Amazon Begins Selling More Apple Products, Including Latest Macs, iPad Pro, and Apple Watch Series 4

Nearly two weeks after Amazon reached an agreement with Apple to sell more of its products, a selection of Apple products are available on Amazon in the United States, including the latest iPad Pro, Apple Watch Series 4, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro, and Mac mini models.

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Other products available include accessories such as Apple Watch bands, the Apple Pencil, Beats headphones, and the Magic Mouse 2.

Prices are fairly consistent with Apple.com, but there are some discounts to be had, including $100 off a base model MacBook and $300 off the latest 15-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.6GHz six-core Core i7, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD. Note that some of the products are currently out of stock or available in limited quantities.

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Amazon has yet to begin selling any new iPhones directly from Apple or its network of Apple Authorized Resellers, but the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR are expected to be available soon as part of the deal. One product that won't be available is the HomePod since it is an Amazon Echo competitor.

Apple has prominent marketing banners on each of its Amazon listings that resemble the look of its product pages on Apple.com. Apple-authorized product listings contain the wording "ships from and sold by Amazon.com."

A limited selection of new and used Apple products were already available on Amazon via third-party resellers, but those product listings will be removed after January 4, 2019 under the new deal. Third-party resellers will need to apply to become Apple Authorized Resellers to continue selling on Amazon.

Beyond the United States, Apple products are also beginning to appear on Amazon in France, and the sales agreement will extend to its storefront in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, and India as well.

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Top Rated Comments

nepalisherpa Avatar
47 months ago
I have enough points to get an Apple Watch for free. Decisions....decisions! :D
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iapplelove Avatar
47 months ago
Just another sign of how dwindling sales require closing down production lines, and opening up more points of sale to get rid of as much accumulated stock as possible through the biggest sales and discounts channel, Amazon. Alibaba is next.
I don’t really see the big deal. Amazon sells google products as well. Same as Microsoft.
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Joesg Avatar
47 months ago
Thank you MacRumors for always putting a disclosure when it's needed. I'm of course happy to support the site anyway, but upfront honesty is greatly appreciated.
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macduke Avatar
47 months ago
Do yourself a favor and get their Amazon Prime Rewards VISA Card. If you have prime you get 5% cash back on things you buy on Amazon.com (3% for non-prime customers). On Apple stuff that adds up quick! You also get 2% back on restaraunts, gas and drug stores and 1% on everything else. We get back our Prime subscription cost several times over each year. I used some of the savings a few months ago to get an Xbox One X and some games. I love it!
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alphaod Avatar
47 months ago
Great, more ways to use those Amazon gift cards!
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Sevanw Avatar
47 months ago
Just another sign of how dwindling sales require closing down production lines, and opening up more points of sale to get rid of as much accumulated stock as possible through the biggest sales and discounts channel, Amazon. Alibaba is next.
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