Deals: Exclusive ElevationDock 4 Sale, New Anker Discount Codes, Tile Savings, and More

We've got an exclusive new deal to share with our readers today, this one coming from a partnership with accessory company ElevationLab. Those interested can save on ElevationLab's ElevationDock 4, priced at $35.97 with code MRDOCK40, down from $59.95.

elevationlab dock4 saleNote: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

ElevationDock 4 is an iPhone dock that charges and cradles compatible iPhones, using micro air suction to keep itself stable on your desk. The dock is compatible with all of Apple's own cases and any case 3mm thin, but is not compatible with thicker wallet-style cases or protective cases, like OtterBox. Both the Matte Black and Matte White colors are up for the exclusive 40 percent discount, so head to Amazon and place your order before September 21, when the code expires.

Our next exclusive sale is another partnership with Magix, offering our readers an exclusive discount on the multimedia software maker's Sound Forge Pro Mac 3 bundle. The offer includes savings of up to 60 percent off, with Sound Forge Pro Mac 3 priced at $229.00, down from $557.00.

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For those interested, Sound Forge Pro Mac 3 is an advanced audio editing suite with multi-channel recording and editing, mastering for music and dialogue clips, and support for high-resolution audio recording at 24 bits with sampling rates as high as 192kHz. The sale will run through October 31, 2018, so be sure to visit Magix's website if you're interested and place your order before it ends.

On Amazon, Anker has a new collection of discount codes this week, all focused on savings for its line of wireless charging accessories:
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There are a few sales on headphones, earphones, and Bluetooth speakers as well:

In a new back-to-school sale, Bluetooth tracker company Tile is offering customers the chance to save on a variety of its products. These include up to 55 percent off Tile combo packs and up to 45 percent off Tile Sport. Check out all of the savings below:

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Be sure to head to our full Deals Roundup for more information on this week's latest sales and bargains.

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macduke Avatar
74 months ago
Might as well buy some more charging pads since AirPower is dead. I’ve been holding out on getting more.
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