Apple begins Black Friday 2011 sale in the United States with iOS device, Mac, and accessory discounts

With all of the items and sale prices that we revealed on Tuesday, Apple has kicked off their annual Black Friday sale in the United States, Mexico, and Canada (North America). The sale is very similar to Apple’s offerings in past years, but does give better discounts to higher capacities of the iPads and iPods. The deals on the Mac end cover the iMac, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro, while the iPod nano and iPod touch are the discounted iPod offerings. The Macs are $101 less, the iPads go from $41-$61 discounts depending on capacity (16GB, 32GB, 64GB), the iPod nano shaves off $11 for both 8GB and 16GB storage sizes, and the iPod touch follows the iPad’s lead of bigger discounts for bigger capacities, ranging from $21-$41 discounts.

Accessories such as Apple’s AirPort lineup, the Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse, Apple Wireless Keyboard, and Smart Covers are also discounted. This is all in addition to discounts on several third-party Mac and iOS device accessories like the Jawbone Up, Jawbone Jambox and mophie JuicePack Air case. While Apple’s sale pricing is decent, we have compiled all of the best discounts for Macs, iPads, iPods, and Apple in-house accessories here. In addition, we’ve compiled some of the best discounts on third-party accessories to protect and complement your new gear hereWe’ve placed the full Apple Black Friday 2011 product sales list after the break: 

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