Tuesday deals: Amazon’s Mac accessory Gold Box, official iPhone cases from $26, Pixelmator Pro $20, more

Today’s best deals include a new Amazon Gold Box filled with Mac accessories, plus nearly all of Apple official iPhone cases are on sale from $26. You’ll also find a new all-time low on Pixelmator Pro at the Mac App Store. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Amazon’s Gold Box features storage and more

Today only, as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon offers up to 30% off Mac and PC accessories, storage, and more. There’s plenty of notable deals today, headlined by SanDisk’s 256GB Extreme microSDXC card for $40. As a comparison, it typically goes for $55. Today’s deal is a new Amazon all-time low. With transfer speeds up to 160MB/s, this microSD card is ideal for high-resolution content like 4K video and more. It’s also rated for various physical conditions, with a temperature, water, shock, and x-rayproof design. Shop the rest of today’s Gold Box deals right here.

Nearly all of Apple’s official iPhone cases are on sale at Amazon

Amazon is discounting a number of official Apple iPhone cases today for both current and previous-generation models. Deals start at $26 with free shipping available for all. This is a rare chance to save big on Apple’s in-house silicone, leather, and smart battery cases. You’d typically pay upwards of $50 for most of these cases, which you can find on this landing page.

The amazing Pixelmator Pro image app hits all-time low on Mac

Pixelmator Pro, one of our favorite image manipulation apps, is on sale today. And this isn’t just some minor price drop, we are talking about a straight 50% markdown which is the lowest price we have ever tracked on the App Store. Regularly $40, you can now download Pixelmator Pro for just $20. Designed specifically for macOS, it integrates seamlessly with Catalina and makes use of all the latest features. It comes with a suite of “professional-grade, nondestructive image editing tools” to allow users to “apply stunning effects, design beautiful text, and edit images in just about any way you can imagine.” The laundry list of features, filters, and possibilities is extremely extensive. 

Twelve South HiRise Pro lavishly elevates an iMac

Amazon is offering the Twelve South HiRise Pro for iMac for $126. That’s $44 off the typical rate there and is within $6 of the lowest Amazon offer we have tracked. This stand is bound to make an iMac pop with its luxurious look and feel. The front plate is reversible, allowing you to alternate between a walnut or aluminum appearance. An internal shelf allows you stow cables, SD cards, and more to ensure your desk is always looking its best. It raises an iMac or secondary display by 3.66-inches, helping improve posture by bringing it up to eye-level. Have a look at our announcement coverage for further details.

Save up to 25% on Philips Hue lighting and more

Target is currently taking 20% off or more of a selection Philips Hue lighting products starting at $20. While you’ll find everything from single bulbs to starter kits and more, one standout from the sale is a rare discount on the Hue Motion Sensor at $32. Down from $40, today’s offer is the best we’ve seen in 2019. Expanding your Hue setup with the motion sensor allows you to automatically turn lights on when someone enters a room. I’ve been using them as an alternative to wall switches and love how they integrate with HomeKit to control other devices.

9to5Mac Deal of the Month

Get up to 60% off the brand new Infinity Cable by Chargeasap – the first magnetic cable with interchangeable connectors that supports 100W Power Delivery! The new Infinity Cable is a 6.5-ft. nylon cable with interchangeable magnetic connectors for USB-C, Lightning, and micro-USB. Not only does that mean you can use a single cable with all of your devices (including iPhone, iPad and Macbook Pro), it also brings back Apple’s MagSafe-like functionality that allows the cable to safely disconnect if someone trips or something gets snagged on it. Starting at just $25 per set of two as a preorder special on Kickstarter. As a comparison, you’ll pay $55 for a single cable after launch.

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Trevor Daugherty is the Senior Editor of 9to5Toys. Since joining in 2014, he’s specialized in product reviews, exclusive discounts and 9to5’s New Toy of the Day. Contact him direct at trevor@9to5mac.com.