9to5Toys Last Call: iPhone Xs/Max/R Smart Battery Case $118, Philips Hue Bundle $120, Incase MacBook Backpack $25, more

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Last Call Updates:

Apple Watch Series 3 GPS + Cell sees deals from $279: Nike, Sport Loop, more (tax select states)

Apple’s new Smart Battery Case for iPhone Xs/Max/R gets first discount, now $118

Philips Hue HomeKit Starter Bundle w/ 3 bulbs + dimmer: $120 (Reg. $150)

Tote a 15-inch MacBook with the $25 Incase Cord Compass Backpack (Reg. $60+)

Apple’s latest iPad Pros up to $100 off at B&H (tax select states only)

Apple’s 2018 Mac Mini sees up to $150 off (tax select shoppers only)

iTunes launches huge $5 movie sale plus 4K deals, $1 rental of the week, more

A look at Luminar 3’s advanced AI tools & Library (+$10 off)

Save on Anker’s most popular charging accessories and USB-C hubs at Amazon from $10

Action RPG Animus Stand Alone for iOS now matching App Store all-time low at $2 (Reg. $4)


Does Amazon make a microwave with Alexa built-in? Yes! And it’s on sale for $42 (Reg. $60)


iRobot Terra arrives as the brand’s first robotic lawn mower

Seagate unveils officially-licensed 2TB Game Drive for PS4, launches next week with $90 price tag

The Orro smart light switch uses multiple sensors to learn your lighting patterns

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