- Apr 12, 2001
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off next Monday, but there's no reason to wait to make a purchase of a new iPad or Mac -- Apple isn't expected to introduce any new hardware at the event, instead focusing on software and services.
Deals this week are decent, but there aren't many discounts on iPads to be had. There are a couple iMac deals worth checking out if you've been considering a new desktop. The 21.5-inch 2.7GHz iMac is available for $1,150, and the old 27-inch non-retina 3.4GHz iMac is available for $1,794, the lowest price we've seen on that machine.
Some older MacBook Pros are also on sale this week, with deep discounts available, and Best Buy has the new 13-inch MacBook Air with 4GB RAM and a 256GB SSD available at its lowest price yet -- $1,099.99.
As always, we've also got some solid deals on Apple accessories and we've rounded up a list of apps you can get on the cheap.
iPad Air 2
B&H Photo is offering a small discount on most of its iPad Air 2 models, dropping prices by $30 to $50. With the discount, the 16GB WiFi only iPad Air 2 is priced at $459 and the 64GB model is priced at $549.99. Prices vary somewhat by model, but there are slight discounts to be had.
MacMall is also offering some discounts on iPad Air 2 models, dropping the prices by $30 to $50. With the discount, the 16GB entry-level Wi-Fi only iPad Air 2 is priced at $454, while the Wi-Fi-only 64GB iPad Air 2 is available for $553.
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