Adonit Announces New ‘Switch’ and ‘Mark’ Styluses

Adonit, a company that makes a range of popular styluses for iOS devices, today announced the launch of two new products – the Adonit Mark and the Adonit Switch. The Adonit Mark is an entry-level stylus that’s priced affordably while the Adonit Switch offers a more premium experience.

Adonit’s Mark is a standard mesh-tipped stylus with a few features to set it apart from competitors, including an anti-roll design and an aluminum body in either silver or black to match Apple’s Silver and Space Gray iOS devices.

The Adonit Switch is a convertible stylus that bundles a ballpoint pen with one of Adonit’s signature clear plastic precision stylus tips. One end contains a standard 0.8mm ballpoint pen tip, while the other works with all of Apple’s iOS devices. Like the Mark, it comes in silver and black.

Both the Switch and the Mark are available from the Adonit website. The Mark is priced at $12.99 and the Switch is priced at $39.99.

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Apple’s 4-Inch iPhone to Be Called ‘iPhone 5se’ With Design Modeled After iPhone 5s

Rumors suggesting Apple is working on an updated 4-inch iPhone have been circulating since the launch of the iPhone 6, but information that’s leaked out about the device has varied quite a bit between news sources. While some rumors pointed towards a 4-inch iPhone equivalent in power to the iPhone 6s, others suggested it would be a lower-end device modeled after the iPhone 5s.

New information shared by 9to5Mac and Chinese website MyDrivers [Google Translate] adds to the growing body of evidence pointing towards an iPhone 5s-style device that’s a step down from the iPhone 6s, potentially set to be called the „iPhone 5se“ to denote its position as an upgraded version of the iPhone 5s.

With the iPhone 5se, Apple may be aiming to introduce a device that’s going to deliver up-to-date features to customers who prefer smaller devices while still refraining from competing with its flagship 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhones.

The 4-inch iPhone in development is rumored to look like an iPhone 5s

Recent rumors have suggested the 4-inch iPhone will have a body that’s similar enough to the iPhone 5s that the two devices will be able to share cases and other accessories, but there will be some design differences. The shiny edges that were featured on the iPhone 5s will be replaced with a curved cover glass like the iPhone 6 and 6s.

The iPhone 5se is expected to incorporate the same 8-megapixel rear camera and 1.2-megapixel front camera used in the iPhone 6, along with an improved autofocusing ability, support for larger panoramas, and the ability to capture Live Photos (but no 3D Touch). As has been rumored, it will include an NFC chip to enable Apple Pay, and features like Bluetooth 4.2, VoLTE, and 802.11ac WiFi. It may be available in Silver, Space Gray, Gold, and Rose Gold, or just three of those colors. Rumors are unclear.

According to 9to5Mac, the iPhone 5se will use the same A8 and M8 chips that are in the iPhone 6, while the report from MyDrivers suggests it could come with an A9 chip. Rumors about Apple’s 4-inch iPhone have consistently disagreed on the chip that it will use, split between the A8 and the A9.

MyDrivers supplies additional information on RAM, pricing, and battery life. In a somewhat questionable claim, the site says that Apple is sourcing 1GB and 1.2GB RAM from two suppliers. Previous rumors have said the 4-inch iPhone will include 1GB RAM.

The iPhone 5se may include a 1,624 mAh battery, which would last longer than the battery in the iPhone 5s, and according to MyDrivers, it may only be available in 16 and 64GB capacities at prices that start at 3688 Yuan or $560.

Mass production on the 4-inch screen for iPhone 5se is said to have kicked off this week, and while iPhone 6c/5se rumors have disagreed on many prospective features, all rumors have pointed towards an early 2016 release date. Apple is said to be planning a March event to unveil new products, and it’s possible that could be where Apple is planning to debut its 4-inch iPhone.

Related Roundups: iPhone 5se (2016), iPhone 6c
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Beats Solo2 Wireless and urBeats Headphones Now Available in Rose Gold

Apple has released Beats Solo2 Wireless On-Ear Headphones and urBeats In-Ear Headphones in a new Rose Gold color to match the iPhone 6s lineup and select Apple Watch models. The headphones remain available in Gold, Silver and Space Gray colors released earlier this year.

The Solo2 Wireless on-ear headphones, $299.95, were released in November 2014 as the first Beats product since Apple’s acquisition of the company officially closed. Beats launched new Solo2 Wireless headphones in Gold, Silver and Space Gray, colors that match several Apple products, last April.

Beats urBeats In-Ear Headphones, $99.95, were first released long before Apple acquired the company in 2014.

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Hands-On With Twelve South’s New Universal BookArc for MacBooks

Twelve South today unveiled an all new design for its popular BookArc, introducing a revamped version that’s compatible with all current Apple MacBook models, including the 12-inch Retina MacBook, the Retina MacBook Pro, the non-Retina MacBook, and the MacBook Air.

The BookArc, for those unfamiliar with the product, is designed to hold a MacBook while it’s being used in clamshell mode when connected to an external display, keyboard, and mouse for an organized desktop setup. A vertical docking station like the BookArc can keep a MacBook in clamshell mode out of the way and cooler than it would be when flat on a desk.

Twelve South’s new BookArc has the same general arc shape as previous BookArcs, but it ships with several silicone inserts that can be swapped out to fit different MacBooks. Taking out a silicone insert takes just a few seconds, and while putting one in is a bit tricker, it’s a painless process that should allow people with multiple MacBooks to switch between inserts with ease.

An insert that fits both the Retina MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air ships with the BookArc, and inside the packaging, there are additional inserts sized for the thicker non-Retina MacBook Pro and the thinner 12-inch Retina MacBook. Customers who previously owned a BookArc for the Retina MacBook Pro will be familiar with the different inserts, as that model also came with inserts to fit different MacBooks.

With the insert for the MacBook Air and the Retina MacBook Pro, my Retina MacBook Pro fit snugly inside the BookArc. For MacBooks that are used with a case, Twelve South says sizing up to a larger insert, such as the one for the non-Retina MacBook, is a solution if the standard insert doesn’t fit.

The BookArc is milled from an aluminum that will match the Retina MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air, and the Silver MacBook. There aren’t, unfortunately, models available in Space Gray and Gold to match other 12-inch MacBooks. It has a slightly different finish than the first BookArc, and it has a shiny chamfered edge that Twelve South says was put in place to match the new mirrored Apple logo on the 12-inch MacBook.

Compared to the original BookArc, the new BookArc is shorter and more compact, so it’s going to take up less room on a desk. It’s also got square feet instead of rounded feet, and the rectangular cutout between the two feet is designed to hold cords in place and keep them from slipping off of a desk. Prior versions of the BookArc had a silicone hook for this purpose, but the new model does away with that with this simpler solution that can corral more cords. At the bottom of the BookArc, there are silicone pads to keep it secure on a flat surface.

Overall, the new BookArc has a much cleaner, sleeker look than the original BookArc models. I tested the new BookArc with a Retina MacBook Pro and I was impressed with how little space it took up on my desk while still getting my MacBook out of the way. In fact, I was surprised at the small box it came in – the BookArc is quite light, weighing in at only 0.35 pounds. Size wise, it measures in at 2.2 inches high, 3.6 inches wide, and 8.74 inches long.

While the BookArc is designed to hold MacBooks, it can also be used as a stand for any rectangular object. It holds the iPad mini, the iPad Air 2, the Apple Wireless Keyboard, journals, books, and more, so it can still serve a purpose on a desk even when it’s not being used with a MacBook.

Bottom Line

If you use a MacBook in clamshell mode, the Twelve South BookArc is well worth checking out. Its simple, unobtrusive design allows it to blend in to any office or room, and it frees up a lot of space on a desk by letting a MacBook sit vertically.

For people who already own a BookArc, there’s no real need to upgrade unless you have multiple MacBooks, but going forward, the new BookArc is a fantastic change because it’ll be compatible with more Apple products for a longer period of time.

A BookArc purchased today will likely work with MacBook models for several years to come, as Twelve South will be able to simply provide new inserts if there are significant design changes.

How to Buy

The BookArc for MacBook is available from the Twelve South website for $49.99.



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Review: Xistwear’s Stretchy Bands Look Great With the Stainless Steel Apple Watch

Six months after the Apple Watch launched, there are dozens if not hundreds of different third-party band options on the market, allowing users to customize their watches with looks beyond what Apple offers. Xistwear has created a line of stretchy stainless steel Apple Watch bands in a range of colors that look great with the Apple Watch and can be purchased for less than Apple’s own metal bands, plus it offers matching bracelets.

The Xistwear Apple Watch has a neutral look that’s neither overly feminine or overly masculine, making it suitable for all wearers. Aesthetically, this is a simple but classic-looking link-style band that is understated enough to match well with a range of different outfits. All of the bands are stainless steel, but some have a colored plating. The following color options are available:

38mm – Black, Rose Gold, Silver, Yellow Gold

42mm – Gunmetal, Navy, Silver, Yellow Gold

Bands for the 42mm Apple Watch are 24mm wide, while bands designed for the smaller 38mm Apple Watch are 22mm wide. The 42mm bands are available in Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large, able to fit wrists from 146mm to 210mm.

38mm bands are available in Extra Small, Small, Medium, and Large, to fit wrists from 130mm to 190mm. I have a wrist that’s about 135mm, so I ordered the extra small, and it fits very well. All of the bands are actually elastic stretch bands, allowing them some wiggle room to fit on different-sized wrists. My band is snug on my wrist, but slips on easily and stretches if my wrist swells slightly during the day due to heat or exercise.

Xistwear recommends measuring a wrist with a measuring tape and matching the circumference to its size chart. While there are a wide range of wrist sizes covered, the company says to size up when in between sizes, because any jeweler is able to remove links from the watch band for a better fit.

The stretchiness of the band makes it comfortable to wear even for long periods of time, even during exercise and sleep, but it does have a tendency to get caught on hair and skin. I occasionally got my band stuck in my hair when putting it in a ponytail or brushing it, and while I don’t have much arm hair, I imagine someone who does could have issues with this band. It also pinched my skin from time to time when I put it on, and every so often I got a mild pinch just during daily wear, but this was just a minor annoyance.

I appreciated the elastic band because it made the Apple Watch easy to get on and off and it eliminated the need for a buckle, which I’ve found gets in the way of typing and other tasks with other bands. The build quality on the watch was nice, but it did scratch easily. I wound up with several scratches on the underside of my band.

Xistwear’s Apple Watch bands connect like most third-party bands, using adapters that slide into the slots on the Apple Watch. Xistwear’s adapters snap into place perfectly, but you do need to get them lined up at just the right angle or they can be difficult to insert. They also make the Xistwear band slightly harder to remove than Apple’s own bands, but not by much.

Color wise, the stainless steel adapters that shipped with the stainless steel Xistwear band I tested were a perfect match. The finish is the same and there’s no color discrepancy between the Apple Watch and the adapter, which I was impressed with. I have other third-party Apple Watch bands and the finish is not always a good match.

Adapters that ship with the Xistwear bands only come in shiny stainless steel, so they’re not going to match the aluminum Apple Watch Sport or the black stainless steel Apple Watch, which is a major downside. I expect most people won’t want to wear a band with adapters that don’t match their watch, so I would only recommend the Xistwear bands to those who don’t have a stainless steel Apple Watch.

I did not test the Xistwear Apple Watch band with one of the accompanying bracelets, but I would caution against wearing anything that has the potential to rub against the Apple Watch, especially the stainless steel version. When I first got my Apple Watch I wore it with a small gold bracelet, which ended up scratching it quite badly. I’m not sure the Xistwear bracelets would do the same, but I’d recommend being careful with something that could result in damage.

Bottom Line

As someone with a smaller than average wrist size, I appreciated both the size options Xistwear offers and the stretchiness of the band. The Xistwear band fits my wrist a lot better than other bands, and the well-fitted band makes the Xistwear look nice on my wrist. I received quite a few compliments on my watch band during the time that I tested it.

The Xistwear is also comfortable for all-day wear because it stretches slightly, and even though I normally don’t care for the feel of metal bands, the Xistwear never bothered me. At $125, the Xistwear isn’t cheap, and I wasn’t thrilled with the way it scratched from daily use.

That said, the scratches don’t detract too much from the overall aesthetic, and I had few other complaints about the watch band. I would caution those with a lot of arm hair against the Xistwear, as the stretch band will catch hair in between the links.

Xistwear only ships these watches with stainless steel adapters, which means they’re only really suitable for the stainless steel Apple Watch. If you have a black stainless steel Apple Watch or an Apple Watch Sport, I’d look elsewhere for a band.

Pros:

Can fit a wide range of wrist sizes well
Matching bracelets available
Well-fitted with elastic band
Adapters match well with stainless steel Apple Watch

Cons:

Adapters only come in shiny stainless steel
Scratches easily
Pinches hair and skin
Expensive

How to Buy

Xistwear’s Apple Watch bands can be purchased from the Xistwear website for $125. The matching bracelets are priced at $60. From now until October 9, customers can get a 20 percent off discount on purchases using the code XISTOS2.

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HTC’s iPhone clone leaks out again with giant bezels, six color options

HTC’s upcoming iPhone clone, the One A9, has leaked out again ahead of its official unveiling. A new press image confirms the device will be available in six colors, with gigantic bezels above and beneath its display that somewhat spoil its otherwise attractive look. The image above was posted to Twitter by reliable leaker Evan […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)


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It’s not too late to pre-order your iPhone 6s for launch day

If you haven’t already pre-ordered your new iPhone 6s, you’ve still got a great chance of getting one on launch day — unless you want a Rose Gold model. The new color option has become the first to sell out completely in many markets, but the Silver, Gold, and Space Gray are still widely available […]

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New Docks and Cases Confirmed for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

Apple briefly covered the topic of some new accessories for its new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus line at today’s media event in San Francisco. The company revealed that they will ship four docks in matching colors of the iPhones: Gold, Rose Gold, Space Gray, and Silver.

The company also confirmed the launch of some new colors in both its leather and silicon line-up, but didn’t give a specific run-down of which new options would be available.

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Buyer’s Guide: Discounts on iPad Mini 3, iPad Air 2, MacBook Air, and More

With Labor Day fast approaching, retailers are offering great discounts on a wide range of Apple products, from the iPad mini 3 and iPad Air 2 to the MacBook Air and Retina MacBook Pro.

If you’ve been waiting for a sale to pick up a laptop or a tablet, now is the time to buy. Many products are at the lowest prices we’ve seen, or close to it. We’ve also rounded up some deals on accessories and we’ve highlighted a list of popular apps and games that are on sale this week.

Just a reminder: Apple’s Back to School promotion is still going on both in stores and online, with Apple offering a free pair of Beats Solo2 headphones with the purchase of an eligible Mac. Eligible Macs include the iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, and Mac Pro.

iPad Air 2

Best Buy is discounting its entire iPad Air 2 lineup this week by up to $100, so now is a great time to purchase one of Apple’s larger iPads. The iPad Air 2 is not going to be upgraded next week, making it safe to purchase now.

The biggest discounts are on the higher-capacity models, with the 128GB Cellular iPad Air 2 discounted by $100, dropping the price to $729.99. That price is available on the Gold, Silver, and Space Gray models.

All of the WiFi models are discounted by $50 to $75, dropping the price on the entry-level 16GB model to $449.99 and the price on the 64GB model to $524.99. The 128GB WiFi iPad Air 2 is $100 off, available for $599.

Amazon also has several models of the iPad Air 2 available at low prices. The 16GB Cellular iPad Air 2 in Gold is available for $524.99. The 16GB WiFi iPad Air 2 in Gold is available for $423.99, and the 16GB Silver model is priced at $427.99. The 128GB WiFi iPad Air 2 in Silver is $599.99, a $100 discount.

B&H Photo is offering a discount on some of its iPad Air 2 models, dropping prices by $30 to $75. With the discount, the 64GB Wi-Fi only iPad Air 2 in Silver is priced at $569, while the 64GB Cellular model is priced at $654.

B&H Photo’s deals are not quite as good as those offered by Best Buy, but B&H only charges sales tax in New York, which is also worth keeping in mind when looking for a deal.

iPad Air

Best Buy, Amazon, and B&H Photo have discounts on various iPad Air models, including lower-capacity models that Apple still sells and a bit of remaining stock of now-discontinued higher-capacity iPad Air models.

iPad Air Cellular Silver 16GB (AT&T) – $399
iPad Air Cellular Space Gray 16GB (AT&T) – $396.99
iPad Air Cellular Silver 16GB (Verizon) – $379.99
iPad Air Cellular Space Gray 16GB (Verizon) – $389.99
iPad Air Cellular Silver 128GB (AT&T) – $539.95
iPad Air Cellular Silver 64GB (AT&T) – $527.99
iPad Air Cellular Space Gray 64GB (AT&T) – $559.99
iPad Air Cellular Space Gray 128GB (AT&T) – $568
iPad Air Cellular Silver 128GB (Verizon) – $580.99
iPad Air Cellular Silver 128GB (Verizon) – $649
iPad Air WiFi Silver 64GB$522.90
iPad Air WiFi Silver 128GB$519
iPad Air WiFi Space Gray 64GB$505.50
iPad Air WiFi Space Gray 128GB$546.99

iPad mini 3

Best Buy is offering solid discounts on the iPad mini 3, dropping prices on some models by up to $100, but now is a bad time to buy an iPad mini if you want to get the latest model. Apple is expected to introduce the iPad mini 4 next week.

With the discount, the 16GB WiFi iPad mini 3 is available for $299.99, while the 128GB model is available for $499.99.

The 64GB iPad mini 3 Cellular is available for $529.99, while the 128GB version is available for $629.99. On the cellular models, these are the lowest prices we’ve seen.

B&H Photo is also offering some discounts on various iPad mini 3 models, dropping the price by up to $100. The 16GB WiFi + Cellular iPad mini 3 in Gold is available for $409.95, the lowest price we’ve seen. The 128GB WiFi only iPad mini 3 in Silver is priced at $489, a $110 discount.

Discounts for each model and color vary, but most models are being offered at a lower price than you’ll find at the Apple Store, and buying from B&H, you won’t have to pay sales tax unless you’re in New York.

iPad mini 2

Amazon has discounts on a few current iPad mini 2 models. The 16GB Cellular AT&T iPad mini 2 is available for $292, which is close to the lowest price we’ve seen. The 16GB Cellular Verizon iPad mini 2 is available for $299.98.

Best Buy, B&H Photo, and Amazon have remaining stock of now-discontinued higher-capacity iPad mini 2 models, which are a good deal if you’re looking for an iPad mini. Compared to the iPad mini 3, the iPad mini 2 only lacks Touch ID.

iPad mini Cellular Silver 64GB$422.81
iPad mini Cellular Silver 128GB (AT&T) – $443.99
iPad mini Cellular Silver 64GB (Verizon) – $409
iPad mini Cellular Space Gray 64GB (Verizon) – $424.99
iPad mini 2 WiFi Silver 64GB$439
iPad mini 2 WiFi Silver 128GB$459.99
iPad mini 2 WiFi Space Gray 64GB$399.99

Retina MacBook

Several sites are now offering decent discounts on the Retina MacBook, dropping the price on some models by up to $100.

– 1.1GHz/8GB/246GB Gold (Adorama) (Amazon) (B&H Photo) – $1,199, $100 off
– 1.1GHz/8GB/256GB Silver (Best Buy) (Amazon) (B&H Photo) – $1,234, $65 off
– 1.1GHz/8GB/256GB Space Gray (Adorama) – $1,224, $75 off
– 1.2GHz/8GB/512GB Gold (Amazon) (Adorama) (B&H Photo) (MacMall) – $1,519, $80 off
– 1.2GHz/8GB/512GB Silver (Best Buy) (Amazon) (Adorama) (B&H Photo) (MacMall) – $1,519, $80 off
– 1.2GHz/8GB/512GB Space Gray (Adorama) (B&H Photo) – $1,495, $104 off

iMac

– 2013 21.5-inch 2.7GHz/8GB/1TB (Best Buy) (Adorama) (B&H Photo) – $1,199.99, $100 off
– 2013 21.5-inch 2.9GHz/8GB/1TB (Best Buy) – $1,349, $150 off
– 2013 27-inch 3.2GHz/8GB/1TB (Amazon) (Adorama) (B&H Photo) (MacMall) – $1,689.99, $110 off
– 2013 27-inch 3.4GHz/8GB/1TB (Adorama) – $1,794.99, $204 off
– 2014 27-inch 3.5GHz/8GB/1TB Retina iMac (Best Buy) – $2,149.99, $150 off
– 2015 3.3GHz/8GB/1TB Retina iMac (Best Buy) (Amazon) (Adorama) (B&H Photo) (MacMall) – $1,899.99, $100 off

Mac mini

– 1.4GHz/4GB/500GB (Adorama) (B&H Photo) – $464.99, $34 off
– 2.6GHz/8GB/1TB (Adorama) (B&H Photo) – $664, $35 off
– 2.8GHz/8GB/1TB (Adorama) (B&H Photo) (MacMall) – $938, $60 off

MacBook Air

– 2015 11-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB (Best Buy) (Adorama) (B&H Photo) – 799.99, $100 off (Lowest Price Ever)
– 2015 11-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB (Best Buy) – $949.99, $150 off (Lowest Price Ever)
– 2015 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB (Best Buy) – $849, $150 off
– 2015 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB (Best Buy) – $1,049.99, $150 off (Lowest Price Ever)
– 2014 11-inch 1.4GHz/4GB/256GB (Adorama) – $798, $300 off (Lowest Price Ever)
– 2014 13-inch 1.4GHz/4GB/256GB (Adorama) – $999, $200 off

Retina MacBook Pro

– 2015 13-inch 2.7GHz/8GB/128GB (Best Buy) – $1,149.99, $150 off
– 2015 13-inch 2.7GHz/8GB/256GB (Best Buy) – $1,349.99, $150 off (Lowest Price Ever)
– 2015 13-inch 2.9GHz/8GB/512GB (Best Buy) – $1,649.99 $150 off (Lowest Price Ever)
– 2015 15-inch 2.2GHz/16GB/256GB (Best Buy) – $1,849.99, $150 off
– 2015 15-inch 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB (Best Buy) (Amazon) (Adorama) (B&H Photo) – $2,349, $150 off
– 2014 13-inch 2.6GHz/8GB/256GB (Adorama) (B&H Photo) – $1,229, $259 off
– 2014 13-inch 2.8GHz/8GB/512GB (B&H Photo) – $1,349, $450 off (Lowest Price Ever)
– 2014 15-inch 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB (B&H Photo) – $1,899, $600 off

Apps

There are also quite a few iOS apps that are on sale at discounted prices or available for free for a limited time. We’ll highlight a few here, but make sure to check out our sister site AppShopper for a complete list.

Simulation game Goat Simulator is available for $2.99, down from $4.99. Tower defense game Tower Madness 2 is available for free, down from $2.99. RPG Transistor is available for $4.99, down from $9.99. Online game LEGO Minifigures Online is available for free, down from $4.99.

Puzzle game Framed is available for $0.99, down from $4.99. Space survival game Out There is available for $1.99, down from $4.99. Word-based survival game Lifeline… is available for $0.99, down from $1.99.

Calendar app Fantastical for iPad is available for $4.99, down from $9.99, and Fantastical for iPhone is available for $2.99, down from $4.99. Automation app Workflow is available for $2.99, down from $4.99. Fitness app Quick Fit is available for free, down from $1.99.

Sports game Flick Kick Football was named Apple’s App of the Week, so it will be free to download until next Thursday when a new app is picked.

Apple Accessories

Belkin’s Charge and Sync Dock for iPhone 5, 5s, 5c, and 6 is available from Groupon for $17.99, down from $29.99. Speck iPhone 5 and 5s cases are available for $9.99 to $12.99 from Groupon, down from $35 to $50.

iPM Silicone Sport Bands for Apple Watch are available from Groupon for $19.99, down from $49.99. StackSocial is selling the Just Mobile AluPen Digital Stylus for $34.95, down from $50. Apple accessory bundles that include Lightning cables, EarPods, and power adapters are available from Woot for $12.99 to $22.99, a $38 to $58 value.

Woot is offering Twelve South iPad cases at a discount of up to 63 percent off. Best Buy is discounting some Beats Solo 2 headphones by $30, dropping the price to $169.99.

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