Amazon Deals: Save on Aukey's MFi-Certified Lightning Cables, Twelve South's PowerPic Frame, and More

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  1. MacRumors macrumors bot


    Apr 12, 2001

    There are a few notable deals happening on Amazon this week, including promo codes from Aukey, a lowest-ever discount on Twelve South's new PowerPic frame, a combo deal on Mophie Qi chargers, and more.

    Starting with Aukey, the accessory maker has discount codes to offer shoppers on smart plugs, MFi-certified Lightning cables, and Bluetooth speakers. Each sale listed below requires a promo code so be sure to enter them during the checkout process on Amazon to see the discount. If you're interested, place your order before January 15, when the codes will expire.

    Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Amazon. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.
    [*]Wi-Fi Mini Dual Smart Plug - $18.99 with code AUKEY3AP, down from $24.99
    [*]Latitude Wireless Headphones - $17.99 with code JRNS4LAM, down from $29.99
    [*]90-Degree Design Lightning Cable 3.3ft (2 Pack) [Apple MFi Certified] - $11.24 with code AUKEY90L, down from $14.99
    [*]Compatible iPhone Cable 6.6ft - $7.19 with code AUKEY91L, down from $8.99
    [*]16W Bluetooth Stereo Speaker with Enhanced Bass - $27.29 with code AUKEY92L, down from $38.99
    [*]Eclipse Bluetooth Speaker 20W with Enhanced Bass and Dual Subwoofers - $38.68 with code AUKEY93L, down from $52.99
    [*]Outdoor Speakers with 30-Hour Playtime and Enhanced Bass & Treble - $22.00 with code 29GSXOAW, down from $49.99 Twelve South often discounts its products on Amazon, and this week shoppers can get the company's latest product -- the PowerPic Frame -- for just $53.00, down from $89.99. This is the first major sale on the PowerPic and definitely worth checking out if you've been interested in the accessory.


    The PowerPic is an iPhone-compatible wireless charger that doubles as a traditional picture frame when it's not being used to charge a smartphone. You can read more about the accessory in our full review right here. In the Amazon sale, both White and Black colors are available.


    Mophie has its own Qi chargers for sale on Amazon as well, including a 2-pack of its Wireless Charge Pad for $53.99, down from $96.16. Mophie's accessory launched around the time that wireless charging debuted on the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X in 2017, and it offers up to 7.5W fast charging on a rubberized base.


    In other sales, you can get a clear case for your iPhone XR, priced at just $1.99 with promo code JB6KN5VH, down from $6.99. Made from a third-party reseller on Amazon, the clear case is sitting at a 4.5 star rating from around 850 users, so it could be a decent and ultra-cheap alternative to Apple's $40 accessory. Lastly, Dodocool also has its 7-in-1 USB-C Hub for $23.79 with code HKAUWT5M, down from $33.99.

    Head to our full Deals Roundup to check out even more of the latest sales and bargains happening this week.

    Article Link: Amazon Deals: Save on Aukey's MFi-Certified Lightning Cables, Twelve South's PowerPic Frame, and More
  2. H3LL5P4WN macrumors 68000


    Jun 19, 2010
    Pittsburgh PA
    Of course, when then finally make a phone case out of human leather, it's for the phone I don't have.
  3. caryhartline macrumors newbie


    Sep 27, 2013
    $53 is a way more reasonable price than $89.99. The fact that it has been discounted almost 50% not long after the release says that the price was set way too high in the first place.
  4. BaracksPhallusPalace macrumors member


    Apr 3, 2017
    That smart plug doesn't have HomeKit support. Why would you advertise a product on an Apple-oriented website that only supports Alexa and Google Home?
  5. B4U macrumors 68000


    Oct 11, 2012
    Undisclosed location
    Both the 16W Bluetooth Stereo speaker and the outdoor speaker look very attractive at those prices.
    Tough to choose only one.
  6. Klae17 macrumors 65816


    Jul 15, 2011
    Because I, as an Apple user, don't care about HomeKit. I use Alexa because there are more accessories and it is more affordable to do my entire house and office. I care about the price, and thank you MacRumors for sharing content that is beneficial to a lot of people.
  7. erinsarah macrumors 6502

    Mar 17, 2011
    It rubs the lotion on the case or else it gets the lightning cable again.
  8. H3LL5P4WN macrumors 68000


    Jun 19, 2010
    Pittsburgh PA
    Would you charge me? I'd charge me.

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