All of today’s best deals are headlined by a new all-time low on Apple Watch Series 6 at $320 alongside the latest M1 Mac mini at $99 off and Anker iPhone essential deals from $8. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Apple Watch Series 6 falls to new all-time low of $320
Amazon is currently offering the Apple Watch Series 6 GPS 40mm in (PRODUCT) Red for $320. Normally fetching $399, today’s offer amounts to $79 in savings, beats our previous mention by $29, and marks a new all-time low by $9.
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. Get a closer look in our hands-on review.
Apple’s latest M1 Mac mini now $99 off
Amazon is currently offering the Apple M1 Mac mini 512GB for $800. Down from its $899 going rate, today’s offer is $99 in savings and marking the best we’ve seen to date at Amazon.
Bringing all the power and efficiency upgrades of Apple Silicon to the desktop, the latest Mac mini arrives with the same compact design that you’ll expect, but with plenty of additional power under the hood. There’s also 512GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, Wi-Fi 6, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports to round out the package. Learn more in our launch coverage.
Anker iPhone essential deals from $8
Anker is back today with its latest collection of discounts via Amazon, offering price cuts on everything from iPhone and Android essentials to projectors and more. Amongst all of the markdowns, our top pick is the Anker PowerWave 10W Qi Charging Pad for $8. Down from $12, you’re looking at nearly 30% in savings with today’s offer matching the all-time low and marking the best price in over a year.
Anker’s PowerWave Qi charging pad delivers up to 10W speeds of wireless power to your Android device, as well as a 7.5W output to iPhones. Even if you already have a charger for the desk, grabbing one of these for the nightstand or somewhere else in the house is always a good idea. And at just $8.50, this well-reviewed offering is hard to beat.
VIZIO 55-inch 4K AirPlay 2 TV goes on sale for second time
Walmart currently offers the VIZIO MQ8 55-inch 4K HDR AirPlay 2 Smart TV for $500. Down from its usual $550 going rate, today’s offer amounts to only the second discount to date, comes within $2 of our previous mention, and delivers $52 in savings. V
IZIO’s latest M-Series TV packs 55-inches of 4K picture to your setup complete with active full array dimming, Dolby Vision, and gaming-focused features like variable refresh rate. Alongside its built-in access to various streaming services, you’ll be able to count on AirPlay 2 and HomeKit control, as well as Chromecast integration and Alexa support. Plus, there’s four HDMI ports to complete the package with support for the new 2.1 standard.
Stylishly protect your AirPods with Twelve South’s leather AirSnap
Amazon offers the Twelve South AirSnap Leather AirPods Case for $18. Normally fetching around $25, today’s offer amounts to 26% in savings, beats our previous mention by $1, and marks a new all-time low.
Twelve South’s AirSnap wraps your AirPods in a stylish leather covering and sports a built-in clip for attaching to your backpack, belt, and more. Alongside being compatible with Apple’s Wireless Charging Case, there’s a cut out on the bottom that lets you plug a Lightning cable into the AirPods. Even if you’re planning to upgrade to Apple’s rumored AirPods 3, this case will preserve your current pair’s resell value in the meantime.
Best trade-in deals
9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way!
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