Three words that are tough to ignore: Apple AirPods sale. On the heels of Cyber Week, as we’re inundated with after-Christmas sales, here are more cheap AirPods to be had. Apple’s noise-cancelling AirPods Pro are on sale. In fact, no matter which model you prefer, all of them are heavily marked down. Plus the Apple watch 5 is also available for less than its list price. Without further ado, these are the best Apple AirPods deals, plus a sweet-ass discount on the MacBook Air 13 inch laptop.
The AirPods Pro are normally $249; they have the coveted noise-cancellation feature we've wanted.
They’re glorious. They’re awesome. We love them. We love the price.
In the market for an Apple watch? The series 5 is down from $429.
The GPS 44mm model is has an always-on retina display and a 30 percent larger screen.
The gold 64GB iPad Air is one purchase you will never regret.
The 13 inch Apple MacBook Air is regularly $999, so this a sweet price drop indeed.
This fantastic laptop has a fantastic price tag. You get a 1.8 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 Processor, eight GB of memory, two USB 3 ports, and one hell of a great machine.
What’s prettier than this iPad? The price on the 10.2 inch WiFi and cellular 128GB model.
Apple's AirPods are the cheapest we've ever seen and then some; they're normally $159.
The latest version of the brand’s beloved AirPods are automatically on and automatically connected. They quickly connect to Siri. You just double-tap them to play or skip forward. Best of all, the new Apple H1 headphone chip delivers faster wireless connection to your devices.
With these AirPods, you get 24 hours of listening time and 18 hours of talk time when you use them with the charging case.
The AirPods with the wireless charging case are regularly $199 and are now $169.
The latest version of Apple’s AirPods charge in the wireless case via a Qi-compatible charging mat or by using the lightning connector. And it’s the best price ever for these beauties.
Normally $79, Apple's in-ear headphones let you listen to music and take calls.
You can use Apple’s in-ear headphones to both listen to music, and answer or end calls on your iPhone.
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