Apple Cyber Monday Deals – 2023 MacBooks And Mac Minis, iPads, And More

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Apple has some of the best and priciest computing and tablet hardware on the market. Fortunately, the tech brand’s gear isn’t immune to discounts, and for Cyber Monday you can save big on a wide range of powerful Macs and iPads.

Apple’s high-tech line of PC and tablet hardware

In the portable desktop computing space, some of the standout deals include the 2023 Mac Mini for $499 (normally $599). This model has a 256GB SSD, a lightning-fast M2 chip, and plenty of connection options. It has two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-A ports, an HDMI port, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.3, Gigabit Ethernet, and a headphone jack, all wrapped up inside of an attractive and space-saving form factor. If you need some extra storage capacity, the 512GB model is also on sale for $690, down from its usual price of $799.

Need something with a screen attached? Then you can pick up a 2023 MacBook Pro for $1,450 (these are normally $1,600). This laptop has an even more powerful M3 chipset that can handle high-level processing tasks with ease, a 512GB SSD, up to 22 hours of battery life, and a brilliant 14.2 inch Liquid Retina XDR display with 1,000 nits of brightness. This is a powerful workhorse of a laptop for creatives, but if you’re looking to get one with a beefier SSD, the 1TB model is on sale for $1,650. Both models are discounted by $150 right now.

For something more affordable, you can also pick up the 2020 MacBook Air. Normally $1,000, this is on sale for $750 for the next couple of days and still has plenty of power under the hood. The M1 chip hits a nice balance for power and performance, it has a solid battery life of up to 18 hours, and the 13-inch Retina display is pretty sharp. You’re also getting a 256GB SSD on this model, so this makes it ideal as a lightweight laptop for more moderate work requirements.

If you prefer something even more compact, you can’t go wrong with an iPad. There are two great deals to check out, starting with this 10th-generation iPad for $349 (normally $449). It has a powerful A14 Bionic chip and 64GB of storage, and if you’ve ever wanted an entry-level tablet device, this is a very good option to consider. For something a little bit more robust, you can save $100 on the fifth-gen iPad Air. It’s slimmer, more powerful thanks to its M1 chip, and it has a sharp 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display.

We’ve also listed a few AirPod deals below for anyone looking to add some audio hardware to their Apple purchase, and just in case you’re worried that you might lose your fancy new device, AirTags are on sale as well.