iPad Pro models now on sale from $700 with 11-inch models

All of today’s best deals are now up and running and have an 11-inch iPad Pro on sale from $700. Apple’s latest AirPods 3 also get in on the savings with a refurbished discount too $110 to run alongside the ongoing M2 MacBook Air sale at $100 off. Get all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys lunch break.

iPad Pro on sale from $700 with 11-inch low

Amazon is currently discounting Apple’s latest 11-inch M1 iPad Pro Wi-Fi 128GB for $700. Down from the usual price of $799, this model kicks off savings that apply to nearly the entire lineup at $99 off. This is $28 below our previous mention, the lowest price in over three months, and the second best discount of the year within $10 of the lowest. You can also save on higher capacity models such as the 512GB offer $946while the capacity of 1 TB rests on $382 off.

All powered by the M1 chip for the first time, Apple’s latest iPad Pro centers around the 11-inch Liquid Retina display and Thunderbolt connectivity. That’s on top of Wi-Fi 6, Face ID, and all-day battery life, along with iPadOS lineup staples like Apple Pencil support and more. Ideal for everything from media consumption to digital art and other work, the compact iPad Pro delivers plenty of power in a portable package.

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Apple’s latest AirPods 3 with Spatial Audio hit $110

Today only, Woot is discounting Apple’s latest AirPods in Class A refurbished conditions, headlined by the latest AirPods 3 at $110. Shipping is free for Prime members, with a $6 delivery fee otherwise applicable. Normally, today’s deal fetches $179, offering a rare chance to score Apple’s latest earphones in any case. They’ve been completely sold out on Amazon for almost a month, and even when there are units on sale, you’re paying retail instead of today’s $69 discount.

Apple’s latest earphones were just launched back in October and notably come with a newly designed cover that takes a page out of the pro version’s book. While ditching the silicone ear tips, the AirPods 3 come with much of the same Spatial Audio support, as well as added waterproofing for taking on runs or workouts. Plus there’s the nifty new MagSafe charging case that provides 30 hours of listening time to complete the package. Includes 90 day warranty.

M2 MacBook Air now $100 off a new all-time low

To join the flagship iPad Pro discount, several retailers are still offering one of the very first price cuts on Apple’s all-new 13-inch M2 MacBook Air. Right now, the entry-level 8GB/256GB Starlight model has dropped $1,099 USD. That’s down from the usual $1,199 it typically fetches, and is the only time we’ve seen Amazon offer any savings. At $100 off, today’s deal is also a new record low.

Apple’s all-new M2 MacBook Air comes powered by its latest internal chip and paired with an updated form factor. The 13-inch Liquid Retina Display has a brightness of 500 nits to complement the P3 wide color support and is paired with a 1080p FaceTime camera with three microphones and spatial audio-enabled speakers. Although the real highlight has to be the return of MagSafe charging, which pairs with other I/O like two Thunderbolt ports. Learn more about entry-level configuration performance.

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