Apple Watch SE deals return before Christmas
Amazon offers Apple Watch SE 44mm GPS Sport for $250. That’s down from the usual $309 price tag and a new Amazon all-time low.
Apple Watch SE delivers everything you love about Apple’s wearables in a more affordable package. While you’ll miss out on the blood/oxygen sensor of the high-end Series 6 models, there’s still a big Retina OLED display, fitness tracking, and a fully swimproof design to check out here.
Apple’s Intel Mac mini drops to new all-time low at $299 discount
Amazon offers Apple’s previous-generation Mac mini 3GHz/8GB/512GB for $800. Price reflected at checkout. That’s good for $299 off the regular going rate, a new Amazon all-time low, and the largest cash discount we’ve tracked on a Mac mini all-time.
Mac mini sports an eighth-generation 6-core Intel Core i5 processor, along with speedy SSD storage and a wide range of I/O including four Thunderbolt 3 ports. You’ll also find Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI output, and USB 3.0 connectivity here.
Retina 5K iMac deals abound
B&H is currently taking up to $200 off Apple’s mid-2020 Retina 5K iMacs. Our top pick is the 3.6GHz/8GB/1TB SSD model for $2,699. As a comparison, it typically goes for $2,899 and today’s deal matches the best we’ve seen.
Apple’s latest Retina 5K iMacs feature a familiar design but with upgraded internals, along with a new 10th-generation processor and a 1080p webcam. This specific model offers a 3.6GHz processor, plus AMD Radeon Pro 5500 XT graphics, 8GB worth of RAM, and a 2TB internal solid-state drive. You can learn more about the changes in this latest refresh here alongside additional details in our hands-on review.
Best trade-in deals
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