Our Apple Deals roundup is designed to be a one-stop destination for finding a great deal on Apple products like Macs, iPads, and iPhones, or accessories related to Apple products. In the first section of the roundup, you'll find deals on accessories that range from iPhone cases and cables to docks, bags, software, and more.
Our weekly deals section is updated regularly, with new deals added as we discover them. We'll be adding and removing deals as they expire, so make sure to bookmark this page and check back often to find some of the best discounts available on Apple accessories. This section will also highlight significant Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch deals, along with our weekly giveaways and app sales.
Below our deals section, you will find price comparison charts for all of Apple's Macs and iPads. This is a great tool to use when shopping for a new product because it will allow you to compare the prices from five of the biggest apple resellers: Best Buy, Amazon, MacMall, Adorama, and B&H Photo. It's a useful way to find the lowest price at a glance and keep an eye out for sales. Prices highlighted in green denote significant discounts. When you're looking for a new device, make sure to take a look at our price comparison chart so you make sure you're getting the best possible deal.
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Each week, we will highlight some of the best deals to be had on Apple-related accessories for Macs, iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches that encompass cases, bags, docks, Apple Watch bands, hard drives, and more. Deals will be updated throughout the week, ensuring the discounts listed here are current.
This Week's Deals
Every week, we keep track of the best Apple-related deals and bargains in dedicated articles that you can find on our front page. Here, we've rounded up the highlights from the past week in Apple Deals.
For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Fuse to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a full set of cable organizing options for Apple devices.
Fuse has a whole line of cord management options for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac that are well-designed and affordably priced. With so many people still working from home, Fuse accessory options are excellent for keeping home offices organized and tidy.
To enter for a chance to win, head over to our full giveaway post.
We offer a deep dive into deals for each of Apple's products in our dedicated Best Deals guides. With these, you can find the current best prices for the AirPods, iPad, iMac, MacBook, Apple TV, and HomePod.
The MacBook Air is Apple's most affordable notebook, offering a solid compromise between cost, performance, and size. In November 2020, the MacBook Air became the first Mac to transition entirely to Apple Silicon chips from Intel processors.
The new MacBook Air comes with Apple's new M1 chip that includes an 8-core CPU, a 7- or 8-core GPU, and a 16-core Neural Engine. It comes with 8GB of unified memory standard (configurable up to 16GB), and can be configured with up to 2TB of SSD storage. To read more on the MacBook Air, check out our MacBook Air roundup.
The MacBook Pro is the most powerful notebook Apple sells, although the lineup is a bit confusing right now. In November 2020, Apple introduced new 13-inch MacBook Pro models based on Apple's new M1 chip that includes an 8-core CPU, an 8-core GPU, and a 16-core Neural Engine. Pricing starts at $1,299 for these models.
At the higher-end, Apple is continuing to sell 13-inch models that were introduced in May 2020 and feature 10th-generation Intel processors. While the M1 chip appears to handily outperform Intel's processors in early benchmarks, the Intel models come with some advantages such as four Thunderbolt 3 ports instead of just two on the lower-end models. Pricing starts at $1,799 for these models.
Finally, the larger 16-inch model introduced in November 2019 comes with a 6-core or 8-core Intel 9th-generation processor, AMD 5000M series graphics and up to 64GB RAM. Pricing starts at $2,399 for the 16-inch MacBook Pro.
For more information about the MacBook Pro, make sure to check out our MacBook Pro roundup.
Apple's iMac is an ultra-thin all-in-one desktop computer aimed at consumers. It's available in 21.5- and 27-inch size options, with the larger machine offering an impressive 5K Retina display, Radeon Pro discrete graphics, and Intel's 10th-generation Coffee Lake processors. The 21.5-inch model, which includes Intel's 8th-generation Coffee Lake chips and Radeon Pro/Pro Vega graphics, is available with a 4K display at the high-end, or with a standard 1920 x 1080 display in a lower-end model. All iMac models come with a mouse and keyboard and include storage options ranging from a 5,400RPM hard drive to a Fusion drive to pure flash storage. For more information about the iMac, make sure to check out our iMac roundup.
The 27-inch iMac was updated in August 2020, while the 21.5-inch iMac hasn't seen a significant update since March 2019.
Apple's iMac Pro is a workstation class machine that's aimed at Apple's pro user base with demanding workflows. Released in December of 2017, pricing on the iMac Pro starts at $4,999 for the base 8-core machine and goes up to nearly $15,000 when adding additional processing power, RAM, and storage space.
The iMac Pro features an 8 to 18-core processor, up to 256GB of 2666MHz DDR4 ECC memory, and up to 4TB of SSD storage. It includes four Thunderbolt 3 ports, the same 5K display available in the standard iMac, and a special dedicated T2 processor that integrates the SMC, image signal processor, Secure Enclave, and more.
The iMac Pro comes in Space Gray and ships with matching Space Gray accessories. For more info on the Mac Pro, make sure to check out our iMac Pro roundup.
The Mac mini is Apple's most affordable and compact desktop computer, positioned as a "bring your own" machine that comes without a mouse, keyboard, or display. Similar to the 13-inch MacBook Pro, Apple in November introduced new Mac mini models based on an Apple M1 chip while continuing to sell more expensive models equipped with Intel processors.
The Mac mini features a square design with a 1.4-inch thin 7.7-inch wide aluminum unibody enclosure, and the M1 models come in Silver while the Intel models come in Space Gray. Pricing starts at $699 for the M1 models and $1,099 for the Intel models, and for more information about the Mac mini, make sure to check out our Mac mini roundup.
The Mac Pro is Apple's desktop machine for professionals. An all-new Mac Pro was announced in June 2019, and it launched in December 2019.
The new Mac Pro is a high-end high-throughput machine designed for Apple's pro user base. Apple learned from its mistakes and the thermal limitations of the design of the 2013 Mac Pro, and the new Mac Pro features a design that's similar to the rectangular 2012 Mac Pro, focusing heavily on upgradeability and expansion. For more information about the Mac Pro, make sure to check out our Mac Pro roundup.
The Mac Pro starts at $5,999 with prices rapidly escalating from there depending on upgrades, and there are a wide array of them, so make to check your retailers of choice to see pricing on custom configurations.
The Apple TV is Apple's set-top box, designed to bring the Apple ecosystem to the television. The fifth-generation Apple TV, the Apple TV 4K, is the latest model, released in October of 2017. It includes 3GB RAM and an A10X Fusion chip to support 4K HDR for the first time. It includes Siri support to enable voice-based searches for content, and it comes with a Siri remote that includes a glass panel for touch-based navigation. The remote doubles as a gaming controller and it comes with 32 or 64GB of storage. To read more about the Apple TV, make sure to check out our Apple TV roundup.
Apple also sells an earlier fourth-generation Apple TV HD for $149 with all of the same features but no support for 4K or HDR.
Apple's iPad Pro lineup features two tablets, one with a 12.9-inch screen size and one with an 11-inch screen size, both of which were updated in March 2020. Apple's iPad Pro models feature edge-to-edge Retina displays with ProMotion 120Hz technology, True Tone support, and Wide Color for vivid, true to life colors. The 2018 and 2020 models have no Home button and instead use Face ID, enabled through a TrueDepth camera system.
A12Z Bionic processors that rival the performance of desktop-class machines are included, as are 12-megapixel Wide and 10-megapixel Ultra Wide rear cameras and a LiDAR camera for capturing ultra-accurate depth information for augmented reality experiences. The two iPad Pros support the Apple Pencil 2, a thin-tipped pressure-sensitive stylus that can be used for drawing, sketching, and writing, and they work with an optional Smart Keyboard Folio accessory and an upcoming Magic Keyboard folio-type accessory that includes a trackpad. For more information about the iPad Pro, make sure to check out our iPad Pro roundup.
Apple introduced a completely redesigned iPad Air in mid-September 2020, and it became available for pre-order on October 16 ahead of an October 23 launch, but we'll also be tracking deals on the 2019 model for the time being.
The new fourth-generation iPad Air is Apple's mid-tier tablet with a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display and an A14 Bionic chip. It's less expensive than the iPad Pro but offers many of the same features, while it's substantially more expensive than the $329 entry-level iPad.
It features a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 7-megapixel front-facing camera, and a thin and light body that's 6.1mm thick and weighs just a pound. It's also Apple's first product with Touch ID built into the power button on the edge of the device, forgoing a Touch ID Home button and the more sophisticated Face ID. It works with the second-generation Apple Pencil and supports the Magic Keyboard and Smart Keyboard Folio. For more info on the iPad Air, make sure to check out our iPad Air roundup.
Some retailers are continuing to sell the previous-generation iPad Air, although Apple has discontinued it, so availability may be sporadic and will decline over time. Introduced in March 2019, the third-generation iPad Air offers an A12 Bionic chip, Touch ID Home button, headphone jack, and a 10.5-inch display with wide color and True Tone.
Updated in September 2020, the current version of the iPad is Apple's most affordable tablet. It offers a 10.2-inch display, as well as support for Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessories. It has a non-laminated display, an A12 Bionic processor, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. For more information on the iPad, make sure to check out our iPad roundup.
Standard pricing for the iPad starts at $329, but we've yet to see any discounts on it since it's brand-new. We're continuing to track prices on the previous-generation model from 2019, which is essentially identical to the 2020 model except that it uses an older A10 Fusion chip.
iPad Mini 5
At 7.9 inches, the iPad mini 5 is Apple's smallest tablet. Like the iPad Air, it is ultra thin and light, with support for Touch ID and an 8-megapixel rear camera. It includes an A12 Bionic chip and 3GB RAM, along with a Retina display protected by an antireflective screen coating. There's a 7-megapixel front-facing camera and dual microphones for FaceTime calls, and it comes equipped with fast 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, and there are Cellular models available. To read more about the iPad mini 5, make sure to check out our iPad mini roundup.
Updated in March 2019, the AirPods are Apple's totally wire-free earbuds that are meant to compensate for the lack of a headphone jack on modern iPhones. Available for $159 with a standard case or $199 with a wireless charging case, the AirPods feature an Apple-designed H1 chip and connect to devices over Bluetooth. AirPods work like magic, starting and stopping when placed into or removed from the ears, and switching between Apple devices with ease.
In October 2019, Apple introduced AirPods Pro for $249, with a sealing in-ear design to support noise cancelation technology and improved sound. AirPods Pro have shorter stems than the regular AirPods, and squeezing and holding the stem activates various noise cancelation modes. One, two, or three quick squeezes of the stem controls audio playback with play/pause and track skipping.
AirPods and AirPods Pro can sometimes be hard to find, but several third-party retailers offer the Apple-designed earbuds. To read more on the AirPods family, make sure to check out our AirPods and AirPods Pro roundups.
HomePod and HomePod mini
HomePod, released in February of 2018, is Apple's smart speaker, designed to compete with popular offerings like the Google Home and Amazon Echo. The HomePod focuses heavily on sound quality, with a 7 tweeter array, an Apple-designed 4-inch upward-facing woofer, and an A8 chip that enables powerful spatial awareness features for excellent sound no matter where the HomePod is placed in the room.
HomePod is designed to pair with Apple Music, and built-in "Hey Siri" functionality offers a hands-free way to queue up any music you desire. Siri can also be used for simple queries, controlling HomeKit devices, playing podcasts, offering up weather reports, setting reminders, and more. For more on the HomePod, make sure to check out our HomePod roundup.
In November 2020, Apple launched HomePod mini, which offers a scaled-down smart speaker experience priced at just $99. The HomePod mini is based on the S5 chip from the Apple Watch Series 5 and offers 360-degree sound in a roughly spherical shape that's just 3.3 inches tall. For more details, check out our HomePod mini roundup.