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Apple Deals: MacBook Pro, iPad 2017 Discounts up to $140 Off from Retail Partners [VIDEO]


The previous Apple deal just expired in April 24 but another great bargain comes from other major retailers. Outside Apple Store, there are major retailers that would give a big discount for Apple latest gadgets. The current best deal cuts the MacBook Pro and iPad 2017 price up to $140.

Apple Deals: MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iPad 2017, and More

A good bargain from Adorama offers the new iPad at just $307. The Apple deal is $22 cheaper than in any of Apple Store. The iPad 2017 is also getting more affordable with $105 cheaper than the regular price at MacMall.

The low-cost tablet sports A9 chip and 2GB RAM. The 9.7-inch device packs 8MP rear shooter and 1.2MP front-facing camera. It has two speakers unlike the Pro with four of them. Consumers who want to spend less money on the MacBook Pro can opt for the current model with Touch Bar as MacMall sells it for $140 cheaper, BGR reported.

Meanwhile, Apple fans in India can go to Flipkart as the online site offers big price cuts for Apple products. The retailer gives additional discount for every MacBook Pro 2016 purchase. Apple Watch is being offered with 35 percent discounts with varying banks. For those who seek a budget laptop, MacBook Air sells for Rs 54,990 with the Axis Bank Buzz Credit Card.

MacBook Air is a lightweight laptop that Apple plans to discontinue. However, the laptop comes with big bump on the RAM sporting 8GB for the 13-inch model whilst the 11-inch unit gets 4GB RAM. The battery reportedly lasts for up to 10 hours. The refresh initially came out without any hype since Apple quietly introduced it via press release, GSM Arena reported. 

On a side note, Apple will launch the new MacBook Pro and iPad Pro 2 this year but rumors on its specs and release date have been vague. Find out the latest details here.

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