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Cyber Week has taken the place of Black Friday, and you'll find some of the same deals still around for the next few days, although many from Black Friday have now expired. This includes dozens of record low prices on Apple products like AirPods, iPad, Apple Watch, MacBook, iPhone, and more.

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Specifically, in this article we're sharing all of the Apple products that currently have all-time low prices, or discounts that are at least very close to their record-low prices. Beyond Apple, we're also taking a look at notable accessories for Apple products as well as some of the season's best gifts, including LEGO sets. Every deal shared below is available to purchase right now.

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HomePod

HomePod (2nd Gen)

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B&H Photo has been the only retailer with a consistent discount on Apple's second generation HomePod. Right now, you can get it in both colors for $279.99, down from $299.00. While not a huge markdown, this continues to be the best price we've ever tracked.

AirPods

AirPods 2

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We originally tracked the AirPods 2 for $69.00 at Amazon in early November, but that sale quickly expired. For now, you can get the AirPods 2 for $89.99, down from $129.00. This version of the AirPods is perfect for anyone on your holiday shopping list who may be asking for a simple and reliable pair of wireless earbuds, particularly at this insanely low price tag.



AirPods 3

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Amazon has the AirPods 3 with Lightning Charging Case for $139.99, down from $169.00. These are upgraded in a few ways from the AirPods 2, with spatial audio, Adaptive EQ, force sensor controls, sweat and water resistance, and more.



AirPods Pro 2

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Moving to the Pro lineup, Amazon has the AirPods Pro 2 (USB-C) at their all-time low price of $189.99.

Update: This deal has expired.



AirPods Max

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Lastly, the high-end AirPods Max are available for $449.99 on Amazon, down from $549.00. Discounts on the AirPods Max have been rare over the past few months, so this one is a second-best price on the over-ear headphones.

Update: This deal has expired.
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sjsharksfan12

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Zero AppleTV deals over Black Friday/Cyber Monday so far. It’s the only Apple device I’m in the market for right now. :-/

Is it worth upgrading the remote for USB-C capabilities if you are still on lightning? I'm surprised there are no deals about that, but of all the apple products I have (And I just bought the Airpod Pro 2 the other day), it's the Apple TV Remote that is still lightning. I wish there was another way to charge it so I can start getting rid of some of these cables.
 

Fuzzball84

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Is it worth upgrading the remote for USB-C capabilities if you are still on lightning? I'm surprised there are no deals about that, but of all the apple products I have (And I just bought the Airpod Pro 2 the other day), it's the Apple TV Remote that is still lightning. I wish there was another way to charge it so I can start getting rid of some of these cables.
What???... first world problem 100 % 😂🧐🤨

There is nothing wrong with it, if you still have lightning cables Im sure they will last until the lightning Apple TV remote actually dies or is lost etc

Please don't landfill things, just for the sake of it.
 
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sjsharksfan12

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What???... first world problem 100 % 😂🧐🤨

There is nothing wrong with it, if you still have lightning cables Im sure they will last until the lightning Apple TV remote actually dies or is lost etc

Please don't landfill things, just for the sake of it.

First off, yeah it's not a big deal. Second, I was just asking a question. I actually wish I can recycle some of the cables I no longer need, then it's not a landfill issue. I am trying to recycle more.
 
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Fuzzball84

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First off, yeah it's not a big deal. Second, I was just asking a question. I actually wish I can recycle some of the cables I no longer need, then it's not a landfill issue. I am trying to recycle more.
Yeah man, thats cool. But there is zero difference between the USB C and lightning versions, in terms of the remotes themselves except for the port connector. Im sure it will do you fine until it comes to the time you need to upgrade your entire Apple TV setup. Im half on lightning and half on USB C... it doesnt bother me. I'll slowly and gradually transfer over over the course of my normal buying, as things wear out or become massively obsolete.

and when it does come to recycling... Apple can take old worn out devices for free.. I trust them more with regards to recycling than other dodgy ass companies trying to squeeze money out of it.
 

adampk17

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Is it worth upgrading the remote for USB-C capabilities if you are still on lightning? I'm surprised there are no deals about that, but of all the apple products I have (And I just bought the Airpod Pro 2 the other day), it's the Apple TV Remote that is still lightning. I wish there was another way to charge it so I can start getting rid of some of these cables.
Maybe buy a USB-C to lightning adapter so you can change out your cables. Just a thought.
 

k1121j

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Is it worth upgrading the remote for USB-C capabilities if you are still on lightning? I'm surprised there are no deals about that, but of all the apple products I have (And I just bought the Airpod Pro 2 the other day), it's the Apple TV Remote that is still lightning. I wish there was another way to charge it so I can start getting rid of some of these cables.
You upgraded the remote just for usb C? What did that solve for you? Just wondering I have the exact same remote with lightning.
 

webkit

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Zero AppleTV deals over Black Friday/Cyber Monday so far. It’s the only Apple device I’m in the market for right now. :-/

Apple TV 4K is in a sense already a "deal." When they introduced the fourth generation last year, the new retail prices were $50 lower (with even twice the storage) than the third generation's had been.
 
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I7guy

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Is it worth upgrading the remote for USB-C capabilities if you are still on lightning? I'm surprised there are no deals about that, but of all the apple products I have (And I just bought the Airpod Pro 2 the other day), it's the Apple TV Remote that is still lightning. I wish there was another way to charge it so I can start getting rid of some of these cables.
Some of these cables? For the most austere scenario all that is needed is one usb to lightning cable.
 
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For the whole 'upgrade the device to keep everything USB-C' crowd... Have a search for

Anker Powerline II 3-in-1 Cable, Lightning/Type C/Micro USB Cable for iPhone, iPad, Huawei, HTC, LG, Samsung Galaxy, Sony Xperia, Android Smartphones, iPad Pro 2018 and More(3ft, Black)​


Probably an alright alternative until eventually replacing any lightning device.
 

wanha

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Can't wait for this shopping spree to pass so we can get to some unsubstantiated rumors that people believe hook line and sinker, because that's what I'm here for
 
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