Incredible price drops issued on Apple’s 2019 MacBook Pro, iPad, iMac

While Apple’s new iPhone 11 is making headlines this weekend, folks shopping for a Mac or iPad can pick up some of the year’s best prices on popular configurations. Save on everything from the brand-new 10.2-inch iPad (7th generation) to 2019 MacBook Pros, with savings of up to $ 550 off. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Amazon drops Apple’s current 15″ MacBook Pro to $1,999 ($400 off), plus $300 off 2018 13″ MacBook Pros

In what amounts to the steepest discount available on Apple’s six-core 15-inch MacBook Pro, Amazon has issued a $ 400 price drop on the standard model in Space Gray. Apple’s current quad-core 13-inch MacBook Pros are also $ 200 to $ 300 off, with prices starting at $ 1,599. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

New price drops: Loaded 2017 MacBook Pros up to $1,500 off with no tax collected outside NY & NJ

Apple authorized reseller Adorama has slashed prices on loaded Mid 2017 MacBook Pros even further, with 1TB models starting at just $ 1,799. These units are factory sealed in box with free shipping and no tax collected on orders shipped outside New York and New Jersey. Quantities are limited and these discounts are limited to […]

Latest Price Drops: 256GB 9.7″ iPad Pro for $599 ($200 off); iMacs from $929; $350-$1,000 off Touch Bar MacBook Pros with no tax in 48 states

Apple authorized reseller Adorama has just launched additional price drops, including $ 200 off the 256GB 9.7-inch iPad Pro in Rose Gold. Apple’s Late 2016 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros are also up to $ 1,000 off instantly, while iMacs start at just $ 929 with no tax outside NY and NJ. AppleInsider – Frontpage […]

Apple takes 5th place in US reputation survey as Samsung drops to 49th place following Note 7 recall

Each year, Harris Polls runs rankings of the top 100 “most visible” companies operating in the United States, ranking them by their reputation among customers who participate in the survey. This year, in a survey of 30,000 customers, Apple has taken the 5th spot. more… Filed under: Apple 9to5Mac