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Samsung, Apple Deals: Major Retailers Offer Discounts up to $200 for MacBook Air, iPad Pro, iPhone 7, Galaxy S7

Apple and Samsung smartpohnes are currently offered at steep price. If you're looking for the best gadget bargains, here's what to look for this week!

MacBook Air, iPad Pro, iPhone 7 Deals

MacBook Air is now $200 cheaper. The 13.3-inch notebook packs Intel Core i3, HD Graphics 6000 chip, and 128 GB storage and 8 gigs of RAM. The Apple's portable device offers battery life up to 12 hours.

iPad Pro gets a huge price cut, up to $100 from its original price. The gold colored 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 128 GB storage now sells for $800. The smallest model with 32 GB internal storage is now being offered at $500. Both MacBook Air and iPad Pro deals are available at Best Buy.

Meanwhile, UK consumers can opt for cheaper iPhone 7 at authorized stores. Apple's latest flagship now sells for £579 for its 32 GB model. Currys and GiffGaff reportedly offer the handset cheaper than Apple official store while the TopCashback offers £90 cash back for every iPhone 7 purchase.

A few mobile carriers also offering Apple iPhone deals include Tesco Mobile that charges £40.25 per month for 24 months of contract without down payment. It comes with 3 GB data and 5,000 texts, according to Mirror.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Deals

Not only iPhone 7, Samsung officially drops its flagships price and make them more appealing to potential users. Those who are looking for Samsung flagships instead, can opt for Galaxy S7 deals. A few major retailers currently offer unlocked and contract versions of both, Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

Verizon prices S7 at $572 and S7 Edge at $693. The 32 GB model of Galaxy S7 unlocked version sells for $570 at Samsung official mobile store. This is good bargain especially after Samsung rollouts Android Nougat update to the handsets.

Stay tuned for more update on Samsung and Apple deals!

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