Dealmaster: All the Apple devices worth buying at Black Friday prices

Daniel Fowler
November 29, 2019

If you've waited for Apple's Black Friday deals, you're probably disappointed.

For example, right now you can get the AirPods with charging case for just $129 on Amazon, and the AirPods with Wireless Charging Case is $154.99 at Amazon.

Don't miss the best Apple deal from the Amazon Black Friday Sale.

Shoppers can get all three Apple AirPods models - the original, the wireless charging, and the new AirPods Pro - on sale on Amazon this Black Friday. It's a modest discount, but the cheapest they've ever been. We gave these wireless earbuds a ideal 5-star rating in our AirPods Pro review.

The new AirPods Pro are also on sale today-now you can get the new and improved earbuds for $234.98, which is about $15 off their regular price of $250.

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Apple has included basic, wired EarPods with a Lightning connector in the box with iPhones for several years. Walmart had them for $129, but their inventory has been unpredictable.

Apple's MacBook Pro is something of a legendary machine within the tech world, having shown the way to a whole range of competitors for many years at this point. AirPods Pro use the same H1chip found in second-gen AirPods to pair with Apple devices, but the have active noise cancellation and "transparency mode", features that the original AirPods do not have.

Apple In-Ear Headphones: was $79 now $49 Not a fan of the Apple AirPods? Luckily, many retailers and carriers offer massive discounts on iPhone, iPads, Apple Watch and even AirPods, so it's just a matter of choosing the right deal.

If it were to happen, we would imagine AirPods would only be bundled with higher-end iPhone 12 Pro models. There's also a great Transparency Mode.

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