Today’s best deals are headlined by Apple’s 13-inch M1 MacBook Air, plus markdowns on Twelve South Apple accessories from $35, and Anker’s latest Amazon sale starting at $11. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Apple’s 13-inch M1 MacBook Air falls to $929
Amazon offers the Apple M1 13-inch MacBook Air 256GB for $929. Down from its usual $999 going rate, today’s offer amounts to $70 in savings and marks a new all-time low on the entry-level model.
Apple’s new MacBook Air packs a familiar 13-inch design but with completely overhauled internals that deliver stellar battery life and notable performance gains despite a fan-less build. On top of 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM, there’s also a pair of Thunderbolt 4 ports here, as well as Apple’s Magic Keyboard and upwards of 18-hour battery life.
Twelve South Apple accessories starting at $35
Amazon is currently offering the Twelve South BookArc MacBook Stand for $49. Usually selling for $60, today’s offer saves you 17%, comes within $4 of our previous mention, and is the second-best we’ve seen in several months.
Twelve South BookArc complements your work from home MacBook setup with an aluminum build and matching silver colorway. On top of just tidying up your setup with a vertical design that frees up more space on your desk, there’s also integrated cable management here as well as rubber padding to protect your Mac. Shop other Twelve South gear from $35 right here.
Anker’s latest Amazon sale from $11
Anker is back this week to kick off a new sale via its Amazon storefront on charging essentials, projectors, smart home accessories, and more. Our top pick is the Anker Powerline III 6-Foot Lightning Cable for $11. Usually fetching $16, you’re saving 31% here with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $2 and marking a new Amazon all-time low.
Anker’s Powerline III Lightning Cable makes it easy to refuel your device from anywhere with a 6-foot length and durable design. Its MFi certification and bend-resistant form-factor make this a notable upgrade to any iPhone’s charging kit.
Apple Watch Series 6 styles up to $69 off
Amazon is currently taking up to $69 off a selection of Apple Watch Series 6 models with both GPS and Cellular configurations on sale. Shipping is free across the board. Headlining is the GPS + Cellular 44mm Blue Aluminum model at $496. Down from $529, today’s offer amounts to $69 in savings, beats our previous mention by $20, and marks a new Amazon low. Apple Watch Series 6 brings plenty of upgrades to your wrist including the addition of a new blood/oxygen sensor. That’s on top of an even brighter always-on display than Series 5, as well as its new U1 chip and support for faster charging. Plus, you’ll also benefit from cellular connectivity for leaving your iPhone behind during long runs and the like.
Apple AirPods are down to $120
Amazon is offering the Apple AirPods with Charging Case for $120. That’s up to $39 off what Apple charges and marks the best Amazon offer we’ve tracked since Cyber Monday. This offer is for second-generation AirPods with a wired charging case. It features Apple’s latest H1 chip, which makes pairing faster and more reliable than ever and also paves the way for handsfree Siri. Apple touts that a full charge yields 24-hours of battery life, a claim that has been spot on during our usage.
Best trade-in deals
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