Banish lockdown boredom with big savings on Fire TV devices

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Now with Apple TV support!
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Amazon is helping us all say entertained during COVID-19 lockdowns with generous savings on its own Fire TV devices. You can pick up a Fire TV Stick for as little as $29.99, and Fire Edition TV sets from just $139.99.

All Fire TV devices now support Apple TV+ — as well as a host of other streaming services, including Netflix and Disney+. These are limited-time savings, so enjoy them before they disappear.

Insane iPhone sale offers refurbs for as little as $39.99 today only

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Quick! They won't last long.
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Woot’s insane deals on iPhone refurbs keep on coming, and today’s might just be its best yet. With prices starting at a mere $39.99, there’s never been a better time to pick up a backup — or treat your kid to their first phone.

The only downside to this sale is that it’s good for one day only, and stock is selling quickly. Act fast or miss out!

Get set for summer with colorful Apple Watch bands from Nyloon

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Stylish and comfortable — perfect for summer.
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There’s a chance some of us will be able to finally leave our homes this summer. Get prepared with these delightfully colorful Apple Watch bands from Nyloon for just $40 or less.

They’re all made from nylon so they’re incredibly durable and ideal for summer activities. They’re also comfortable even on the warmest days — and nicely priced at just $40 or less.

Apple could save Messages on Mac with new iPad app port

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Messages is so much better on iPad.
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Apple looks to be gearing up to port iPad’s built-in Messages app over to Mac. The move could immediately fix Messages’ biggest problems on Mac, including its glaring lack of features.

The desktop version of the app still does not support iMessage apps, Apple Pay, message effects and other key features. Evidence of the move has been uncovered in leaked iOS 14 code, indicating it could be executed this fall when Apple drops its next major macOS update.