It's unclear why Amazon chose Saturday of Black Friday weekend to drop the price even more, but it's good for you if you've been looking to upgrade to the latest iPad.
Amazon had one of the best iPad deals for Cyber Monday, but it sold out in a few hours.
Numerous major wireless carriers are promoting "free" iPhones, all with the usual small print.
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There's no telling how long this offer will last, so if you've got an iPhone X at the top of your Christmas wish list, we recommend you act fast. The gadget is available for all three variants from this year, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max, and while they provide a case for the phone, they also bring with a bit of a hump and trunk, thanks to the inclusion of a battery.
Target's doorbuster deals, which will go until Monday, Dec. 2, include $80 off iPad 7th generation, 30 percent off apparel, a TCL 43-inch TV for $219.99, plus a $20 Target GiftCard, 40 percent off bed and bath and significant savings on toys including brands like Hot Wheels, Barbie and Disney, according to the company.
The 64GB 11-inch iPad Pro with Wi-Fi, is available for $649.99, down from $799.00.
Amazon is offering the Mac mini (3.6 GHz quad core with 128GB) for $699.00, down from $799.00. It's easy to take this one with a healthy dose of salt, since Apple's AirPods aren't exactly low-cost - starting at $159 with the standard non-wireless charging case - plus Apple has had no problems whatsoever selling AirPods, which basically dominate the true wireless headphone industry, and are expected to sell 60 million by the end of this year alone, and Apple has recently doubled production of its newest AirPods Pro.
That said, the success of Apple's AirPods warrants some specific attention, especially given that the wireless earbuds continue to be incredibly popular with consumers.
Apple's new AirPods Pro are $234.98, down from $249.00, at Amazon, but be warned, you may not get them before Christmas. Grab one and save money on your next Apple buy.