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Cyber Monday Apple deals: what discounts to expect on iPhones, iPads, more

TechRadar 05 August, 2021 - 04:24am

iPhones, iPad, Apple Watches and more

With Cyber Monday 2021 falling on November 29 this year, there's quite some time left before we start seeing the prices of Apple products temporarily cut; November 26 is the official date for the Black Friday deals, though they'll likely start a little earlier.

While Black Friday and Cyber Monday are pretty fluid in terms of deals, with rarely too much distinction between the two, now and then we see even higher discounts for the latter, as retailers seek to get rid of the last of their stock.

Since Apple sells phones, tablets, smartwatches, laptops, headphones, computers, TVs, accessories and more, you can be sure there will be plenty of discounts on the company's products, though the quality of the reductions will vary wildly depending on the device you're looking for.

There's quite a way until the late-November party, but while you wait, we've come up with answers to all your top questions about the Cyber Monday Apple deals, and we've also dug out some of last year's deals, to give you an idea of what to expect.

The Cyber Monday deals will start on, well, Cyber Monday - that's November 29. But we'll see discounts start before then.

Some retailers will cut the price of Apple products on November 26 for Black Friday, though others might start their discounts in the week before then.

Some of these Apple deals may have run out of stock by Cyber Monday, but others may get the discounts increased as retailers look to get rid of all their stock. Waiting for Cyber Monday is always a gamble, as the device you're looking for could sell out before the biggest reductions begin.

If you need a new gadget now, there's no reason to wait until late-November to pick it up, but if you've decided you'll wait until the sales, opting for the Cyber Monday deals over the Black Friday ones is a risky prosition.

Retailers will discount a product for Black Friday, and if it doesn't sell out then, they'll step up the reduction for Cyber Monday to ensure it's gone. So depending on how popular each item on your shopping list is, waiting for Cyber Monday might not always be a smart play.

Obviously all Apple products are 'popular', but some are really popular - an iPad Air deal will likely sell out a lot quicker than an iPhone Mini one, with the latter product famously underselling. To avoid disappointment, it's honestly worth sticking with Black Friday deals - if, a few days later, you find your chosen product available for even less thanks to Cyber Monday, you can always buy it again and cancel or return your first order.

What Cyber Monday Apple deals don't we expect to see? We'll probably see iPads, Apple Watches and MacBooks all get fair discounts over the sales season, as well as accessories for them too.

iPhones and iPads will almost definitely see reductions too, though the money cut from the price might not be too much in the grand scheme of things.

So which products? Well, Apple has too many to list here, but we wouldn't expect very new devices to get discounts - that'll be the iPhone 13 and whatever launches alongside it in September - but older gadgets probably will.

Super-old Apple tech - let's say, from 2018 or before - probably won't get reduced either, though there's a chance retailers will try to get rid of any leftover stock they have of these products.

Oh boy, it'd be hard to name just one place to check for Apple Cyber Monday deals. That's because the products are so popular, that retailers try to one-up each other with deals to tempt you to them.

Make sure to check different retailers before you buy a new Apple gadget, so if you're in the US you can visit Walmart, Best Buy, Target and Amazon's websites, whereas in the UK John Lewis, Argos and Amazon are definitely worth checking.

Of course, your one-stop-shop of all the best deals will be this webpage itself, as we'll be updating it on Cyber Monday with all the top discounts you should know about. So bookmark this page and check back here then for all that informaiton.

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Cyber Monday Apple deals: what discounts to expect on iPhones, iPads, more

Creative Bloq 05 August, 2021 - 04:24am

iPhones, iPad, Apple Watches and more

With Cyber Monday 2021 falling on November 29 this year, there's quite some time left before we start seeing the prices of Apple products temporarily cut; November 26 is the official date for the Black Friday deals, though they'll likely start a little earlier.

While Black Friday and Cyber Monday are pretty fluid in terms of deals, with rarely too much distinction between the two, now and then we see even higher discounts for the latter, as retailers seek to get rid of the last of their stock.

Since Apple sells phones, tablets, smartwatches, laptops, headphones, computers, TVs, accessories and more, you can be sure there will be plenty of discounts on the company's products, though the quality of the reductions will vary wildly depending on the device you're looking for.

There's quite a way until the late-November party, but while you wait, we've come up with answers to all your top questions about the Cyber Monday Apple deals, and we've also dug out some of last year's deals, to give you an idea of what to expect.

The Cyber Monday deals will start on, well, Cyber Monday - that's November 29. But we'll see discounts start before then.

Some retailers will cut the price of Apple products on November 26 for Black Friday, though others might start their discounts in the week before then.

Some of these Apple deals may have run out of stock by Cyber Monday, but others may get the discounts increased as retailers look to get rid of all their stock. Waiting for Cyber Monday is always a gamble, as the device you're looking for could sell out before the biggest reductions begin.

If you need a new gadget now, there's no reason to wait until late-November to pick it up, but if you've decided you'll wait until the sales, opting for the Cyber Monday deals over the Black Friday ones is a risky prosition.

Retailers will discount a product for Black Friday, and if it doesn't sell out then, they'll step up the reduction for Cyber Monday to ensure it's gone. So depending on how popular each item on your shopping list is, waiting for Cyber Monday might not always be a smart play.

Obviously all Apple products are 'popular', but some are really popular - an iPad Air deal will likely sell out a lot quicker than an iPhone Mini one, with the latter product famously underselling. To avoid disappointment, it's honestly worth sticking with Black Friday deals - if, a few days later, you find your chosen product available for even less thanks to Cyber Monday, you can always buy it again and cancel or return your first order.

What Cyber Monday Apple deals don't we expect to see? We'll probably see iPads, Apple Watches and MacBooks all get fair discounts over the sales season, as well as accessories for them too.

iPhones and iPads will almost definitely see reductions too, though the money cut from the price might not be too much in the grand scheme of things.

So which products? Well, Apple has too many to list here, but we wouldn't expect very new devices to get discounts - that'll be the iPhone 13 and whatever launches alongside it in September - but older gadgets probably will.

Super-old Apple tech - let's say, from 2018 or before - probably won't get reduced either, though there's a chance retailers will try to get rid of any leftover stock they have of these products.

Oh boy, it'd be hard to name just one place to check for Apple Cyber Monday deals. That's because the products are so popular, that retailers try to one-up each other with deals to tempt you to them.

Make sure to check different retailers before you buy a new Apple gadget, so if you're in the US you can visit Walmart, Best Buy, Target and Amazon's websites, whereas in the UK John Lewis, Argos and Amazon are definitely worth checking.

Of course, your one-stop-shop of all the best deals will be this webpage itself, as we'll be updating it on Cyber Monday with all the top discounts you should know about. So bookmark this page and check back here then for all that informaiton.

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