You Can Start Shopping Apple's Black Friday Sales Right Now

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From Esquire
The holidays are coming. It's the time of year when everyone builds their budget and makes lists of friends and family to shop for, regardless of which December vacation they celebrate. But the only brand that is coveted on almost every list is Apple.
If you're in tune with the new releases from the big tech company, you know that Apple products rarely or randomly go on sale. And when you do, it is important to study market trends and buy strategically if you want to get the most bang for your buck. Enter Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday 2020: two shopping holidays that can save you a ton of money, especially on Apple products.
Fortunately, we've done all of the research for you. Navigating Apple's deals requires smart shopping versus chaotic shopping. Remember that Apple products are sold at online retailers such as Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy. So we never put all our eggs in one basket, or should we say: items in one basket.
Right now we can share some Black Friday shopping deals that are live right now. However, keep an eye out for new deals on iPhones, iPads, AirPods, and more throughout the season. With the release of the iPhone 12, newer iPads, and Apple Watch Series 6 this year, we can expect substantial discounts on older models that still have everything you need (see: Apple Watch SE). Check back regularly. These deals will come and go in no time.
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