iPhone 14 Pro Max on sale, plus more – 9to5Mac

All of today’s best deals are now headlined by 9to5Toys sharing a $179 discount on the iPhone 14 Pro Max with its Dynamic Island in tow. That rare offer is joined by one of the best price cuts yet on a stainless steel Apple Watch Series 8 at $137 off. We’re also tracking an all-time low markdown on one of our favorite portable chargers, with Anker’s PowerCore 24K power bank sporting a 140W USB-C port at $100. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
The very first chance to score a refurbished iPhone 14 Pro Max on sale has arrived. At least when it comes to a model from a trusted refurbisher, that is. Courtesy of Woot today, the savings arrive on an unlocked 128GB version of Apple’s latest massive handset at $920. Normally fetching $1,099, today’s offer is landing as the first discount we’ve seen from the retailer at $179 off. It comes in four different designs and is now a new all-time low for those who want to bring home a new handset with some savings attached before Apple debuts the iPhone 15 Pro Max in a few months time.
iPhone 14 Pro Max is Apple’s most capable smartphone to date. Everything comes centered around the 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display that’s backed by not just ProMotion or an always-on panel but also the new Dynamic Island module. An A16 Bionic chip makes sure to power the device to drive every pixel to all of that screen real estate, while the 3-lens camera system around back brings that same fidelity to your photos thanks to a 48 MP main sensor. Apple also applies the same entirely new emergency SOS via satellite connectivity and crash detection tech as you’ll find across the rest of the 14 series lineup.
Amazon is now offering the Apple Watch Series 8 45mm GPS + Cellular Stainless Steel style for $612. Down from $749, you’re now looking at the best price in three months as well as the third-best price to date at $137 off. This comes within $49 of the 2023 low set back at the beginning of April, where it was on sale as part of a 1-day sale. There are some other stainless steal designs getting in on the savings today, too.
Apple Watch Series 8 arrives as the brand’s next-generation wearable that steps up to deliver Apple’s most comprehensive fitness tracking experience yet. Well, aside from the new Ultra model, that is. Sporting an always-on display, you’ll find a new S8 chip powering the experience which drives the improved gyroscope and accelerometer to enable crash detection. The onboard temperature sensor pairs with overnight sleep tracking, as well as the onboard heart rate sensor, ECG capabilities, and blood oxygen monitoring. And of course, all of these arrive with cellular connectivity.
Just before the new Anker Prime power banks are slated to go up for pre-order later on in the week, Amazon today is now offering the best discount ever on the existing flagship portable charger from the brand. The Anker PowerCore 24K now sells for $100 following a rare discount that takes 33% off. It has been trending at $160 as of late, but the discount today does land from the original $150 MSRP. In any case, today’s offer is one of the first times this year we’ve seen it sell for this price, which is $20 under previous mentions.
Having just hit the scene late last fall, Anker’s new portable battery quickly won over our hearts at 9to5Toys, as well as our readers too. It arrives as the brand’s most capable solution yet with a 140W USB-C PD output, which lets it effortlessly refuel an M1 Pro MacBook, as well as iPhones, iPads, and more without breaking a sweat. There’s also a built-in display for monitoring charging stats in real time. Once again, be sure to get the full story in our Tested with 9to5Toys review.
delivers the best M1 iMac companion on the market. The aluminum desktop dock is unlike anything else out there, and now it’s a bit more affordable too thanks to an Amazon discount that’s offering the best price of the year. Amazon right now offers its Prime members the Satechi USB-C Slim Dock for M1 iMac at $97.99 shipped. Now clocking in as a new all-time low, this is $52 off the usual $150 price tag. It’s $14 under our previous mention and the first time we’ve ever see it drop below $100. 
Delivering a unique color-matched design to Apple’s latest M1 iMac, Satechi’s USB-C Slim Dock has a unique footprint that rests on top of the desktop’s stand. Blending right in, it offers some side-mounted I/O like SD card readers as well as USB-C and USB-A ports. Then on the back you’ll find two more Type-A slots to go alongside the internal NVMe SSD enclosure.
Amazon is now offering the Case-Mate Fuel Brites 30W USB-C GaN II Charger for $17.10. Shipping is free for Prime members or in orders over $25. Normally fetching $30, today’s 20% discount is landing as the first chance to save in 2 months. It’s the third-best offer of the year, as well. There are also other styles starting atunder $20 or less. Arriving in one of four different colors, Case-Mate’s latest charger arrives with some retro flair thanks to translucent designs straight out of the 1990s and early 2000s. It features a 30W output over the single USB-C port and comes backed by GaN technology. There’s notably a folding plug design to complete the package that you can read all about in our Tested with 9to5Toys review.
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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