The M1 iPad Pro gets a 9 refurbishment discount on Friday’s Best Deals

The M1 iPad Pro gets a $399 refurbishment discount on Friday’s Best Deals

If you can believe it, it’s Friday again! We’re rounding up the best discounts for the weekend, of course, and today we’ve got three notable Apple deals. First, a $399 Discount has arrived on Apple’s 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro in a rare refurbished sale. This pairs perfectly with Twelve South’s versatile HoverBar Duo iPad stand $39and is complemented by this ongoing price drop on the updated Apple TV Siri Remote $50. Hit the jump for the best deals and more in the latest 9to5 toys Lunch break.

Apple’s 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro gets a $399 refurbishment discount

Woot is now discounting a selection of certified refurbished previous generation iPad models. It all starts with some extremely affordable offerings from $120however, our top pick is the 12.9-inch, 256GB M1 iPad Pro $799.99. After the original price of $1,199, this $399 discount hits a new all-time low. For comparison, the new M2 sibling currently retails for $1,169, making today’s price cut a more affordable option for a flagship tablet.

Even now that the new 2022 model has arrived, the previous-generation iPad Pro still offers a compelling iPadOS experience centered around a Liquid Retina XDR display with 1,600 nits of peak brightness and a ProMotion 120Hz refresh rate. Adding to that, of course, is an M1 chip that powers the experience, which is bolstered by Thunderbolt connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, Apple Pencil support, and Face ID. So if the differences between the new M2 and the older M1 models aren’t that important, today’s discount is a remarkable way to bring home a flagship tablet for far less. Dive into our hands-on test.

Save 35% on Twelve South’s versatile HoverBar Duo iPad stand

Twelve South’s official Amazon storefront is currently offering a discount for the HoverBar Duo iPad stand $39. From the $60 it typically fetches these days, you’re looking at 35% in savings. This is the second best price so far within $1.50 of November’s all-time low and the best we’ve seen since. This is also $9 below our previous holiday mention. Pairing with everything from Apple’s 12.9-inch flagship M2 iPad Pro to the compact iPad mini 6, the Twelve South HoverBar Duo is a versatile tablet accessory. As we’ve come to expect from Twelve South, there’s premium construction, which in this case is paired with three points of articulation to adjust your device’s viewing angle. And the HoverBar Duo lives up to its name, also having a 2-in-1 design that propped an iPad up on a desk or tucked under a cabinet. Take a closer look at our launch coverage.

Give your old Apple TV the refreshed Siri Remote at a discount of up to $50

Woot offers the latest Apple TV Siri Remote for $50. While you’d pay $59 regularly, today’s offer marks the first price drop in over a month and the lowest in about 10 months. It’s a rare opportunity to save in any case, but it also offers a $9 saving to mark the 2nd best price. As the newest companion to the Apple TV lineup, the new Siri Remote refreshes home theater control with an all-new design that ditches the touchscreen-enabled offerings of the past. If you’re still rocking one of Apple’s previous generation set-top boxes, this is a great way to upgrade the experience without swapping out the entire device. Get all the details in our hands-on coverage.

The best trade-in offers

9to5Mac also keeps track of the best trade-in deals for iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch and more each month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in offers if you decide to upgrade your device, or contact our trade-in partner directly if you’d like to recycle, trade-in or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way!

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