Amazon’s Prime Day brings bargains on a range of accessories for your Apple devices. There are cases, keyboards, chargers, SSDs… lots of options and all below the regular prices.
There are savings on gear for iPhone Mac and iPad, but most of the deals expire on Tuesday. Don’t wait around.
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Satechi cut the prices of more than a dozen products for Prime Day. That includes its Dock5 multi-device charging station (20% off), its USB-C AirPods wireless charger (27% off) and more. Visit Amazon.com to see the savings.
Not all the best deals are on Amazon. The HyperShop is having a sale on Hyper-branded products, like batteries, USB-C hubs, a foldable stand, and more.
Totallee makes slim cases for a range of Apple handsets going back years. These typically go for $19.99 to $39.99. But during Prime Day, use the promo code LVQ6Q52Y to get 40% any of them on Amazon.com.
The PhoneSoap 3 is both a UV-C phone sanitizer and a phone charger. Drop your iPhone in and it’ll kill 99.99% of all bacteria and germs. In addition, It offers a USB-A port and a USB-C port for charging. The device is $45.57 with a digital coupon on Amazon, down 40% from the usual.
The recently announced Brydge 10.2 Max+ is a high-quality keyboard case for the basic iPad. It also offers a large trackpad plus 4 feet of drop protection. Get it now for $99.99 on Amazon.com, a considerable savings off the usual $129.99.
The Sanho HyperDrive USB-C 6-in-1 Hub is one of the best iPad Pro/Air accessories available. It’s tiny but includes ports that let the tablet use a variety of accessories. The price is normally $89.99, but the price has been dropped on Amazon by $20, and an additional 5% discount at checkout lowers the cost to $66.49. Don’t miss the Cult of Mac review of the hub.
Mac and iPad
Easily add storage to your Mac or iPad Pro with the Samsung T7 SSD. It’s not much bigger than a credit card, and the 500GB version is just $69.99, which is a whopping 30% below the usual price. Read the Cult of Mac review of the Samsung T7 to learn more.