This story is part of , our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.
Apple’s Macs are . On Nov. 10, Apple is expected to announce its next generation of computers. And unlike the desktops and laptops it’s sold for the past 14 years, these new computers . Instead, Apple will be using one similar to the chips that power the iPhone and iPad.
While we know some things about, including that they’ll be able to run iPhone and iPad apps, there are still a lot of questions. Among them, Apple hasn’t laid out exactly how fast its new chips are when compared to a comparable Intel-powered computer. Apple also hasn’t discussed what other changes it’ll make to its desktop and laptop computers, though it’s expected they’ll be more power efficient.
All told, Apple’s event promises to be interesting. It’s the third big product unveiling that Apple has held this fall. And it’s online due to the ongoing and more than 1.2 million people have died from it. The event will also be coming just a week after the .. There have been more than 46.8 million confirmed cases of the virus worldwide
While the Mac will be a key product at Apple’s event, and likely what most people focus their attention on, the company may have other devices to show off. Those include new AirPods Studio, as well as the company’s to find your lost keys, among other things. And in a long-shot possibility, a , which Apple still hasn’t publicly discussed.called
Apple’s online-only event follows the company’s announcements in September, and in October for its .
Apple’s online-only event will be on Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. GMT, and Nov. 11 at 5 a.m. AEDT. (Sorry, Australia.)
You’ll be able to stream Apple’s event straight from the company’s website.
What we can expect
Apple’s digital events are fast-paced, but they are also packed with info. And expect high production values. For the HomePod Mini announcement, Apple built a multi-floor faux house.
The best Black Friday phone deals now: Galaxy S20, Pixel 5, iPhone 12 and more – Tom's Guide
Black Friday phone deals
Black Friday deals are here to give you a deal before or after your Thanksgiving dinner. And the discounts are so strong and varied that it’s both a bit difficult to keep up and it’s also the ideal time to get a new phone.
We’ve found excellent Black Friday phone deals from both retailers and carriers alike, and they’re putting all sorts of phones on sale. That means everything from the brand new iPhone 12 all the way to the budget Moto G Power are cheaper than before. So, no matter if you’re getting something for yourself or a family member (or both) you don’t even have to look very hard to find the right deal you’re looking for.
We’ve been on the hunt for phone deals of all kinds, and you can check out the best of them below. Also make sure to come back over the weekend for the first wave of early Cyber Monday deals, and check out our roundup of dedicated iPhone 12 Black Friday deals if you want Apple’s latest and greatest.
Best Black Friday phone deals now
iPhone Black Friday deals
iPhone SE: was $399 now $149 @ AT&T
AT&T offers the easiest way to save big on the iPhone SE. New and existing customers merely need to trade in an eligible phone and sign up for one of the carrier’s unlimited data plans. That cuts the cost of the iPhone SE to $5 a month over 30 months, so you’ll pay $149 instead of the full $399 cost of Apple’s phone.View Deal
iPhone 12: free Bose headphones + $150 GC @ Visible
Black Friday deals have arrived at Visible. For a limited time, Visible is offering new customers deals on all iPhone 12 models. Each deal includes a free prepaid Mastercard and Bose SoundsLink II Wireless Headphones. You’ll pay slightly more than list price for each iPhone, but you’ll get more than reimbursed via the headphones and prepaid Mastercard. Gift cards range from $100 for the iPhone 12 mini to $200 for the iPhone 12 Pro Max. View Deal
iPhone 12 mini: was $699 now free @ AT&T
AT&T is offering $700 in bill credits when you buy a new iPhone 12 model and trade-in your old phone. That $700 covers the cost of a new iPhone 12 mini. This deal is open to new and existing AT&T customers. It’s one of the best Black Friday deals you’ll find on Apple’s new phone. View Deal
iPhone 12 Pro: Save $950 with new line, trade in @ T-Mobile
The iPhone 12 Pro delivers the best cameras on any phone along with a stellar display and unbeatable performance. And T-Mobile offers up to $950 off both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro Max. You need to activate a new line on an eligible plan and trade in an eligible iPhone in good condition. View Deal
iPhone XR (64GB): $5/month when you switch @ Verizon
If you needed a reason to jump ship and sign up with Verizon, this is it. The iPhone XR may be an older model, but it’s still a great phone. And for $5 a month when you bring your own phone number, it’s a great way to save even more.View Deal
Samsung Black Friday phone deals
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G: was $699 now $549 @ Amazon
If you’d rather have an unlocked Galaxy S20 FE, head to Amazon. You have to pay for the phone in full for the privilege, but it’s currently $150 off the usual price, making a great value phone an even better bargain.View Deal
Galaxy Note 10 Plus: was $1,099 now $649 @ MS Store
The Note 10 Plus boasts plenty of great features, such as the signature S Pen with new air gestures, lengthy battery life, fast charging, and a huge 6.8-inch AMOLED display. It’s now on sale for an insanely low $649 at the MS Store. View Deal
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G: was $999 now $799 @ Amazon
The Galaxy S21 may be coming pretty early next year, but that doesn’t make the S20 any less of a great phone. You get a colorful 6.2-inch OLED display, very good cameras and a 120Hz refresh rate for $200 off the normal price over at Amazon.View Deal
Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: was $1,299 now $1,049 @ Amazon
Want something newer than the Note 10 Plus, and more powerful than the Galaxy S20? The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is your best bet, and it’s currently $250 off when you buy an unlocked handset at Amazon.View Deal
Save up to $750 on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series @ Best Buy
Head to Best Buy if you want to save on the Note 20 series. You can save up to $450 with activation at Verizon, plus an additional $300 with any qualified trade-in. AT&T and Sprint have Note 20 activation deals at Best Buy as well.View Deal
Galaxy Z Fold 2: was $1,999 now $999 @ Samsung
Samsung’s flagship foldable phone is 50% off in this epic Black Friday deal. Currently, when you buy a new Galaxy Z Fold 2 and trade in an eligible device, you’ll get 50% off the Galaxy Z Fold 2. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 features a main 7.6-inch 120Hz display, 6.2-inch 60Hz cover display, Snapdragon 865 Plus CPU, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and three 12MP rear camera lenses. View Deal
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G: was $1,449 now $1,249 @ Amazon
If the Z Fold 2’s foldable tablet display isn’t for you, then maybe the foldable flip phone design is instead. The 6.7-inch AMOLED display is powered by a Snapdragon 865+, and comes with 8GB of RAM, a 3,300 mAh battery, and 256GB of storage.View Deal
More Black Friday phone deals
Moto e (PrePaid): was $99 now $59 @ Walmart
If spending hundreds of dollars on a phone, whatever the reason, check the Moto e from Straight Talk. They’ve knocked $40 off the price, making a cheap phone even cheaper, and what you get isn’t too bad. It has a 13MP dual camera, 32GB of storage, a 6.2″ HD display, a 3,550 mAh battery, along with a Snapdragon 632 processor and 2GB of RAM.View Deal
Google Pixel 5 (Verizon): was $699 now $499 @ Best Buy
Save $200 off the cost of a Pixel 5, provided you activate your phone with Verizon. You can pay it all upfront, or split it into 24 monthly payments of $20.83 instead. This is easily the best Android camera phone. View Deal
Pixel 5: was $699 now $599 @ Best Buy
That’s not the only Pixel 5 deal at Best Buy. You can save $100 on the Pixel 5 when you activate the phone with other wireless carriers. Getting the phone unlocked will still save you $50 off its regular price.View Deal
OnePlus 8 Pro: was $999 now $799 @ Amazon
There’s no OnePlus 8T Pro right now, so if you want the best flagship OnePlus has to offer this is your best bet. This is the 256GB model, unlocked, and $200 off the normal price in Amazon’s Black Friday sale. OnePlus is selling the phone for the same price.View Deal
Motorola Razr 5G (2020): was $1,399 now $999 @ Amazon
Motorola’s first foldable had some problems, but the 2020 model goes a long way towards fixing them — and it includes 5G while. With this deal you get 6.2-inch foldable display, a 2.7-inch exterior Quick View display, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, 15W fast charging, a 48MP camera, all powered by a Snapdragon 765G. It even has a headphone jack.View Deal
Microsoft Surface Duo: was $1,399 now $1,099 @ BestBuy
Get Microsoft’s dual-screen phone for $300 less than usual, and unlocked to boot. You will need to activate the phone with a carrier for the full savings, but the fact you get to choose is better than being forced into it.View Deal
UK Black Friday phone deals
Google Pixel 4a: was £349 now £319 (save £30) @ Currys
Save on the latest affordable Google phone, which we think is a shockingly good value for its price. While this model doesn’t have 5G, it still comes with a 5.8-inch AMOLED display, a 12.2MP main camera, an 8MP front camera, and a 3,140 mAh battery life. If you need a new phone on a budget, this is the deal for you.
OnePlus Nord: was £469 now £378 @ Amazon
While no longer OnePlus’s cheapest handset, it’s still pretty affordable, especially when you knock this much off the total price. The OnePlus Nord is the perfect phone for enjoying premium features for a not-so premium price. View Deal
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite: was £579 now £479 @ Amazon
Everyone might be going on about the S20 FE, or even the Galaxy S21, but there’s still something to be had in last year’s cheap flagship. It’s everything you could want from a Samsung, only using last year’s chips, and costing a fraction of the price.View Deal
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (128GB): was £599 now £499 (save £100) @ Currys
Another 4G-only phone, but since it’s such great value you can probably ignore that. If you want the best of the Galaxy S flagship, but don’t want to pay for the flashiest model, the S20 FE is for you. It mixes great features with a low price, making for a phone anyone can be happy with.View Deal
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G: was £699 now £599 (save £100) @ Currys
If you have 5G, or you want to be ready for when it arrives, then this is the Black Friday phone deal for you. The S20 FE 5G is the exact same phone, except it can connect to 5G networks; a feature that adds £100 to the price tag. View Deal
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G (128GB): was £899 now £649 (save £250) @ Currys
If you want 5G, or you want a bit more than the S20 FE can offer, try the original Galaxy S20. It’s got a better camera and screen, as well as a more premium design. Obviously it costs more, but since it’s nearly a year old (and it’s Black Friday) you can save yourself a bundle.View Deal
OnePlus 8 Pro: was £799 now £599 @ Amazon
The OnePlus 8 Pro is the Chinese phone maker’s top smartphone, and for good reason. It offers a powerful Snapdragon 865, a quad-rear camera array, 120Hz QHD display and a rather lovely design. And there’s 5G connectivity to boot. You can save £200 on the unlocked model that comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.View Deal
Black Friday deals: quick links
- Amazon Black Friday sales: save on Fire TVs, Lego, Fitbit
- Adidas: up to 80% off hoodies, sneakers @ Amazon
- AirPods Pro: was $249 now $199 @ Amazon
- Vizio 55″ OLED 4K TV: was $1,299 now $899 @ Best Buy
- Alienware: up to $730 off gaming rigs
- Apple Watch SE: was $279 now $229 @ Amazon
- Best Buy: smart TVs as low as $79
- Chewy: up to 50% off pet supplies
- Cleaning supplies: spend $40, get $10 off @ Amazon
- Dell: laptop deals from $349
- Fitbit sale: up to $50 off @ Amazon (today only!)
- HP sale: up to 60% off all laptops
- Lego: spend $50, get $10 off @ Amazon
- Microsoft: up to $900 off Surface, Xbox, more
- Mixbook: 50% off all photo books via “REVHLDY20”
- Nintendo Switch w/ Mario Kart: $299 @ Best Buy
- PS5 console: check stock @ Amazon
- Purple: up to $400 off mattress + bundle @ Purple
- Roku sale: 4K streamers from $24 @ Amazon
- Sony PS5: sign-ups available @ Amazon
- Verizon: free iPhone 12 w/ Unlimited
- Video games: buy 3 for the price of 2 @ Amazon
- Walmart: big-screen TVs, laptops, more from $278
Apple’s 10.2-inch iPad is up to $70 off in Best Buy’s Black Friday sale – The Verge
Best Buy is offering a pair of great deals on Apple’s recently-released 10.2-inch iPad, with offers of up to $70 off. The retailer has knocked $50 off the price of the base 32GB model, which is now $280 compared to its usual asking price of $330. Meanwhile the 128GB model, which is the model we recommended most people should buy, is $70 less than its usual price of $430 at $360. It’s the lowest price we’ve seen the 128GB model sell for since its launch.
Apple’s 10.2-inch iPad sits at the bottom of its tablet lineup, but it’s still very good at doing the kinds of things iPads have always done well. This year’s model comes with a faster A12 Bionic processor that means the tablet still feels fast and sprightly to use, even if its outward appearance is starting to look a little bit dated. It lacks some of the features of more expensive iPads like a USB-C port or a 120Hz screen, but depending on your needs that might not matter. Here’s how Dieter summed up the performance of the tablet in his review:
“As I use it, I am continuously impressed with how well the iPad works and how much I can do with it. No other computer makes it as easy or as fun to bounce from editing photos to playing games to kicking back and watching some Netflix. And though there’s a bit of a learning curve, even this iPad can be used to do real work.”
If you want to grab the deal, head on over to Best Buy’s site. Here’s a link to the 32GB model, and here’s a link to the 128GB version. Otherwise, check out our guide to Best Buy’s best Black Friday discounts, our roundup of the best Black Friday Apple deals, and our page on the best early Black Friday deals overall.
Amazon dumps driver who drove off with boy's birthday PS5 – Eurogamer.net
Amazon says it will no longer work with a courier who drove off with at least one of the company’s many missing PlayStation 5 consoles.
The unnamed driver was captured on CCTV by Oxfordshire mum Jenni Walker, who had bought a PS5 as a birthday gift for her son.
Speaking to Eurogamer this afternoon, Walker said her son – who turned 16 the day PS5 launched in the UK – had not wanted the driver to get into any trouble.
But CCTV footage, shared on social media by Walker’s husband Richard, appears to show the driver handling a large PS5-shaped box at the back of his van. After delivering other packages, the driver then puts the big box back and drives away.
The Walker family initially contacted Amazon, and went through a similar process with customer support I’ve now heard dozens of times in the past week from the many, many people similarly affected.
In short, Amazon initially said it would investigate, gave some hope of a replacement being delivered, then later issued a refund.
Walker told me she, like many others I’ve spoken to, tried to refuse a refund for some time, believing this would end the contract between her and Amazon, and their responsibility to deliver the console she’d paid for.
She was initially offered a £5 gift voucher in compensation, though this was eventually raised to £50.
Walker’s daughter, meanwhile, drove in person to the local Amazon depot and confronted the site’s boss with the CCTV footage, saying it showed one of his drivers speeding away with the £450 next-gen console. The site’s boss confirmed the driver shown on camera was one of his employees, and said they would be fired.
“We have very high standards for our delivery service providers and how they serve customers,” Amazon said today in a statement to Walker’s local paper, Oxford Mail, which also picked up the story. “The delivery associate will no longer be delivering on behalf of Amazon.”
As for Walker and her son, the hunt is on again for another PS5 – though she has decided to avoid the scalpers on eBay. Not only are the consoles there overpriced, but it may be that’s where her son’s original PS5 ended up.
Last week, Amazon promised to “put it right” for every PlayStation 5 customer who did not receive the console they’d paid for, after many received alternative items or simply nothing at all.
Yesterday, we checked in with some of those affected to see how things are going, and if Amazon had kept its word…
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