If you were wise enough to boycott the Black Friday shopping frenzy, and are still in the market for newer or older iGear, Best Buy has this big “Apple Holiday Event” in full swing that will let you score Apple Watches, iPads, and iPhones on the cheap.

Without a doubt, the “iWatch” is the sale’s headliner, featuring its deepest price cuts to date, but the iPad mini 4 can also be deemed a bargain… for a change, at $300 and up. Across the board, Wi-Fi-limited and cellular-enabled configurations of the latest entry in the 7.9-inch franchise are discounted by a Benjamin, which means 64GB storage only costs 400 bucks now, while LTE-capable models start at $530 with 32 gigs of hoarding space.

Not a fan of the diminutive form factor? Then perhaps the $125 marked-down iPad Air 2 will pique your interest, setting you back just $375 in an entry-level 16GB version, $475 with 64GB storage, $575 in a 128 gig derivation, and $605 and up when LTE connectivity is added into the equation.

To wrap up with iPads, you can still nab the original Air, which turned two recently, at a historic low of $300 after a $100 trim. As far as iPhones go, we’re afraid you’ll need to commit to lengthy Sprint or Verizon pacts if you want to save a Benji, with the 6s and 6 Plus models available for $100 apiece, the 6s Plus slashed to $200, and the 6 going for $1. And they say Santa isn’t real.

Source: Best Buy

You May Also Like

Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab A 8.4 flaunts a metallic build and brings LTE support

The Galaxy Tab A 8.4 is a big improvement when it comes to aesthetics, but it is still stuck on Android Pie and has a smaller battery than its predecessor.

OnePlus 8 Pro render pops up online in a gorgeous green shade

OnePlus 8 Pro will reportedly come in blue and black shades as well, and is said to flaunt a glass build with a metallic frame.

We are finally getting always-on displays in OnePlus smartphones

It seems that always-on displays will finally be a feature of OnePlus smartphones, as the company has confirmed this information on Twitter