A bunch of Macs and MacBooks are down to record lows, plus more of the best Apple deals this week

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Apple deals can be elusive, but we've tracked them down. Credit: Apple

UPDATE: Apr. 19, 2023, 5:00 a.m. EDT We've updated this post with the best deals from across the Apple universe. Here are our top picks:


Best Mac deal

Best iPad deal

Best iPhone deal
iPhone 13 Mini at Verizon (opens in a new tab) — $0 on select 5G unlimited plans $599.99 (Save up to $599.99)

Best Apple Watch deal

Best accessories deal

Apple may have an iron grasp on the general population, but when it comes down to it, their products look good, work well, and stay cutting-edge — so of course, people love 'em. Whether you build your calendar around Apple events or you just want solid tech no matter the brand, Apple's got you covered. Sure, they're a little notorious for their high prices, but we've rounded up the best deals on iPads, AirPods, MacBooks, and more to help you save where you can. Check them out below.

Mac and MacBook deals

Why we like it

At $500, the Mac mini is the most affordable way to get an M2-powered Mac, especially if you already own a monitor. The computer is only months old, so a price cut of just under $100 is definitely worth paying attention to — especially since it makes a return to its lowest price ever. Functionally, it's not all that different from the M1 Mac mini, but it does have a slight edge in processor speed — and its starting price is $100 lower than the M1. At the time of writing, the older gen is actually more expensive(opens in a new tab) than the M2.

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2023 MacBook Pro

2022 MacBook Pro

2022 MacBook Air

2021 MacBook Pro

2020 MacBook Air

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iPad deals

Why we like it

The best iPad for most people is still the classic one, and at the time of writing, it's about $180 cheaper than its next-gen counterpart and only $20 away from its lowest price ever. We like the 9th generation because it doesn't come with the bumped-up price of last fall's 10th gen release, instead keeping things firmly in the entry-level tablet range. Despite not being the latest iteration, it still has up to 10 hours of battery life, a 10.2-inch Retina display, and more than enough processing power to get you through most standard tasks.

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iPad (9th Gen)

iPad Air

iPad Pro

iPhone deals

Why we like it

Check out Mashable's official review of the iPhone 13 Mini.

The iPhone 14 may be the shiny new(ish) phone in Apple's lineup, but the iPhone 13 is by no means outdated. Unlike newer models, you won't need a trade-in to score some savings with this Verizon deal. It'll get you a free 13 mini if you open a new line at Verizon on an unlimited plan.

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Apple Watch deals

Why we like it

While it's not an essential upgrade, especially if you already have a Series 7 on your wrist, the latest gen does bring all the fitness features you've come to love, plus fertility tracking and crash detection.

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Apple accessories deals

Why we like it

Read our full review of the second-generation AirPods Pro.

Although the second-gen AirPods Pro were "not the huge update we were hoping for," as Mashable senior editor Stan Schroeder put it, they still make some nice improvements on the previous gen, which were already a great pair of earbuds. The active noise cancellation is even more effective, and the battery lasts up to six hours. They're only $5 away from their lowest price ever and nearly or at full price at every other retailer, making it a great time to grab a pair.

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