personalized spatial audio, you enjoy music tuned just for you, with dynamic head tracking further enhancing how great everything sounds. With up to six hours of listening time with up to 30 hours of total listening time via the case, these are incredibly useful earphones to have by your side.

Apple Watch Series 8 — $359, was $429

Close-up of a person taking a call on their Apple Watch Series 8.

Consistently one of the best Apple Watch deals for most people, the Apple Watch Series 8 is a fantastic smartwatch. It’s great for encouraging healthier habits through Apple’s Activity Rings system which motivates you to exercise regularly as well as simply move more. It also tracks all your workouts like runs, walks, swims, and even more unlikely exercises such as Tai Chi and dancing. Outside of exercise, you also gain crash detection and fall detection in case of emergencies. An ECG function allows you to check your heart rate at any time while you also receive notifications in case of an irregular heart rhythm or unusually high or low heart rate.

AirPods Max — $480, was $549

A man wears Apple AirPods Max.
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The Apple AirPods Pro Max are powerful headphones that are perfect for your home cinema setup or losing yourself on your daily commute. With an Apple-designed dynamic driver, you gain high-fidelity audio at all times with spatial audio with dynamic head tracking. Theater-like sound is achievable here with an effortless setup by you. There’s also highly effective active noise cancellation which blocks outside noise, so you can immerse yourself in the experience. A comfy build thanks to a knit-mesh canopy and memory foam ear cushions make these great for wearing for extended periods.

iPad Air (5th Gen) — $679, was $749

LumaFusion app used on the iPad Air 5.
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Combine one of the best iPad deals with one of the best iPads and you can’t go wrong. The Apple iPad Air (5th generation) is that device. It has a powerful M1 chip that you often see on MacBooks ensuring speedy performance. There’s also its gorgeous 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with True Tone support along with P3 wide color and ultralow reflectivity. A 12MP Ultra Wide front camera is great for taking video calls thanks to its Center Stage support, while there’s a 12MP Wide back camera with a True Tone flash.

Apple Watch Series 7 — $691, was $749

Apple Watch Series 7 on wrist.
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Older tech it may be, but the Apple Watch Series 7 here has the advantage of being a cellular model. Pair it up with a relevant cellular network and you don’t need to depend on having your phone with you at all times. As with the Series 8, you get a blood oxygen sensor along with an ECG app for monitoring key parts of your body. It’s also highly durable so it can keep up with all your workouts from running, hiking, to swimming. Crack and dust resistant, it’s built to last. The added advantage here is it has cellular connectivity so you can call someone or send a text without needing your iPhone to be with you at the time.

2020 MacBook Air — $750, was $999

Watching Apple TV+ Foundation series on a 2020 MacBook Air at a standing desk.

One of the better MacBook deals we often see, the Apple MacBook Air M1 may not have the latest M2 chip but it remains very fast for most purposes. With an 8-core CPU, it’s great for all your key tasks and more. It also has a delightful 13.3-inch Retina display ensuring text is sharp and clear, while colors are more vibrant too. A fanless design means it’s silent to use while you gain all-day battery life with up to 18 hours to keep you entertained. It’s the ideal laptop for students but also pretty much everyone thanks to how lightweight yet powerful it is. It’s one of the best laptop deals around at the moment.

27-inch iMac — $1,350, was $1,999

Google Photos slideshow on an iMac.

The last of the Intel bunch of iMacs, the Apple iMac 27-inch with Retina 5K display is still worth strongly considering even if it doesn’t have the advantage of Apple silicon. It has a 6-core 3.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor along with 8GB of memory and 512GB of SSD storage. It also has a dedicated AMD Radeon Pro 5300 4GB graphics card to ensure a little light gaming is possible. While in an ideal world, you want to go with the newer iMac, if you really need to keep an eye on the pennies, you’ll appreciate this one. Its 27-inch 5K display with 5120 x 2880 remains a sight to behold.

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