Our weekend bargains piece is focused on everything Apple missed during its “Far Out” event earlier this week, despite the fact that Apple’s new iPhone lineup may have captured everyone’s attention. The Apple 64GB iPad Mini with Wi-Fi is currently available at Amazon and Greatest Buy for $399.99 ($100 down), which is the best price ever. If you require more capacity, the 256GB Wi-Fi variant is also available at Amazon and Best Buy for $549.99, down from its regular price of $799.9
Apple’s tiniest tablet receives several welcome updates in 2022, including a bigger screen that does away with the home button and a USB-C port in place of Lightning connector of Apple. The Mini also has an 8.3-inch screen with a resolution of 2266 x 1488 and compatibility for Apple’s True Tone technology, which enables you to adjust the display according to the lighting in your area. Since Apple’s A15 Bionic CPU powers all of this, the most recent Mini is the model to beat until the unavoidable release of an M1 or M2 model.
There are also discounts available for Apple’s 13-inch, M2-equipped, 8GB RAM MacBook Pro if you prefer a laptop over a tablet. The model with 256GB of storage, which is normally $1,299, is presently on sale at Best Buy and Amazon for $1,149. The 512GB option is now $1,299 ($150 off) thanks to the same merchants (Best Buy / Amazon), making the current sale prices the lowest we’ve ever seen for either configuration.
The newest 13-inch MacBook Pro, which debuted earlier this year, doesn’t much alter the design of Apple’s high-end laptop; it still has tapered sides, the same Magic Keyboard, two Thunderbolt ports, and Touch Bar. The Pro still has the same fantastic battery life as its predecessor, but with better performance because to the addition of Apple’s M2 processor. Unfortunately, the poor webcam and few port options are still present.