Kicking off a new work week, all of today’s best deals are now going live. The most notable from the Apple front today has nearly every 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro model at $200 off, and joins one of the best prices of the year on Apple’s official MagSafe charger at $29. Not to mention, the latest iPad Air 5 starting at $519 all-time lows. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Save $200 on nearly every 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro
Apple is expected to reveal the new M2 iPad Pros any day now, and before hand Amazon is offering a rare chance to score one of the best prices to date on the existing M1-powered iPadOS experiences. Starting at $999, the 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro Wi-Fi 256GB is now sitting at the second-best price to date with $200 in savings attached. There’s also the very same $200 in savings applied to a wider collection of storage capacities and connectivity offerings in order to deliver near all-time low discounts.
Even with the news of a new 2022 model coming sometime soon, Apple’s latest iPad Pro for the time being provides the most compelling experience yet from iPadOS with a long list of notable features headlined by a Liquid Retina XDR display with 1,600 nits of peak brightness and ProMotion 120Hz refresh rate. That’s of course alongside an M1 chip to power the experience which is backed by Thunderbolt connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, Apple Pencil support, and Face ID. So if Apple’s newer and less-capable iPadOS device won’t cut it, today’s price cuts make it a little more affordable to step up to the pro side of the lineup. Dive into our hands-on review.
Apple’s official MagSafe charger drops to one of the best prices of the year
Through the end of today, Woot is now offering Apple’s official MagSafe Charger for $29. Normally fetching $39, today’s offer is delivering one of the best prices of the year at $10 off. It’s $1 under our previous mention, and offering the lowest we’ve seen since way earlier in the spring.
Whether you just had an iPhone 14 series handset hit your front porch over the last few weeks or want to bring some MagSafe charging tech to an existing 12 or 13 series handset, Apple’s official charger is quite the notable buy on sale. It provides 15W charging speeds and will magnetically snap right onto the back of your device, delivering all of the perks of a cable with the convenience of not having to plug anything in.
All-time lows return on Apple’s latest iPad Air 5 starting at $519
And if the higher-end iPad Pro markdowns aren’t catching your eye, we’re now tracking new all-time lows on Apple’s latest iPad Air 5 just for Prime members. Starting at $519 shipped for the 64GB Wi-Fi model, this is marking the best price to date from its usual $599 going rate. The $80 in savings are well below our previous $40 mentions, as well. The all-time lows also carry over to the elevated 256GB capacity which is also sitting at $80 off with a discount to $669.
Bringing Apple’s Neural Engine-backed M1 chip to a more affordable form-factor, the new iPad Air 5 arrives with the same desktop-class performance as its other machines. Its 12MP Ultra Wide front camera packs Center Stage support, and the 10.9-inch display rocks True Tone, P3 wide color support, and an antireflective coating. Staples from last time like Touch ID in the power button and Apple Pencil integration are onboard, as well. Learn more about iPad Air 5 in our coverage.
Best trade-in deals
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