Best Apple Deals of the Week: Steep Discounts Hit Apple TV 4K and iPad While Back to School Sales Arrive

Although not a particularly busy week for Apple deals, we continued to track ongoing solid sales on a few Apple products, including the Apple TV 4K and 10.2-inch iPad. Additionally, if you're shopping for back to school, don't forget to visit our guide for the best back to school Apple accessory deals.

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Apple TV 4K

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  • What's the deal? Take $59 off Apple TV 4K
  • Where can I get it? Amazon
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here

The week kicked off with a solid deal on the 32GB Apple TV 4K, available for $119.99 on Amazon, down from $179.00. Later in the week, Amazon doubled down on the Apple TV 4K deals by introducing a sale on the 64GB model, on sale for $139.99, down from $199.00.

iPad

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  • What's the deal? Take up to $80 off iPad
  • Where can I get it? Amazon
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here

Mirroring the Apple TV 4K deals, in the beginning of the week we tracked a deal on the 64GB Wi-Fi iPad for $299.00 on Amazon, down from $329.00. Then, later in the week Amazon decided to introduce an all-time low price on the 256GB Wi-Fi model as well, available for $399.00, down from $479.00.

AirPods Max

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  • What's the deal? Take $99 off AirPods Max
  • Where can I get it? Amazon
  • Where can I find the original deal? Right here

You can get three colors of the AirPods Max for $449.99 on Amazon, down from $549.00, and you won't see the deal price until you reach the checkout screen with these sales.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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UnknownIdaho Avatar
24 months ago

Everything is still overpriced. Man-O'man, I remember when gas was $0.32/gallon, a pair of Koss Pro 4A headphones cost $49.00, weekly groceries were $15.00 (and that included a weekend 6-pack!), no one subscribed to TV - all 4 channels were free. And, we coded with paper punch cards.

I'm still a diehard Apple fan, though.
JK

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Jaro65 Avatar
24 months ago
Apple TV update must be around the corner.
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Edsel Avatar
24 months ago
Everything is still overpriced. Man-O'man, I remember when gas was $0.32/gallon, a pair of Koss Pro 4A headphones cost $49.00, weekly groceries were $15.00 (and that included a weekend 6-pack!), no one subscribed to TV - all 4 channels were free. And, we coded with paper punch cards.

I'm still a diehard Apple fan, though.
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Joniz Avatar
24 months ago

Everything is still overpriced. Man-O'man, I remember when gas was $0.32/gallon, a pair of Koss Pro 4A headphones cost $49.00, weekly groceries were $15.00 (and that included a weekend 6-pack!), no one subscribed to TV - all 4 channels were free. And, we coded with paper punch cards.
First, you forgot the UHF channels with the goofy local host who dressed up as a spaceman.

And as the first class to go all floppy (the 8”), I used to feel bad when the older CS majors would drop their box of punch cards in the crowds between classes and watch them scatter across the floor.

They would cry.
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Westside guy Avatar
24 months ago

Everything is still overpriced. Man-O'man, I remember when gas was $0.32/gallon, a pair of Koss Pro 4A headphones cost $49.00, weekly groceries were $15.00 (and that included a weekend 6-pack!), no one subscribed to TV - all 4 channels were free. And, we coded with paper punch cards.
I was blessed to just miss the punch card era. My first exposure to computing was with a DEC PDP 11/70 - the university was in the process of redoing all the labs to install terminals. There was still a punch card reader, but most people avoided it like the plague.

Man, you haven't lived until you've played Star Trek on a DECwriter II dot-matrix terminal!
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Westside guy Avatar
24 months ago

I remember playing Lunar Lander on the DEC 11 with the a DM terminal. I was a Senior (1971) in prep school and I think Ken Olsen may have donated it to the school. It was sad to see DEC decline as they did.
Oh, I think I remember that one too! Both games were great paper-wasters. ?
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