Are you an iGadget fan? Well, gear up for Friday because Apple will have its annual Black Friday Sale.
The company teased its customers earlier this week about the said “discount day” on one Australian online Apple store. And yesterday, as pcmag.com related, it already confirmed the “one-day Apple shopping event” happening on November 23rd.
Apple’s Black Friday deals will be available on its online stores and brick-and-mortar shops for 24 hours. Online, customers will see the deals just shortly after midnight on Friday. On the other hand, they will be available on Apple stores all over the country from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. instead of the usual store hours of 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ever the secretive, in its teaser, the company did not specify which gadgets will be discounted and for how much. However, looking into its Black Friday deals for the past two years, you could expect a discount between $31-$41 for its iPod Touchs, $101 on its Macs and $41-$61 on its iPads.
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“Apple today confirmed that it will once again participate in the Black Friday madness. But unlike some of its retail rivals, Cupertino is not going crazy; Black Friday deals will only run on the Friday after Thanksgiving – not Black Friday eve or a week before like Walmart, Amazon, and other firms.
“This Friday, there’s something for everyone. Including you,” Apple wrote in an email to customers this morning. “Prepare your gift list: The one-day Apple shopping event is this Friday, November 23.”
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Apple gadgets are the top choices of most tech customers. And so, the iPhones, iPads, iPod Touchs and iMacs are surely high on the list of everyone’s holiday shopping list. So this Friday, if you intend to join the Apple shopping spree better be ready to quickly make your purchases or you’ll be left with nothing to get.
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