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Apple Shares 2015 Gift Guide as Free Shipping Begins for Holidays

Apple has posted a holiday gift guide on its website featuring the new Apple TV, iPad Pro, iPhone 6s, Apple Watch, Retina MacBook, iTunes gift cards, apps, accessories and more. The buying guide is split into six categories: gaming, photography, music, fitness, learning and travel.

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The gaming section is centered upon the new Apple TV, iPhone 6s, iPad Air 2, iPod touch, and related apps and accessories available for each device, including the SteelSeries Nimbus and Gamevice controllers, Guitar Hero Live, Beats Studio wireless headphones and more. Apple also features a trio of drones by Parrot and Sphero.

The photography section features the iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, Retina MacBook and accessories like the Olloclip Active Lens, JOBY GripTight GorillaPod Video tripod, MeFOTO Sidekick360 adapter, Shure MOTIV MV5 microphone and HISY Camera Remote. Featured apps include Darkroom, VSCO, Instagram and iMovie.

The music section features the iPhone 6s, Retina MacBook, Apple Music on Apple TV, Apogee MiC microphone, IK Multimedia iRig Pads music controller, Beats Studio wireless headphones, Beats Pill+ speakers, B&O BeoPlay A2 speakers, Apple Music gift cards, GarageBand and more.

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The fitness section features the Apple Watch Sport, iPhone 6s and accessories like the Wahoo Fitness KICKR SNAP cycling trainer, Beats Powerbeats2 earphones, Wahoo TICKR heart rate monitor, Apple EarPods, Incase iPhone 6s armband and more. Featured apps include Strava and Nike+ Running.

The learning section highlights the iPad Air 2, Apple TV, Retina MacBook and iPod touch, and educational apps such as the iWork suite, Star Walk Kids and Plants by Tinybop. Featured accessories include the Sphero SPRK, Osmo Genius Kit, Twelve South BookArc stand, LaCie Fuel external hard drive and more.

The travel section features the Apple Watch, iPad mini 4, new Apple TV and accessories.

Apple is now offering free shipping in the U.S., Canada, Europe and several other regions during the holidays.



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7 months ago
SCREW YOU APPLE! Not gonna buy your stuff!


-Sent from my iPad
Rating: 18 Votes
7 months ago

I think that an Apple TV may help this winter with my Jane Fonda Aerobics. My 8th VHS tape has finally worn out.


So has Jane Fonda
Rating: 11 Votes
7 months ago
By holiday, they mean Christmas.

Welcome to Tim Cook's Apple, home of political correctness.

I hope the iPad Pro sells well.
Rating: 9 Votes
7 months ago

I consider myself agnostic. But I still wish people Merry Christmas. Neither have I ever seen anyone offended by it. Heck, my muslim neighbours in a previous house wished us merry christmas, happy easter, etc.

I am an atheist, and I also wish people Merry Christmas. What I don't do is get offended when someone says "happy holidays" instead.
Rating: 6 Votes
7 months ago
I think that an Apple TV may help this winter with my Jane Fonda Aerobics. My 8th VHS tape has finally worn out.
Rating: 5 Votes
7 months ago

No... It probably did not occur to you that Apple is a global company, with many customers who do not celebrate Christmas.


And it didn't occur to you that if you click on the link gift guide ('http://www.apple.com/gifts') it sends you to the American site.:confused:
Rating: 5 Votes
7 months ago

By holiday, they mean Christmas.

Welcome to Tim Cook's Apple, home of political correctness.

I hope the iPad Pro sells well.

I've kind of taken a "whatever" attitude on the whole "Happy Holidays" issue.

I just say, "I hope you have a Happy Christmas" in my greetings, and if the other person lets me know that they're Jewish, I wish them a Happy Chanukah, or if Muslim, I ask them what is said at this time of year.

Having said that, I have yet to run into someone that is offended by "Happy Christmas". If they are, it's on them.
Rating: 4 Votes
7 months ago
Is this an invitation from Apple to us to make their Christmas?
Rating: 4 Votes
7 months ago
I really love these isometric illustrations by Apple. I think they look gorgeous! 
Rating: 4 Votes
7 months ago

By holiday, they mean Christmas.

Welcome to Tim Cook's Apple, home of political correctness.

I hope the iPad Pro sells well.


Having said that, I have yet to run into someone that is offended by "Happy Christmas". If they are, it's on them.


Well said by the both of you. I tell folks Merry Christmas. Whether you celebrate Christmas as a Christian or not, we can all agree that if you pull out your iPhone, launch the Calendar app, and tap on Dec. 25, the all-day event listed is Christmas Day. That's a fact. I've yet to meet anyone that has gotten offended by "Merry Christmas"; it seems the only ones that care are the corporations.
Rating: 3 Votes

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