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  • Weekend deals: $199 Apple Watch Series 3, $200 off 2018 MacBook Airs, $400 off 15" MacBook Pros

    After initially selling out, Walmart has the 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 back in stock for $199. That's an $80 discount on the GPS model, and the lowest price we've seen to date. High-end Apple Watch styles are also up to $450 off, while 2018 MacBook Airs just received a $200 price drop (and 15-inch MacBook Pros are $400 off) at Amazon.

    AppleInsider
  • The best KRCS Apple deals in the UK: MacBooks, Apple TVs, iPads, iPhones, and Apple Watches

    You might be one of the millions of Apple fans out there. If you are, then you will know that it's not cheap keeping up to speed with all the latest devices. There are things you can do to reduce your spending and still invest in Apple, though.  KRCS is a premium reseller of Apple products and accessories. You can pick up a wide range of devices from KRCS, including iMacs, iMac Pros, MacBooks, MacBook Pros, iPads, iPhones, and Apple Watches. Rather than going directly to Apple and paying full...

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  • Amazon drops Apple's 2018 MacBook Pro to $1,599, plus discounts on AirPods and iPads

    Back by popular demand, Amazon is knocking $200 off Apple's current 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and up to $300 off Apple's latest 15-inch MacBook Pro. Meanwhile, first-gen AirPods are $12 off and 9.7-inch iPads are still in stock at $100 off.

    AppleInsider
  • Apple Revises 2018 MacBook Air Display Brightness to Up to 400 Nits After macOS 10.14.4 Release

    As noted on Reddit, Apple has updated its tech specs for the 2018 MacBook Air to indicate that the notebook now has a display brightness of up to 400 nits, compared to up to 300 nits previously. We've confirmed with Apple that this increase is tied to the macOS 10.14.4 software update released on March 25. Apple's release notes did mention that the update "corrects the default screen brightness" for 2018 MacBook Air models, although no specific details were known at the time. Prior to...

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