Fresh price drops are in effect now on Apple devices, with some fan favorite deals also extended into May. Pick up an Apple Watch Series 3 device for as low as $199 while supplies last, or save $70 with a free gift on Series 4 models. Meanwhile, upgraded Mac mini and iMac 5K systems are hundreds off with some of the lowest prices ever.
After initially selling out, Walmart has the 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 back in stock for $199. That's an $80 discount on the GPS model, and the lowest price we've seen to date. High-end Apple Watch styles are also up to $450 off, while 2018 MacBook Airs just received a $200 price drop (and 15-inch MacBook Pros are $400 off) at Amazon.
The Apple Watch could be used to perform more authentication for the Mac in macOS 10.15, as it is thought the operating system update will expand the usage of the wearable device to authenticate users for more tasks than just unlocking the Mac without entering a password.
AirPower is dead. While that particular accessory will never see the light of day, there are technologies that were going to be shown off in the AirPower that can still be scavenged from the corpse — and some limitations that Apple is now unshackled from, now that the AirPower is gone.
The Apple Watch is well known for its ability to keep track of a person's activity throughout the day, but its greatest weapons in getting users to move around more are not the monitoring, nor its rings, but the constant nagging and it fostering a compulsion to work out.
The Apple Watch has saved another life, according to a post made to Reddit, where the Apple wearable is credited with alerting its owner to heart issues and prompting a call for assistance, shortly before a medical emergency took place.
B&H Photo has slashed prices on 12.9-inch iPad Pros by $300 to $480, bringing the top-of-the-line cellular model down to $799. Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 4 devices are also discounted heavily with cash savings of up to $450 off, beating Black Friday markdowns in many instances. Meanwhile, Apple's top-of-the-line 2017 MacBook Air is $450 off as well.