We even have a Black Friday UK offers information. In something of a wild and admittedly intriguing rumor, Digitimes is reporting that Apple is considering bundling its popular AirPods with the iPhone 12 next year. It's unclear why Amazon chose Saturday of Black Friday weekend to drop the price even more, but it's good for you if you've been looking to upgrade to the latest iPad. Digitimes' track record with respect to Apple rumors is somewhat spotty, so you'll definitely want to take this story with a grain of salt. Don't believe us? Check out our full review here.
As per a report by ETNews, Apple is confirmed to launch a smaller 5.4-inch iPhone, another with a 6.1-inch screen and the last with a 6.7inch display; which will be the biggest we have seen on an iPhone yet.
Guarantee you're getting the best Black Friday deal with Fonehouse. This is the latest model of the iPad Pro that Apple introduced past year that, in addition to being a powerful creative tool, could also be a laptop alternative.
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Target has the Apple Watch Series 3 starting at $169.99.
On Amazon the 256GB for just $1,099.99, down from $1,299.00. Grab one and save money on your next Apple buy.
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