How to Preorder Every New Apple Device (Even Some With Discounts)
The best ways to get a new Mac Studio, iPhone SE, updated iPad Air and Studio Display (or even that alpine green iPhone)
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At Apple’s event this past Tuesday, the tech giant introduced several new product updates and even a brand new Mac (and accompanying new display).
Today is your day to pre-order ’em. But as Apple fans know, the new stuff doesn’t come cheap. So while there aren’t a ton of deals, there are some savings to be had if you need a new phone, display, tablet or desktop powerhouse.
Below, a quick Apple shopping guide:
Walmart already has deals on these tablets ($40-$70 off with free shipping, though the products won’t arrive until at least March 24), which now use the same M1 chip as the iPad Pro and feature an updated 12MP Ultra Wide with Center Stage camera.
iPhone SE (3rd Gen) / iPhone 13/13 Pro (Alpine Green)
The only real deals on Apple’s updated budget phone and new colorway for the 13 and 13 Pro arrive via trade-ins. As of now, it looks like T-Mobile is offering the best discounts — you can save “up to $400” (via 24 monthly bill credits) on the iPhone 13 when you trade in an eligible device; same goes for the SE, or you can save 50% when you add a line on any rate plan.
If you buy the new M1 Ultra-powered modular desktop, you’ll be harnessing 114 billion transistors and getting a machine that can perform up to 22 trillion operations per second and handle up to 18 streams of 8K ProRes video playback. It’s not huge savings, but B&H is offering that bundle of power for $200 less than Apple’s official site.
There are a few different configurations for this new premium monitor, a 5K retina display with a 27” active screen area that can display 14.7 million pixels and 1 billion colors. If you get the Standard Glass, and Tilt and Height-Adjustable Stand version from Adorama, it’s $100 cheaper than we could find elsewhere.
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