Apple launches Black Friday deals on iPhones, iPads, Macs & Apple Watches


In its one-day Black Friday shopping event, Apple was offering Apple gift cards worth up to $100 with the purchase of iPad tablets, up to $50 with older-model iPhones and up to $25 with older-model Apple Watches. It's the best Black Friday deal we've seen on Apple's newbie so far, and you can do a lot worse than heading to and grabbing O2's bargain bundle before stock runs out. It should be noted that the situation with the action in Russian Federation remains unclear, as in most stores customers simply refuse to provide bonus cards, unlike other countries.

Apple's Australian homepage has an "Imagination is a gift" panel leading to a gifts page headed by the offer.

There is also a £40 gift card available for those looking to buy the iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, iPad and iPad mini.

Yep, that leaves out the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus but then Apple probably isn't having any trouble shifting those right now.

Apple is also offering gift cards on the purchase of products from the Apple Store, but they are minuscule compared to other retailers.

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IPad. iPad Pro, iPad mini 4 will get you a gift card of $140 that equals $106 Dollars.

MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro will get you a gif card of $210 that equals $160 Dollars.

As we inch ever closer to Black Friday, plenty of deals are still spilling out across the internet to make your lives easier and cheaper. But several retailers offered deals on those devices.

Those disappointed that Apple aren't offering direct discounts on their products should not despair; other major retailers - including Argos, John Lewis and Currys - have slashed their prices on Apple products. Have you found better offers than what Apple is providing?