Apple MagSafe Battery Pack hits $85, iPhone 13/Pro/Max from $520 … – 9to5Mac

If you’re not upgrading to iPhone 15 and going all-in on USB-C, a clearance offer is rolling out to Apple’s official MagSafe Battery Pack at $85 with its Lightning port in tow. But if you still want to upgrade to a more recent handset, new all-time lows land on refurbished iPhone 13/Pro/Max handsets from $520. Regardless, Anker’s 15W MagSafe charging cube at $120 should be on the top of your list for using StandBy. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Amazon is now offering a chance to save on Apple’s official MagSafe Battery Pack following the announcement last week that it would be discontinued. Likely one of the last chances to save before stock runs out, you can now bring home the first-party accessory for $85. Down from $99, you’re looking at $14 in savings alongside the third-best price of the year. This comes within $1 of our previous mention and is the first chance to save in over a month. Not making the cut into Apple’s now post-Lightning world, the official accessory is still a great option for iPhone 14 owners who aren’t going to be switching over to an all USB-C setup just yet.
The 5,000mAh internal battery is backed by a magnetic ring to snap right onto the back of your smartphone. This being an official accessory from Apple also means that it has a trick up its sleeve that other MagSafe power banks out there can’t match, with the usual 7.5W output being paired with the ability to deliver a full 15W charging experience to your iPhone when plugged into another power source over USB-C. And in true Apple fashion, it has a slick white plastic shell that will work with everything from Apple’s mini handsets all the way up to its Pro Max releases. Dive into our first impressions post for a closer look.
If you’re not ready to drop the cash on Apple’s new iPhone 15 – even with the enticing pre-order deals live right now – but still want a new handset, we have you covered with a sale on the iPhone 13 series. Marking new lows across three of the handsets in certified refurbished condition, the iPhone 13 Pro headlines the sale with a drop down to $629.99 Prime shipped. Delivery will run you $6 otherwise. Down from the original $999 price tag, you’re now looking at $369 in savings. This is a new all-time low at $50 under our previous mention, too. Head below for more.
Apple’s previous-generation iPhone 13 Pro comes centered around the A15 Bionic chip like other handsets in the series, which powers the 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion. There’s all of the usual staples from Apple like Face ID, Cinematic mode video recording, and MagSafe charging. Dive into our coverage over at 9to5Mac for a closer look and then head below for a breakdown on the pricing for the whole lineup.
Through the end of the day, Amazon is marking down an assortment of Anker charging accessories. Shipping is free across the board or in orders over $25. A favorite has the new Anker 15W 3-in-1 MagSafe Cube marked down to $120. Normally fetching $150, today’s offer amounts to $30 in savings and the second-best price this year. It’s $7.50 under our previous mention and clocking in at within $8 of the low from back on Prime Day.
As Anker’s first 15W MagSafe charger, its new 3-in-1 Cube just hit the scene earlier this year with the ability to refuel your entire Apple kit in one compact design. The cube folds out to offer not just a true 15W MagSafe pad, but also a Fast Charger-ready Apple Watch dock and a secondary 5W Qi pad for AirPods. This has been a staple on my nightstand since our review went live, and it’s easily my favorite MagSafe charger on the market – as you’ll find in our roundup of the best StandBy mounts.
Only the second-ever discount is landing on the beloved Apple Polishing Cloth. The highly-coveted accessory launched back in the fall of 2021, and has only ever been on sale once before. Now marking its first drop in 2023 and to a new all-time low might we add, the Apple Polishing Cloth now sells for $17 at Amazon. Down from $19, this is a rare chance to save in the first place while delivering a cleaning experience certified by Tim Cook himself. Head below for the full rundown.
Compatible for everything from the latest M2 iPad Pros to MacBooks, iPhones, and Apple Watches, the Apple Polishing Cloth is a versatile way to clean all kinds of screens and unibody aluminum chassis alike. With almost two years of jokes and hype at this point, you should certainly be sold on today’s all-time low discount. But if for some reason you still need some convincing, our hands-on review breaks this must-have accessory down even further.
Amazon is now offering the Belkin Apple Watch Fast Charger for $51. Normally fetching $60, today’s discount is a well-timed chance to save on the perfect Apple Watch Series 9 accessory. It’s $9 off and landing as the third-best discount of the year. Designed to support the most recent Series 9 or Apple Watch Ultra 2 and their faster charging speeds, this nightstand companion sports a premium design that has a fold up charging puck for refueling in Nightstand Mode or just laying your wearable down flat. It’ll also work with older Apple Watch models, you just won’t get the faster charging speeds on any of them before Series 7. There’s no wall adapter in the box, but the charger itself uses a 1.2-meter USB-C cable that rounds out the package
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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