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14 top Amazon deals on Apple gear offer up to $550 in savings

Amazon's best deals for the week of September 25th.

It's now officially fall, and as days become cooler, it's time to think about how you'll keep yourself and the kids entertained. Luckily, Amazon has huge discounts on Apple products, including savings on the latest releases.

Amazon has the latest Apple Watch Series 9 on sale for only $739.99 when you buy one with a stainless steel case and Milanese Loop band. Likewise, you can find the latest 16-inch MacBook Pro with an M2 Pro chip with a $200 discount ahead of the company's Fall Prime Day.

Hot deals on iPads, MacBooks, and more

  • AirPods Pro 2 with USB-C charging port: $199.99 (was $249)
  • Apple Watch Ultra 2 in select colors: $779.99 (was $799)
  • MacBook Air 13-inch with M1 chip, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD storage in Gold or Silver: $749.99 (was $999)
  • MacBook Pro 16-inch with M2 Pro chip, 16GB memory, 512GB SSD in Silver: $2,299.99 (was $2,499)
  • Macbook Pro 13-inch with M2 chip, 8GB of Unified Memory, 256GB SSD storage: $1,099 (was $1,299)
  • MacBook Pro 16-inch with M1 Pro chip, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD in Space Gray: $1,949.99 (was $2,499)
  • Apple Studio Display with Standard Glass and tilt-adjustable stand: $1,499.99 (was $1,599)
  • Apple Pencil 2: $89 (was $129)
  • Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 11-inch, iPad Air: $249.99 (was $299)
  • Apple Watch Series 9 GPS + Cellular with 45mm stainless case & Milanese Loop: $739.99 (was $799)
  • iPad Pro 12.9-inch Wi-Fi only with M2 chip, 256GB of storage in Space Gray: $1,099 (was $1,199)
  • iPad Air 5 Wi-Fi + Cellular with M2 chip, 256GB of storage in Starlight: $599.99 (was $749)
  • Apple AirPods Max in Green (other colors $2 more): $477 (was $549)
  • MacBook Air 15-inch with M2 chip, 8GB of Memory, and 256GB of SSD: $1,099 (was $1,299)

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