The Best Deals On Apple Products You'll Find, Like, Ever
This piece was written by the Cracked Shop to tell you about products that are being sold there.
Apple has a tendency to stick it to consumers. Whether it's removing the headphone jack on a phone, rendering old models of devices obsolete, or just plain price gouging the bejesus out of you for a charger, Apple has probably made you spend way more money than you wanted to on their projects.
So we're giving you an opportunity to strike back at the man (specifically, Tim Gunn)! This week only, until October 21, we're holding Apple Days, an event where we drop prices on refurbished Apple products to let you gear up at a discount. Whether you're in the market for a MacBook, an iPad, or something else, we're offering huge savings on products that have been previously owned, then brought back to the factory and souped back up to work like new again. Check out some of the best deals.
Deals on Apple iPads
Apple iPad Air 2 64GB (WiFi only), $199 (reg. $226)
Looking for a budget-friendly tablet to add to your everyday carry or travel rotation? This 2014 iPad Air 2 fits the bill at just $199. It offers 64GB of storage, a powerful Apple processor, and an 8MP camera to take pictures on the go.
Apple iPad 6 9.7” 32GB, $224.99 (reg. $253)
Whoa, a 2019 iPad for $175 off? Yes, please. This WiFi-only beauty has a 9.7" Retina display and runs on an Apple A10 chip for outstanding performance. It has a 1.2MP FaceTime HD camera for getting on all your Zoom calls and an 8MP iSight camera for documenting your adventures.
Apple iPad 6th Gen 9.7” 32GB + Accessories, $239.99 (reg. $399)
For $15 more, you can add a tempered glass, a snap-on case, a Lightning cable, and an AC wall adapter. That’s a fraction of what you would pay for even one of those things at the Apple Store.
Apple iPad 7 2.33GHz 32GB (Wi-Fi Only), $299.99 (reg. $329)
One of the most recent releases available in our sale, this late 2019 model runs on a powerful Apple A10 Fusion processor for some of the most powerful performance in an iPad. It has a 10.2" Retina display and 10 hours of battery life on a full charge.
Apple iPad mini 4, 128GB (WiFi only), $225.99 (reg. $599)
Want something that's sort of between a tablet and a phone for even greater portability? You need the iPad mini 4. This little tablet runs on an Apple A8 chip and has all of the features you'd expect from a bigger iPad, plus 128GB of space. Oh, and this edition comes with a tempered glass, a snap-on case, a Lightning cable, and an AC wall adapter.
Apple iPad mini 4, 128GB (WiFi + 4G Unlocked), $279.99 (reg. $729)
Know you're going to be using this thing away from WiFi? Then grab the 4G unlocked version. It’s only, like, 50 bucks more, which is worth not getting stranded signalless.
Apple iPad Pro 9.7" 128GB (WiFi only), $279.99 (reg. $749)
In 2016, this was the most powerful tablet on the market! Sure, that was a while ago, but it still packs a real punch, especially at this price point. Plus, it has 128GB of storage and improved cameras on both sides of the iPad.
Deals on Apple MacBooks
Apple MacBook Air 11" Core i5, 4GB RAM 128GB SSD, $265.99 (reg. $599)
All you remote workers, this 2015 MacBook Air model will make jumping between your home office, the coffee shop, and the library easy. It has an Intel Core i5 processor with Turbo Boost technology to power through all your multitasking needs and 128GB of solid-state storage for all your files.
Apple MacBook Air 13.3" 8GB RAM 128GB, $389.99 (reg. $1,599)
One of the best combinations of power and portability that Apple offers, this 2017 model offers Intel Core i5, 1.8GHz with 8GB of RAM for truly outstanding processing power. You can enjoy 12 hours of battery at a time and an Intel HD Graphics 6000 card for crystal-clear streaming, gaming, and more.
Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" Core i5 8GB/128GB + Microsoft Office Home & Business for Mac 2021, $441 (reg. $1,648)
Get even more bang for your buck with this special offer that combines a 2015 MacBook Pro with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage with a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Home & Business for Mac. (That's Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and OneNote.) Not only will you get a solid laptop and stick it to Apple at the same time, you'll immediately upgrade it with the world's most ubiquitous office software suite and also stick it to Microsoft. Suck it, fat cats.
Prices subject to change.