Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Special discount for Apple product Black Friday & Cyber Monday start from now, visit
Even though many people anxiously await the Apple Black Friday deals announcement each year, there are seldom any that really wow us. So when we saw the leaked Black Friday announcement above, our first thought was, “This is too good to be true.” And it turns out we’re probably right.
The announcement offers 30% off all iPods (while surreptitiously noting at the bottom that the deal doesn’t apply to iPod shuffles. What happened to ALL iPods?), 25% off all Macs and 15% off accessories, software and other hardware. This is an Apple fanboy’s dream!
The most popular Apple Mac product this holiday season will be the MacBook Air, predicted analyst Brian White of Ticonderoga Securities, in a message to clients today.
The iPad 2 was reduced between $41 and $61 depending on the model, a discount of between 8% and 9%, and for the priciest iPads, slightly more than in 2010. Apple also dropped the price of the iPod Touch between $21 and $41, and cut prices for the iPod Nano by $11.
Apple's prices were good at both its online and brick-and-mortar stores through the day. Many of the latter opened at 6 a.m. local time in the U.S., several hours earlier than usual.
Some rival online sellers, however, beat Apple's sale prices.
Amazon.com, for example, listed the least-expensive 11-in. MacBook Air at $849.99 and the entry-level 21.5-in. iMac for $1,049.99.
Apple also discounted several software packages today, including the three-license edition of Microsoft's Office for Mac Home & Student 2012, which was priced at $128. But others beat Apple's sales price on that product too.
Apple's one-day sale reduced most Mac prices by $101, a 10% cut on the entry-level 11-in. MacBook Air, which sold for $898 on Friday. The across-the-board $101 translated into discounts of 6%-8% for 13-in. MacBook Airs, 4%-8% for MacBook Pros and 5%-8% for iMacs.
Apple's Mac discount was identical to those of the last two years' Black Friday sales, although unlike in 2011, Apple did not exclude its lowest-priced notebooks this year.
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