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These Black Friday deals on Apple gear are still going strong [Updated]

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Best Black Friday deals on MacBooks, AirPods, and iPads
These are the best Black Friday Apple deals you need to check out.
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Black Friday 2022 is now one for the record books, but you can still take advantage of hefty discounts on Apple products.

So, if you have been looking to buy a Mac, iPad, Apple Watch, AirPods or other Apple products for a while, take advantage of the best Black Friday deals on Apple gear right now. Just bear in mind that these deals can be slippery as an eel. If you see one you like, jump on it ASAP, because there’s no guarantee it will last.

Clean, compact MacBook Air rig makes most of tiny desk [Setups]

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It's a cozy little space, alright. Perfect for MacBook Air, a 24-inch display and no external keyboard.
It's a cozy little space, alright. Perfect for MacBook Air, a 24-inch display and no external keyboard.
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If you’ve got a tiny desk for a workspace, you’ve got to make the most of it. Today’s featured computer setup centers on an M1 MacBook Air driving a small 4K external display, clearly going away from the trend toward big-screen-TV-sized displays for a reason — namely, vanishingly small desk space.

A small external display is one way to save room. But the user has some other tricks up his sleeve, as well. Let’s take a look.

The Mac is back! Apple ships most MacBooks ever

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WWCC22: The new M2 MacBook Air comes in four colors.
The July launch of the M2 MacBook Air helped propel Apple's to new heights in notebook shipments.
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Apple shipped a record number of MacBooks during the September quarter, a whopping 26% increase over the same period of 2021, according to a market-analysis firm. That’s more than the company has ever shipped in a single quarter.

At the same time, Windows notebook-makers saw their shipments decline.

Bundle this refurbished MacBook Pro with lifetime access to Microsoft Office for $450

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Step up your productivity with this proven MacBook Pro, add Microsoft Office, and save big.
The limited-time offer packages a refurbished 2015 MacBook Pro and unlimited use of Microsoft Office apps for a fraction of the price.
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If you’re on a quest to boost your efficiency during daily computer-related tasks, there’s a limited-time bundle to know about leading up to Apple Day, which comes on October 21.

During our Apple Day sale, we’re dropping prices on our favorite Apple refurbs. This includes a 2015 MacBook Pro for just $449.99. And it comes with lifetime access to Microsoft Office Home & Business 2021 for Mac.

Momax stands are perfect perches for MacBook, iPad and iPhone

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Momax Vertical Laptop Stand Holder is a good place for your MacBook and your iPhone or iPad.
Momax Vertical Laptop Stand Holder is a good place for your MacBook and your iPhone or iPad.
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This post on unique MacBook, iPad and iPhone stands is brought to you by Momax.

It can pay to place your most important devices on stands, like your MacBook, iPad and iPhone. It usually makes them easier to view and use while also creating some extra space on the desktop for other items or uses, and out of the way of spills and other workstation calamities.

If you need a stand for a laptop, tablet or smartphone, Momax features a whole lineup. And better yet, as a Cult of Mac reader, you can get 10% off any purchase, plus an extra 5% off if you buy more than one item. See below.

Need a budget-friendly laptop? You can get a barely used MacBook Air for less than $400

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Spend only $389.99 on a powerful MacBook Air featuring 128GB of storage.
Get great value by snagging this proven Apple MacBook Air for only a fraction of the price.
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The Apple ecosystem offers an incredible variety of devices, including laptops. However, joining said ecosystem can be quite pricey, as Apple tends to price its devices extremely high. Buying a refurbished laptop is a more affordable way to join the family, and you can purchase a barely used MacBook Air from 2017 for just $389.99 for a limited time.

Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale knocks $200 off M1 MacBook Air price

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MacBook Air M1 2020
The M1 MacBook Air is once again available for its lowest price ever.
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Apple’s older but still powerful M1 MacBook Air is discounted by a whopping $200 for Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale. The laptop carries an MSRP of $999, but you can save $200 and get it for $799 after the discount.

This is among the lowest prices Apple’s M1 MacBook Air has dropped to in recent months. Despite its age, the machine promises all-day battery life and has enough power for everyday use.

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M2 MacBook Air drops to lowest-ever price after massive $149 discount

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2022 MacBook Air with M2 processor
The M2 MacBook Air has never been this cheap before.
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You can save a staggering $149 on the M2 MacBook Air right now. Amazon just discounted certain variants of the very capable laptop to their lowest-ever prices.

The entry-level MacBook Air powered by Apple’s M2 chip typically starts at $1,199. Thanks to this deal, you can get it for $1,099.

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Get a new-to-you MacBook Air for just $250 during our Refurbished Event

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Pick up a refurbished MacBook Air for less than you'd pay for AirPods Pro and a coffee.
Pick up a refurb MacBook Air for less than you'd pay for AirPods Pro and a coffee.
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When discussing Apple products, the focus typically tends to be on the future. Talk of upcoming Apple products can be particularly engaging, but the company’s past innovations still warrant appreciation — and many are still quite useful.

That’s especially the case if you’re looking to join the Apple ecosystem on a budget. During our Refurbished Event, you can purchase a 13.3-inch MacBook Air from 2015 for only $250.