The best Apple deals as of June 7: iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more
UPDATE: Jun. 7, 2022, 2:20 p.m. EDT We’ve updated this post with the best deals from across the Apple universe, including new low prices on the 2020 iPad Air and 45mm Apple Watch Series 7 with cellular.
BEST MAC DEAL: The MacBook Air (M1, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD) remains one of the best everyday laptops out there — $1,049.99$1,199.99 at Amazon (save $150 with coupon automatically applied at checkout)
BEST IPAD DEAL: The2020 iPad Air (WiFi, 64GB) is far from outdated and at the absolute lowest price we’ve ever seen it — $399$599 at Walmart (save $200)
BEST IPHONE DEAL: TheiPhone 13 Mini (64GB) at Verizon is a mini phone with plenty of storage space and a battery life worth bragging about — $0 with an eligible trade-in select unlimited plan $699.99 (save up to $700)
BEST ACCESSORIES DEAL: The AirPods Max might just be some of the most stylish over-the-ear headphones out there— $449.99$549 at Amazon (save $99.01 with coupon automatically applied at checkout)
You could really kill some time trying to dissect the iron grasp Apple has on the general population, but when it comes down to it, its products look good, work well, and stay cutting-edge — of course people like them. Whether your favorite day of the year is its annual September reveal eventor you just want a solid computer no matter the brand, Apple’s got you covered. Sure, it is a little notorious for its higher prices, but we’ve rounded up the best deals on iPads, AirPods, and more to help you out. Check them out below.
Check out Mashable’s official review of the MacBook Air.
Even at its full price, the MacBook Air is one of the more affordable Mac offerings out there. With an M1 chip, hours and hours of battery life, plenty of portability, and a decent amount of built-in storage space, it’s no wonder the Air is a popular pick for an everyday laptop. Although if you’re feeling extra patient, it might be worth waiting for the new M2 MacBook Air, which starts at $1,199 and will be available next month.
If you want an iPad without shelling out big, this is your deal. Walmart+ Weekend is over, but the $200 (!!) markdown on the 2020 iPad Air remains (and it applies to every single color at the time of writing). It’s the absolute lowest price we’ve ever seen this iPad at by a landslide, and though it doesn’t have the M1 chip of its newer counterpart, its A14 Bionic chip can still handle photo editing and games without a problem. Plus with the new iPadOS 16 update, we doubt you’ll be able to tell this iPad is two years old.
Like most phone deals on this list, having a decent trade-in is essential to scoring the most bang for your buck. So why the iPhone 13 Mini? Well, you likely won’t need a brand new phone to get the price tag as close to $0 as possible, you’re not trading-in for an outdated model, and you get at least 128GB of storage, nice battery life, and cinematic mode without the huge price tag. You can also grab this deal at AT&T.
The 45mm Apple Watch Series 7 with cellular connectivity is at an absurdly low price. Not only has it dipped the most it ever has, but it’s also cheaper than its 41mm counterpart (that’s also on sale) and is a mere $11 away from the base 41mm Series 7’s (the one without any cellular) $399 list price. The sale only applies to the midnight watch, but for this price who cares? Just act quick if you’re interested — we won’t be surprised if this watch sells out soon.
Check out Mashable’s official review of the AirPods Max.
Are the only over-the-ear AirPods ridiculously expensive? Yes. But do they offer excellent audio quality and good battery life in a stylish package? Also yes. Though they’re usually marked down to $479, you can snag the silver and space gray AirPods for $30 cheaper thanks to an on-page coupon.