Black Friday may be over, but Cyber Monday is only just beginning – and so are a whole host of new deals. Our expert team has scoured the net and researched prices for the very best Cyber Monday on the iPhone 11, iPhone 12 and even the brand new iPhone 13.
Vodafone had some of the best deals across most iPhone models over Black Friday, and the offers extend right through to the end of Cyber Monday – which means there’s still a chance to save 50% on a smartwatch connectivity plan with the iPhone 13.
Vodafone faces tough competition this Cyber Monday, so make sure you compare all the deals below to find the plan that is right for you, with Three, Virgin Media, Sky Mobile, O2 also getting in on the price-slashing action.
Those who are looking for a plan, however, could do a lot worse than Three, who are still offering six months half price on the new iPhone 13 Pro as well as a £100 voucher if you swap from another network, while Virgin Media are offering great bundle deals for a few more days, including the iPhone 13 from £30 a month with no upfront cost (36-month plan).
However, if you’d like your iPhone 13 with all-you-can-eat data, then iD Mobile are still offering one of the lowest-priced deals around, including unlimited data, minutes and texts for £39.99 per month and £29 upfront (24-month plan).
Here are the best iPhone Cyber Monday deals available today, as well as our thoughts and advice on which of the many models is right for you. If you’re purchasing outright, take a look at our best Cyber Monday SIM-only deals, and browse the sales at Amazon, Currys, AO, Argos and Very.
iPhone 13 Cyber Monday deals highlights at a glance
It’s been a good Black Friday weekend for iPhone 13 deals – here are some of the best offers still going this Cyber Monday:
- Three | iPhone 13 Pro 128GB, unlimited data, minutes and texts |
£71£35.50 per month (for the first six months), plus £69 upfront. 24-month plan, plus a £100 gift card for switching from another network.
- Sky | iPhone 13 128GB, 60GB of data (
£30£15), unlimited calls and texts | £42 per month in total on a 24-month plan.
- iD Mobile | Phone 13 128GB, unlimited data, minutes and texts | £39.99 a month, £29 upfront, 24-month plan. £50 off.
When do Cyber Monday iPhone deals end?
Long gone are the days when Cyber Monday deals end at midnight – the time that Cyber Monday deals end depends on each individual retailer. For example, Vodafone and Sky have countdown timers showing that their deals will end at midnight on Cyber Monday, while Virgin Media has confirmed their offers will run through Wednesday 1st December.
If you have your eye on a particular deal, it is worth checking the retailer’s website to see when their deals expire. However, not every website states when their offers end, and products may well run out of stock – so it may be safer to purchase your iPhone on Cyber Monday just to be sure!
Cyber Monday iPhone contract deals available now
If 50-60GB of data sounds like plenty to you, then here are the best deals on mid-range data iPhone contracts. Unlimited data prices are in the table below, while handset-only deals are in the next section of the article.
Best iPhone Cyber Monday deals with 50-60GB data:
Best iPhone Cyber Monday deals with unlimited data:
Vodafone Cyber Monday iPhone deals
- iPhone 13 | From £43 per month with £29 up-front (50% off a smartwatch connectivity plan)
- iPhone 13 Pro | From £57 per month with £49 up-front
- iPhone 12 Pro Max | From £43 per month with £19 up-front (plus save £312 on your airtime plan)
- iPhone SE | From £25 per month with £19 up-front
Three Cyber Monday iPhone deals
- iPhone 13 Pro 128GB, unlimited data, minutes and texts |
£71£35.50 per month (for the first six months), plus £69 upfront. 24-month plan, plus £100 gift card for switching from another network.
- iPhone 13 128GB, unlimited data, minutes and texts |
£62 £49£31 per month (for the first six months), plus £49 upfront. 24-month plan, plus £100 gift card for switching from another network.
- iPhone 12 64GB, 100GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts |
£49£24.50 per month (for the first six months), plus £29 upfront. 24-month plan.
EE Cyber Monday iPhone deals
Virgin Media Cyber Monday iPhone deals
- iPhone 13 128GB, plus iPad: 100GB data, minutes and texts | £66 per month, £0 upfront. 24-month plan
- iPhone 12 64GB, plus Watch Series 3: 100GB data, minutes and texts | £54 per month, £0 upfront. 24-month plan
- iPhone 12 64GB, plus AirPods: 100GB data, minutes and texts | £51 per month, £0 upfront. 24-month plan
- iPhone 12 64GB, plus AirTags: 100GB data, minutes and texts | £46.50 per month, £0 upfront. 24-month plan
- iPhone 11 64GB, plus Watch Series 3: 100GB data, minutes and text | £45 per month, £0 upfront. 24-month plan
- iPhone 13 128GB, 100GB data, unlimited minutes and texts | £46.50 per month, £0 upfront. 24-month plan
Sky Mobile Cyber Monday iPhone deals
Sky Mobile offered 50% off its 60GB data plans on any smartphone as part of its Black Friday deals – a deal that is continuing throughout Cyber Monday. You may have to hurry though, the offer ends at midnight tonight:
Mobiles.co.uk Cyber Monday iPhone deals
The Mobiles.co.uk Black Friday sale is not offering too much money off the handsets but is instead boosting the data plans – however, be aware that deals end at 8am today.
iD Mobile Black Friday iPhone deals
Currys, via its subsidiary iD Mobile, is offering one of the top iPhone 13 deals we have spotted so far.
Best iPhone handset only deals available now
If you’d rather not have a chunky monthly payment, you can always, of course, avoid the contract route and purchase a handset outright if the budget stretches. Handset-only prices tend to not receive as much of a discount as contracts, though we’ve discovered a few deals that would go great with a sim-only deal.
The iPhone 13 is the latest model and boasts a more powerful A15 Bionic chip and improved battery life, though, in our iPhone 12 review, we gave the phone four and a half stars, and it is still well worth purchasing. There’s more detail on the differences below, but if your mind is made up, here are the best Cyber Monday deals:
iPhone 13 handset-only Cyber Monday deals
- John Lewis: claim up to £300 when trading in an old iPhone
We have been tracking iPhone 13 availability and where to buy in the UK as the mobile has been one of the many products to experience home delivery delays, so it is worth checking stock and delivery times.
Which Apple iPhone should you buy?
Announced in September, the big selling point of the latest iPhone model is a powerful new A15 chipset and improved battery life. We give the mobile four and a half stars in our iPhone 13 review, praising the clear display, high-end camera setup and great battery life.
There are four variations of the iPhone 13 – the mini, standard iPhone 13, Pro and Pro Max. As well as price, each model varies slightly in terms of screen size and camera setup, so it’s worth considering whether you would like any premium features.
The iPhone 13 starts at £779:
The iPhone 13 mini starts at £679:
The iPhone 13 Pro starts at £949:
The iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at £1,049:
It may be a year old now, but the iPhone 12 holds up well and is still an excellent purchase in 2021. The iPhone 13 boasts new features such as a faster processor and improved cameras, but it’s not a revolutionary upgrade that makes the iPhone 12 obsolete.
See our iPhone 13 vs iPhone 12 page for an in-depth look at the differences between the two phones, but we’re still very impressed with the iPhone 12, which bagged four and a half stars in our full iPhone 12 review.
At the cost of a few features, the iPhone 12 is somewhat cheaper than the iPhone 13 – and has seen a few deals now a newer model is available. We’ll keep you updated with the latest and greatest discounts throughout Cyber Monday.
The iPhone 12 now starts at £679:
The iPhone 12 mini now starts at £579:
Apple itself no longer stocks the iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max, but you can still pick up deals elsewhere.
The iPhone 11 is the outlier here in terms of design and looks, but it still stands up well as a handset two years on from its 2019 release. Of course, if you want the very, very latest thing – this isn’t it. But the phone works well, and its A13 Bionic chip makes for a smooth user experience.
The main omission of the iPhone 11 is 5G and MagSafe, which were introduced on its successor, the iPhone 12. So if that level of connectivity is a major sticking point for you as a user, this isn’t the phone for you. Take a look at our iPhone 11 vs iPhone 12 rundown for more info, or find buying links below.
The iPhone 11 is now priced from £489:
The iPhone SE is the best option for those on a tighter budget, but it’s still an impressive handset in many ways. It carries the same A13 Bionic chip from the iPhone 11, a very good 12MP camera and a great display.
The iPhone SE is now priced from £389:
Should you buy an iPhone 13, 12 or 11?
There are a lot of factors in play when deciding which series of iPhone to choose. It’s worth taking a look at the features and specs of the new iPhone 13 and comparing them to what you actually need. Do you want the very latest specs, or is the iPhone 12 still more than enough to keep you happy?
If you’re deciding which generation of iPhone to buy, read our iPhone 13 vs iPhone 12 guide. As we detailed in our iPhone 12 review, last year’s smartphone is no slouch: it’s compatible with MagSafe accessories, has a fantastic high-res display, fast A14 Bionic chip, 5G, wireless charging, good drop protection and more.
But the same can also be said for the even older iPhone 11 – which lacks 5G but still has a stunning screen, Qi wireless charging and a reliable camera setup. It won’t be the latest and greatest Apple phone, but not everyone actually needs that.
While the iPhone 12 (64GB) has an RRP of £799, it is down to £649 on Amazon. And if you can settle for the iPhone 11, even better. Last year, the iPhone 11 – which had an RRP of £729 when it was released in 2019 – was discounted to £489 (64GB) at Currys.
If you want to know the key differences between the two older Apple phones, read our iPhone 11 vs iPhone 12 guide – which will help you make a buying decision.
If you’re solely focused on the new iPhone 13, keep an eye out for trade-in deals, which retailers have offered in prior years. These could save you some money if you are upgrading devices. That said, stock has been up and down, so head to our iPhone 13 availability page to track retailer and network stock in the UK. If you’re not sure which handset is for you, read our new iPhone 13 reviews:
Are there new iPhone deals on Cyber Monday?
Again this depends on the retailer – some simply carry their Black Friday weekend deals throughout Cyber Monday, while some take the opportunity to add some brand new offers. Either way, our team of experts will scour the net for any new Cyber Monday offers and keep this page updated.
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Apple requires employees to have proof of a COVID booster as Omicron spreads, according to reports – Euronews
Apple will require retail and corporate employees to provide proof of a COVID-19 booster shot, The Verge reported on Saturday citing an internal email.
Starting January 24, unvaccinated employees or those who haven’t submitted proof of vaccination will need negative COVID-19 tests to enter Apple workplaces, the report said.
The Verge said it was not immediately clear if the testing requirement applies to both corporate and retail employees.
“Due to waning efficacy of the primary series of COVID-19 vaccines and the emergence of highly transmissible variants such as Omicron, a booster shot is now part of staying up to date with your COVID-19 vaccination to protect against severe disease,” the memo read, according to The Verge.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request from Reuters for comment.
Many companies in the US have been strengthening their COVID-19 rules, mandating vaccination and delaying back-to-office plans as the Omicron variant increases infections across the country.
This week, Facebook parent Meta Platforms mandated COVID-19 booster shots for all workers returning to offices. It also delayed U.S. office reopenings to March 28, from an earlier plan of January 31.
Alphabet Inc’s Google on Friday said it was temporarily mandating weekly COVID-19 tests for people entering its US offices.
A report by The Information said Amazon.com Inc has offered its US warehouse workers $40 (€35) to get a booster shot.
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Apple will declare the mid-2012 13.3-inch MacBook Pro a “legacy” on January 31, according to an internal memo intercepted by Apple. Mac rumors. This is the last step before it becomes permanently outdated: it means that Apple will stop providing compatible parts to Apple Stores and Authorized Service Centers. It will always be possible to get a repair in the event of a breakdown, but within the limits of the available parts: this will therefore be increasingly difficult, up to the complete obsolescence that must be declared in a couple of years. You can refer to the list of old and outdated products on this page.
The mid 2012 13.3-inch MacBook Pro is the last model to feature an integrated CD/DVD drive. It was on sale until October 2016 to provide a more affordable alternative to models with Retina displays, which explains this late obsolescence. It is particularly reliable and offers interesting upgrade possibilities for people who want to replace the optical drive with a second volume. It is a standout model. Its time and about to give it up.
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