Tuesday has a series of notable Apple deals on tap, and we’re rounding up the best of the best below the fold. Today’s highlights first shine the spotlight on Apple’s Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro, which is even more of a must-have at $240. Not to mention, the first AirPods Max price cut in months has arrived at $99 off, to join these M1 iMac discounts at up to $249 off. Hit the jump for all of the best deals and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Apple’s Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro hits $240
Woot today is launching its latest Apple accessory sale, this time around offering some discounts like this week that put Mac and iPad keyboards in the spotlight. A top pick this time around has Woot is now offering Apple’s Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch M2 iPad Pro at $240. Down from the usual $349 price tag, you’re looking at one of the best prices ever thanks to the $109 in savings. This matches our previous mention that last went live at the start of the year, and is $60 under what you’d currently pay at Amazon.
Designed for both of the latest iterations of 12.9-inch iPad Pro, including the new M2 and original M1 models, Magic Keyboard arrives with the accessory’s signature floating hinge design and Smart Connector support, as well as the dedicated USB-C charging port. The folio form-factor houses a backlit keyboard and the trackpad, which elevate the iPadOS experience in either black or white designs. Get a closer look in our hands-on review.
First discount in months lands on Apple’s AirPods Max at $99 off
Apple’s AirPods Max have been selling at full price for the past few months, leaving shoppers looking to try out Apple’s flagship listening experience high and dry for paying MSRP. Today is finally seeing a chance to save, with Amazon stepping in to offer the first discount on Apple’s AirPods Max in nearly three months. Dropping the Space Gray style down to $449.99 shipped, you’re looking at $99 in savings and a match of our previous mention from Thanksgiving week. This is the third-best discount to date and the lowest we’ve seen since back in September.
Apple’s H1 chip kicks off AirPods Max and helps enable the best-in-class active noise cancellation that pairs with Spatial Audio alongside 20-hour playback, and Hey Siri support. Not to mention, you’ll find as premium of a design as they come which is comprised of aluminum, a knit-mesh canopy, and memory foam ear cushions. Since launch back in the winter of 2020, AirPods Max have faced some fallout for the hard to swallow price tag, but today’s price cut offers a chance to score Apple’s flagship listening experience for far less than retail price. Get all of the details in our hands-on review.
Apple M1 iMac up to $249 off at new lows
Woot today is kicking off its latest Apple sale, this time around with a collection of Apple’s recent M1 Macs up for grabs in open-box condition. Free shipping is available for Prime members, with a $6 delivery fee otherwise. Headlining all of the markdowns, the best prices yet have arrived on Apple’s latest 24-inch M1 iMac, all of which start at $1,100 for the entry-level 7-core GPU model. That’s down from the original $1,299 price tag, while delivering a new all-time low at $199 off. This is well below our previous mention of $1,200, as well. You’ll also find higher-end configurations on sale, delivering $249 in savings.
Apple’s latest 24-inch iMac arrives with an integrated M1 processor with its sleek design including a 4K Retina display with True Tone, as well as a 1080p FaceTime camera. Other notable features include 256GB or more of onboard storage, at least 8GB of RAM, and six speakers capable of supporting Spatial Audio. You’re also looking at the improved 8-core processor and a pair of Thunderbolt ports supplemented by two USB-C slots, as well as Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and Ethernet in the power brick. Get a closer look in our launch coverage.
Anker’s new Nano 3 30W GaN Charger hits best price yet at $19
Last fall, Anker refreshed its charging lineup with a new 30W power adapter. Today we’re finally seeing the first real chance to save on the new release, with the brand’s official Amazon storefront offering the Anker Nano 3 GaN charger for $19. Down from $23, you’re looking at one of the first chances to save at 15% off and a new all-time low. There have been a handful of 5% off promotions throughout the past few months, and now today we’re actually getting some more sizable savings.
Anker’s new GaN charger arrives as the Nano 3, which comes in one of five colorways. Launching right beside the iPhone 14 series last fall, the power adapter has some matching designs that can dish out 30W of power to Apple’s latest devices and plenty of other gadgets over the single USB-C port. It sports a folding plug design for easily stowing away in your everyday carry, and packs other features like Anker’s ActiveShield tech to defend against overheating while maxing out its charging capacity on MacBooks and more. We previously took a hands-on look in a Tested with 9to5Toys review, which further explores what to expect.
Another one of Anker’s new releases is getting in on the savings today, too. Coincidently revealed right alongside the Nano 3 charger, the new Anker Bio-Based Lightning Cable takes a more environmentally-friendly take to charging with a design that is made from 40% plant-based materials, including corn and sugarcane. Now you can save on the new release, with a 6-foot version of the cord selling for $18. Down from $22, you’re looking at one of the first price cuts and a new all-time low on this USB-C to Lightning cable.
Belkin’s 6-in-1 USB-C hub sports a detachable mount design at $53 low
Amazon is now offering the Belkin USB-C 6-in-1 Multiport Hub with Mount for $53. Marking one of the first chances to save overall, this is actually the very first markdown courtesy of Amazon. It lands from the usual $70 going rate to deliver $17 in savings while undercutting previous sitewide Belkin sales by an extra 4%. In any case, this is a new all-time low. Belkin’s unique Mulitport Hub arrives with a more versatile design than other models on the market.
On top of its 6-port design that delivers dual USB-A slots, Gigabit Ethernet, SD card readers, and a USB-C port all with 10Gb/s speeds, there’s also a mountable design. This lets you easily hide the hub behind the back of your streamlined setup, be it with the M1 iMac, some other monitor, or even just on the back of your MacBook. Our launch coverage takes a closer look at the detachable design, too.
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