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iPad mini cellular configurations from $449 alongside a Western Digital and SanDisk storage sale that takes up to 50% off. Plus, deals on Sony’s truly wireless earbuds. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
iPad mini 4 cellular hits $449
Wellbots offers Apple’s previous-generation iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular 128GB in various styles for $449. Typically selling for $479, today’s offer is the best we’ve seen this year.
While it’s not the latest and greatest, there’s still plenty to like about iPad mini 4. Powered by an A8 chip, the Retina display, Touch ID, and up to 10-hours of battery life per charge are just some of the most notable features. Plus with built-in cellular capabilities, you’ll be able to browse the web and enjoy other content while away from Wi-Fi. Learn more in our hands-on review. Shop the iPad mini 4 deal right here.
Western Digital and SanDisk storage sale
Amazon and Best Buy have kicked off a 1-day sale taking up to 50% off a selection of Western Digital and SanDisk storage. Headlining is the WD 4TB My Cloud Personal Storage for $160 at Amazon. Down from $200, today’s offer saves you 20% and matches our previous mention for the lowest price in 2020 so far.
Featuring 4TB of storage, WD’s My Cloud is a mix between a typical desktop hard drive and a NAS. A built-in Gigabit Ethernet port means you’ll be able to access the files from anywhere and even automatically backup your devices over the network. Shop all the deals here.
Sony truly wireless earbuds from $98
Amazon is currently offering Sony’s new WF-SP800N Truly Wireless Sport Earbuds for $168 in multiple color options. Typically fetching $200, today’s offer is good for a $32 discount and marks the very first discount we’ve seen.
Having just been released back in May, Sony’s latest pair of earbuds come equipped with 9-hours of playback which is supplemented to 18 with the companion charging case. An IP55 rating ensures these are suited to accompany on runs, fending off splashes, sweat, and dust during workouts. There’s also built-in passive noise cancellation alongside one-button access to Alexa and Assistant. Find a discount on Sony’s popular WF-1000XM3 earbuds and more from $98 here.
Apple Leather Sleeve for 10.5-inch iPad Pro
Amazon is offering the Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro Leather Sleeve in (Product) RED for $79. That’s $48 in savings compared to official pricing, beats the lowest 2020 Amazon price we have tracked by $6, and is the second-best offer overall. If you wield a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, you know it’s still powerful and is arguably built to last many more years to come. This sleeve is a great way to class it up and it even has built-in Apple Pencil storage. Its (Product) RED colorway is bound to add a bit of flair to your device.
Anker Powerline II USB-C to Lightning Cable $9
AnkerDirect via Amazon is currently offering its MFi 3-Foot Powerline II USB-C to Lightning Cable for $9. Typically fetching $14, today’s offer saves you 35%, beats the previous price cut by $4, and marks one of the best prices we’ve seen. Take advantage of that new USB-C charger you picked up and refuel your iPhone with Power Delivery speeds of up to 87W. It’s also rated for over 12,000 bends with a durable design to prevent frays as time goes on. Learn more in our launch coverage.
Best trade-in deals
9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way!
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