New Apple deals are in — and shoppers can snap up the lowest price ever on Apple's current Mid 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro with no tax collected outside NY. Other Mac models are also on sale this week, including the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple on Thursday debuted a new ad series detailing the many ways creative professionals use Mac to accomplish their work across a range of very different disciplines, from music to app development. Each story furthers the implication that Mac is a machine that empowers, harkening back to campaigns touting the company's close bonds with those who make.
Father's Day weekend deals are in effect now with $299 2018 iPads returning for a limited time. Shoppers can also snap up Apple's current 13" MacBook Pro at up to $230 off with prices starting at $1,099. Time is running out to save up to $1,300 on closeout 15" MacBook Pros, while current models are up to $400 off as well. All with no tax collected in most states.
WWDC is winding down for another year, and once again, there was no new hardware. But, Apple's focus on software at WWDC is neither new, nor unexpected — and doesn't mean that Apple has abandoned anybody.
WWDC may be over, but the deals are still going strong. Snap up the lowest prices on Apple hardware, from the 32GB Apple TV 4K for just $149 to high-end Radeon 560 15" MacBook Pros from $2,449. Apple's loaded 27" iMac 5K is also $300 off with no tax in 48 states.
While supplies last, readers can exclusively "snap" up a free pair of Snapchat Spectacles valued at $120 with the purchase of Apple's Mid 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, which is $205 off with our exclusive coupon. Get both for just $1,595 with no tax collected in any state.
Memorial Day may be over, but Apple resellers are keeping the deals going. The 2017 13" MacBook Air is $829 with coupon, and closeout models are up to $1,300 off. Many models are selling out, so take advantage of the Apple MacBook discounts while supplies last.
Enthusiasts have questioned Consumer Reports' assessments of Apple's products for many years. After looking at the test facilities, AppleInsider talked to Consumer Reports leaders about the various controversies of the past.
As WWDC 2018 approaches, now is the time to lock in a price for your used MacBook or iPhone. Take advantage of a $15 to $25 cash bonus on top of competitive rates at Gazelle, and secure a 30-day price lock ahead of anticipated new hardware.
New offers! Apple authorized resellers have slashed prices on popular Apple computers. From 2017 MacBook Airs for $779 to 13" MacBook Pros for $1,099 (and 15" models for $1,999), these are the most aggressive deals available on current models from an Apple authorized reseller. Closeout discounts of up to $1,300 off are also going on now — all with no tax collected in most states.
Apple authorized resellers are slashing prices this weekend on popular 2017 MacBook Pros and iMacs. Save up to $450 on current models and up to $1,200 on closeout configs with instant and coupon discounts, along with 0% financing OAC and no sales tax collected in most states.
Apple authorized resellers are offering AI readers the absolute lowest prices anywhere on Mid 2017 MacBook Pros. Save $400 on a loaded 15" model with a 3.1GHz processor, 1TB SSD and top-of-the-line Radeon Pro 560 graphics (plus no tax outside NY and NJ). B&H is also knocking $230 off Apple's 13" MacBook Pro with 256GB of storage, now $1,269, a record low.
A class action lawsuit filed in federal court on Friday takes Apple to task over an allegedly flawed keyboard design deployed in MacBook models from 2015, claiming the company knew about the defect at or before the product's launch.
With WWDC 2018 just around the corner, rumors of a MacBook Pro refresh have started to swirl. It's only been about 18 months since Apple redesigned its professional laptop lineup, so a major overhaul is not expected, but we're definitely looking for several spec upgrades, hoping for a few hardware changes, and even dreaming of some new features.