Black Friday 2020 Apple deals available now: $350 Apple Watch Series 6, $200 AirPods Pro, $850 Intel MacBook Air and more

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Whereas Black Friday formally falls on Nov. 27, loads of shops are getting a head begin and providing up financial savings lengthy earlier than you even take into consideration popping the turkey within the oven. Meaning you may rating some nice offers on Apple merchandise, together with the Apple Watch SE, the 2020 (Intel) MacBook Air and Apple’s signature AirPods Professional — a number of the best wireless earbuds out there. In the event you’ve been trying to gear up, or if somebody in your vacation buying listing is craving some Apple tech, there are some improbable offers available.

We’re already seeing reductions on Apple merchandise that typically meet or exceed the reductions we noticed final month throughout Prime Day, in addition to offers that put merchandise at their lowest worth ever. Under, we’ll hold monitor of present costs and the way they sq. up with reductions we have seen prior to now. It must be famous that Walmart, Goal, Finest Purchase and Newegg are all having competing gross sales, they usually generally out-discount Amazon on the subject of Apple merchandise. As long as it is a licensed Apple retailer — and every of these shops is — we’ll remember to function them right here, too. For us, the very best worth at all times wins.

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The newest Apple Watch with much more options is now on sale. Along with an always-on show and ECG performance, the Sequence 6 screens blood oxygen ranges (although you should not count on medical-grade outcomes there). Recurrently $399, you save $49 beginning at the moment, Nov. 15, at Goal’s Black Friday Sale. That is the primary time this watch has gone on any type of sale, so in the event you’ve been interested by snapping it up, now could be the time. See our Apple Watch Series 6 review.

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Final weekend noticed the primary huge worth cuts on the Apple Watch SE, which was simply launched again in September. Gross sales at Goal and Walmart chopped $50 off the retail worth of each sizes, and that was later matched by Amazon. The reductions have been coming and going, however very first thing on Sunday morning, the $49 {discount} (versus the Apple Retailer worth) is again at Amazon for each sizes: The 40mm mannequin is $230, the 44mm (in Silver) mannequin is $289.Read our Apple Watch SE review.

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Observe this isn’t the brand-new MacBook Air that runs on the company’s M1 chip, and turns into accessible later in November. That mannequin begins at $999. This one is the March 2020 Intel Core i3 mannequin with the improved Magic Keyboard, and Amazon continues to promote it for $150 off — that meets an all-time low worth for this mannequin, and doubtless the bottom worth we’ll see till Black Friday. (You will see the total sale worth at checkout.) 


The GPS-only Sequence 3, which got here out in 2017, stays the least costly mannequin in Apple’s watch portfolio — and, in gentle of its age and humble function set, additionally essentially the most doubtful worth. With the Apple Watch Series SE at the moment promoting for $260, it would be arduous to advocate shopping for the Sequence 3, even at its present sale worth. (The 42mm model can be $20 off.) However that may change if the rumors of a price drop at Walmart starting Nov. 25 are true: $119 to $149 can be the bottom worth ever. Read our Apple Watch Series 3 review.


The eighth-gen iPad includes a 10.2-inch show powered by the A12 chip. The 32GB mannequin has a listing worth of $329, however many retailers promote it for $299, which can be Apple’s training {discount} worth. That mentioned, we’re holding out for a return to the $249 worth of its 2019 predecessor. Read our 10.2-inch iPad preview.

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