Deals: 14-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro now $399 off, AirPods Pro with MagSafe Case $159, more

Deals: 14-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro now 9 off, AirPods Pro with MagSafe Case 9, more

All of Tuesday’s best deals are now live and headlined by Apple MacBook Pro M1 Pro in $399 discount. An early holiday sale is also active The original Apple AirPods Pro with MagSafe charging case a $159to which is attached a 25% discount Sale of accessories for iPhone Satechi. Take the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Break for lunch.

Save $399 on Apple’s 14-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro

Amazon now offers Apple’s latest 14-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro for $1,600. Normally priced at $1,999, today’s sale offers the second best discount to date at $399 off. This matches our few previous mentions and is within $1 of the all-time low last set in September. Apple may be rumored to release new M2 Pro models soon, but the big savings attached here still make it a compelling buy.

Delivering Apple’s most capable portable machines to date as of now, the High-end M1 Pro The series still manages to outperform the latest M2 chips with an even more capable feature set. It all starts with the upgraded 14-inch 120Hz Liquid Retina XDR display that’s backed by the high-end chip. Then you’ll find a 10-core CPU, up to 17 hours of battery life, and the triumphant return of MagSafe charging, all packed into an updated frame. see why it was our apple product of the year for 2021 more in our coverage.

Apple’s original AirPods Pro with MagSafe charging case hit $159

as part of your Event Offers per dayWalmart now offers the Original Apple AirPods Pro with MagSafe Charging Case for $159. That’s down from the original going rate of $249 and marks the latest all-time low set during the Black Friday season last year. It’s the best price in 2022 and $11 off previous discounts.

while not the newly upgraded pair From Apple’s flagship earbuds, these AirPods Pro still come backed by a full set of features. Active noise cancellation is one of the stars of the show, backed up by a complementary transparency mode, spatial audio support, and Hello Siri. Packed in much of the expected form factor, the charging case it will produce 24 hours of playback and now supports MagSafe in addition to its original Qi and Lightning charging. Get all the details at our launch coverage.

Satechi gets over 25% off MagSafe chargers, wireless pads and more

After launching your early black friday clearance sale On older equipment, Satechi is now back this week with another way to save. Now taking 25% discount your entire collection of wireless chargersincluding MagSafe offers, taking advantage of savings on any of the chargers or accessories at this landing page will give you one of the best prices to date. Leading the way is Satechi Dock5 multi-device charging station in $45. Under $60, this one is $15 off, down $3 from our previous mention and the lowest of the year.

This multi-device charger from Satechi offers a space to recharge up to five different devices at once to tame your entire kit of Apple devices. Dock5 starts with an integrated 10W Qi pad, as well as two USB-A slots and a pair of 20W USB-C ports to complete the package. I loved it in me original review since a year ago, and I still use it every day now.

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