Friday’s best deals: iPhone 12/13 starting at $330, Sonos Super Bowl sale starting at $179, Beats Fit Pro, more

It’s Friday again, and as usual for these parts, we’re taking a look at the workweek’s best Apple deals. Heading into the weekend, we have three key offerings, led by the previous generation iPhone 12 and 13 smartphones. 330 dollars. That’s alongside the sonos Super Bowl sale, with rare discounts starting at £100. $179and an all-time low $150 on the latest Beats Fit Pro. Jump for all the best deals and more on the latest releases 9to5Toys Lunch break.

iPhone 13 hits $560 in Woot’s latest refresh Apple sale

At the end of today, Woot has launched its latest collection of certified refurbished Apple hardware discounts that feature the last two generations of iPhone models. Generally, shipping is free as always for Prime members, otherwise a $6 delivery fee applies. Top-of-sale iPhone 13 128GB now unlocked in one of four colors 560 dollars. You’re looking at an all-time low of $229, from the usual $799 going rate. That’s also $20 less than our pre-Black Friday promise.

Now the previous generation iPhone 13 comes in as an even better value thanks to today’s discount and is powered by the A15 Bionic chip. Along with the significantly improved battery life compared to previous models, there’s also the same angular design as last time to pair it with the Super Retina XDR display with a smaller notch. There’s also an upgraded camera experience with the newer Cinematic mode and improved sensors. Includes a 90-day warranty. Dive into our coverage at: 9to5Mac.

If you don’t mind stepping back a little further into the hall of Apple’s previous-generation smartphones, Woot is also marking four handsets in the iPhone 12 series lineup today. All of this still retains much of the same classic angular design as the new models above, with A14 Bionic chips under the hood and four different form factors. Each also at the best price we’ve seen from a refurbished unit.

Sonos Super Bowl sale live with rare deals starting at $179

Super Bowl Sunday is approaching, but there’s still plenty of time to gear up your home theater before the big game. You’ll find plenty of TV discounts already, but Sonos is stepping in today to make sure your home audio is under control. Anything that offers some rare chances to save overall is marked at second-best prices to date, if not matching all-time lows. Shipping is free everywhere. Our top pick is the Sonos Arc Smart Soundbar. 799 dollars. Normally bringing in $899, this has seen a price spike quite early in the pandemic and has only dropped lower than today’s price cut once before on Black Friday. This $100 discount is also the first since November.

Coming as the brand’s most capable smart soundbar, Sonos Arc offers eleven drivers in a stylish design for a streamlined home theater setup with Dolby Atmos, among all other essential elements of the ecosystem. This includes AirPlay 2 support, Trueplay audio, surround sound support, and integration with the rest of the Sonos speaker lineup.

If the Sonos Arc is overkill for your more modest home theater setup, a new addition to the lineup also saves money. The brand new Sonos Beam Gen 2 was launched in September 2021 and arrives as the brand’s newest smart soundbar. Normally $449, you can get one of the first discounts now. $399. It’s also an all-time low match during the holidays. You’re looking at a 5-driver design, equipped with the same compact form factor as its predecessor, alongside Dolby Atmos support. Otherwise, you’re looking at AirPlay 2, NFC, HDMI eARC, and all the usual Sonos features to create a home theater setup. You can also get some additional information about our launch coverage.

Beats Fit Pro with H1 chip and ANC has never been cheaper

Amazon is now discounting a selection of Beats true wireless earbuds with free card-wide shipping. An easy choice is the latest Beats Fit Pro H1 Headphones. 150 dollars in signature Beats Black, Sage Gray and flamboyant Stone Purple styles. No matter what color band you choose, today’s offer is down from the usual $200 going rate to not only save $50 but also provide an all-time low. This is still one of the first deals since Black Friday savings rolled over a few months ago, and it’s slashed those price cuts by an extra $10.

Beats Fit Pro

The Beats Fit Pro arrive as the brand’s newest flagship headphones and have never been this low since its fall release. There are IPX4 waterproof and wingtip designs that offer a true wireless design ready for training. Those in the Apple ecosystem will see the built-in H1 chip as the star of the show, providing Hey Siri support, along with quick pairing and more. Battery life runs at six hours, but the accompanying charging case will increase that to 24. You can see how it all stacks up in our hands-on review.

If you’re still fascinated by the workout focusing on the standout pair of headphones and also want to save some extra bucks, the Beats Flex Headphones are definitely worth a look instead. You will pay right now $49.99 With these workout aids available on Amazon that offer up to 12 hours of listening time on a single charge, sweat resistance, and a wired design that provides a more affordable fitness experience. Below $70, you’re looking at your first chance to save since November.

The best trade deals

9to5Mac it also tracks the best trade deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch and more every month. When you decide it’s time to upgrade your device, be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals, or go directly to our trade-in partner if you want to recycle, trade or sell your used devices for cash and support. 9to5Mac along the road!

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