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Apple Black Friday 2016 Deals: 50% Discount on iPhone 7, MacBook Pro for Skipping the Event Last Year? [RUMORS]

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For the very first time in three years, Apple will be hosting its very own Black Friday sales in November 25th in line with the celebration of Thanksgiving Day in the united States. Check here on how much you can save on your favorite Apple products!

Apple Black Friday 2016 Deals

It can be recalled that Apple skipped the last year's Black Friday sales, thus, it is anticipated from the tech giant to offer bigger discounts for 2016 deals most especially to their latest products such as iPhone 7 and MacBook Pro. According to MacWorld, Apple is also expected to offer deals on their iPads, headphones, Apple Watches and other tech products.

Last 2014, Apple has offered its US customers the chance to win $100 iTunes gift card for every purchase of MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, 5K Retina Display and iMac. On the other hand, every purchase of iPads and iPhones enables the customer to have a chance to win $50 iTunes gift card and $25 credit for any purchase of Apple TV.

Furthermore, Apple did not lower the price of their products in Black Friday 2014. That's why it is expected for them to offer as much as 50 percent discount to iPhone 7 and MacBook Pro most especially.

For this reason, Apple loyal fans are excited for the upcoming Apple Black Friday 2016 sales which will be available both in-store and online through Apple App Store. Apple has reportedly announced their participation for the upcoming activity through an Apple Watch that runs the calendar app which says "November 25th" from the screen according to Express UK.

Aside from Apple, the following are the retailers that offer discounted products in UK only: Argos, Sky, Currys PC World, Mobiles.co.uk, Tesco Direct, Amazon and Carphone Warehouse. According to Express UK, However, Argos, Amazon and Currys have already started their Black Friday sales. 

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