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Apple’s Black Friday deals go live in Australia: free gift card with select iPhone, iPad, AirPods and Mac purchases

[2019-11-28 13:05:01]

Apple’s Black Friday shopping event is now live in Australia, which gives a glimpse of what we can expect to see around the world when Apple’s promotions begin in the United States on Friday. As expected, Apple is giving gift cards of value up to $200 USD ($320 AUD) with select older iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, AirPods, Apple Watch and Mac purchases. The post Apple’s Black Friday deals go live in Australia: free gift card with select iPhone, iPad, AirPods and Mac purchases appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple’s Black Friday deals go live in Australia: free gift card with select iPhone, iPad, AirPods and Mac purchases


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