AirPods drop to $151 for a limited time
Amazon offers Apple’s AirPods with Wireless Charging Case for $151. As a comparison, you’d typically pay $199 with Amazon often charging around $179. Today’s deal is a match of the best price we’ve tracked at this retailer. Apple’s AirPods feature a sleek design and the brand’s H1 chip for access to various features like Hey Siri. This model ships with the wireless charging case, too. You’ll be able to toss your AirPods on a compatible Qi charger and power-up without having any pesky wires to worry about.
Save nearly $950 on Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro
Today only, Woot offers Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro 2.3GHz/16GB/512GB for $1,850 in certified refurbished condition. As a comparison, it originally sold for $2,799 but typically is available around $2,200 where still in-stock. Today’s deal matches our previous mention. Apple’s 2019 MacBook Pro sports an Intel Core i9 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB internal SSD. Ships with four Thunderbolt 3 ports, Touch Bar, Touch ID, and more. Includes a one-year warranty.
Siri-enabled heating awaits
Amazon is currently offering the Emerson Sensi Touch HomeKit Thermostat for $128. Down from its $169 going rate that you’ll find at Home Depot, today’s offer amounts to 24% in savings, comes within $12 of the 2020 low, and is one of the best we’ve seen otherwise. Delivering support for all three major voice assistants, you’ll be able to integrate the Emerson Sensi Touch with Siri, Alexa, and Assistant. There’s also smartphone control for setting schedules and automations, as well. Or if you’d prefer to adjust temperature settings right from the thermostat itself, there’s a built-in touchscreen display.
Best trade-in deals
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