• Amazon Prime Day Could Offer Apple Deals On July 15th For One Day Only

    Those who usually take advantage of Apple’s annual back to school sale which begins around the first of July, are probably very disappointed that Apple did not hold one this year. There has been no sign of it whatsoever this year and it is already almost halfway through July. However, Amazon Prime members should be happy to know that the first-ever Prime Day is on July 15th and this could be another option for consumers to take advantage of Apple deals.

    Consumers who wait to purchase Apple’s iPad, Mac, or iPhone can now look into Amazon’s July 15th Prime Day and buy it there. According to the company, Prime Day has “more deals than Black Friday.” Currently, a listed Apple deal includes a 15-inch MacBook Pro for $2,374.99 as opposed to the normal $2,499 price tag. That is a $125 discount off the original pricing.

    Amazon’s Prime Day is only available to those who are Prime members. It is a one-day only event and the company has been advertising it for days now. If you are not yet a member, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial and then continue the membership for an annual fee of just $99. The benefits of being a member include receiving free 2-day shipping (or upgrading to 1-day shipping for just $3.99), Prime Music, Prime Instant Video, and Prime Photos.

    Source: Amazon
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Amazon Prime Day Could Offer Apple Deals On July 15th For One Day Only started by Akshay Masand View original post
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    1. CZroe's Avatar
      CZroe -
      Didn't get much Apple stuff. They mostly had 3rd-party Apple MFi-certified Lightning cables, docks, stands, universal chargers, etc. Saw a shell for the 2015 MacBook that wasn't selling well. Saw a replacement battery for an older model MacBook as well. Surprised to see so many unofficial cables (two or more pieces to snag in your device, lack chip for digital audio output and library/playback controls for cars/docks that use it). Then again, they were selling knock-off LG Tones just because they didn't go full-counterfeit (sold as some other brand but still illegal due to patents, design, etc).
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