Jordan Kahn

September 15

For a limited time Griffin is offering $20 off sitewide when you spend $100 or more, unlocking some of the best prices around on its brand new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus cases, iTrip Clip Bluetooth headphone adapter, charging docks and much more.

Get $20 off at Griffin when you spend $100 or more with code 20OFF.

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September 9

 

It’s iPhone 7 pre-order day and all the carriers are offering promotions that will let you get a discount on your new device.

The iPhone 7 usually starts at $649 for the entry-level 32GB 4.7-inch iPhone 7 models, but all major carriers including T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon are offering a free 32GB iPhone 7 with trade-in promo.

Sprint is also offering $100 off the 256GB model for online orders, effectively getting you the highest-capacity iPhone 7 model for the price of the 128GB model.

Here’s how it works:

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July 15

Macphun offers 76% off its popular Creative Kit featuring 6 standalone photo editing apps for Mac and plugins for Photoshop and Lightroom. Normally priced at $340, 9to5Toys readers can get the complete Creative Kit this weekend only for just $79.

Get Macphun’s Creative Kit for $79 (Reg. $340)

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July 13

Apple is featuring a movie deal in iTunes each day this month as part of a “Blockbuster July” promotion, and today’s pick is 2015’s critically acclaimed sci-fi film Ex Machina ($4.99).

Get Ex Machina HD download for $4.99 from iTunes now.

Amazon is matching the $4.99 price (Reg. $13) for its HD download of the movie.

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July 11

July 5

These are the US deals, some days movies are different in other participating countries. 

July 31: Jaws (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes

July 30: Men In Black (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes 

July 29: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes

July 28: Lucy (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes

July 27: Top Gun (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes

July 26: Mean Girls 10th Anniversary Digital Edition (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $20) – iTunes

July 25: Twilight extended edition (HD Download) $4.99  (Reg. $15) – iTunes 

July 21: Cast Away (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes or Amazon

July 20: Paddington (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes

July 19: Spy (Unrated HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes

July 18: Die Hard (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $15) – iTunes or Amazon 

July 15: The Silence of the Lambs (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $13) – iTunes  (Canada gets ‘American Sniper’)

July 14: Back to the Future (HD Download) $4.99 (Reg. $13)iTunes or Amazon

July 13: Ex Machina HD download for $4.99 (Reg. $13)iTunes or Amazon.


iTunes is having a “Blockbuster July” sale that will see it feature a $5 HD movie download each day for the entire month.

“Each day in July, we’re picking one blockbuster and making it available at a limited-time price.”

Today’s movie in the US is “Pineapple Express” in HD for $4.99. Compare that price to $12.99 on Amazon.

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July 4

If you’ve been holding out for a new standalone desktop display from Apple, you’re either going to take news of the Thunderbolt Display being discontinued as a sign of good things to come, or as a cue to finally purchase a new 4K or 5K display from someone else. For most, especially considering Apple itself is recommending you purchase a third-party display, the latter option is going to be the more likely.

While Apple didn’t recommend any specific third-party alternatives during its discontinuation announcement of the Thunderbolt display last week, we’ve done the work for you and put together our top picks for the best 4K & 5K displays for Mac available to buy right now.

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June 22

When I reviewed SanDisk’s new Lightning to USB flash drive for iPhone back in April, I noted it was one of the best yet. Today the company is launching a new product that essentially offers the same functionality— extra storage for files that you can access from a companion iOS app— but in the form factor of a sleek iPhone 6/6s case.

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Waves is a heavyweight in the digital audio world with its audio plugins for recording, mixing and live sound being a staple among many pros. The company’s latest venture, however, is more of a consumer experience aimed at listening rather than creating music with a new desktop and mobile app that wants to bring 3D audio to any headphones using head tracking.

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June 21

A startup called Pearl Automations is today launching preorders for a new accessory that adds a rearview backup camera to just about any car using an iPhone or other smartphone as a monitor. The company is notably made up of a large group of ex-Apple engineers and the accessory is just the first in a line of products it plans that will add various smartphone connectivity features to vehicles.

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June 7

Despite having our iPhone in our pockets and an Apple Watch on our wrists, my custom desk clock made with vintage Soviet Union-era Nixie tubes still gets a ton of attention. Anyone that sees it in person is immediately drawn to it, likely because there’s something about the vintage, steampunk-esque look that you’ll never get from the cold modern industrial design of your smartphone or smartwatch. It’s the coolest desk clock you can buy, but you can debate that in the comments if you dare. I get dozens of inquiries about the clock each week because it’s pictured in the photo of my desk used in our weekly Top Stories post on 9to5Mac. Here’s how to get one… 

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Starting today, HTC’s Vive VR headset is available to purchase direct from HTC at vive.com in at least 24 countries with the device expected to ship to customers in the next 2-3 days. And it’s also being made available to preorder at select retail partners including Microsoft Stores, GameStop and Micro Center with those orders expected to arrive beginning sometime this week.

HTC originally launched preorders in February and started shipping in April, but until this week orders have been backed up and the company has been experiencing shipping delays and complaints from preorder customers.

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May 31

Mophie is today launching a new line of wireless Juice Pack products for iPhone that add wireless charging capabilities to the previous lineup of popular battery cases.

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May 17

Black + Decker is launching its new “Smartech” batteries today that have Bluetooth built-in to allow for control and monitoring from a companion app on a connected smartphone.

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May 4

Moog Music has been known for producing some of the most popular synthesizers since the 70s— we reviewed a couple of the newer models in our Logic Pros series and noted that iPad/Mac synths still can’t quite capture the experience of even a $1,000 Moog. But today Moog is releasing its own iPad and iPhone version of its popular $10,000 Model 15, aiming to offer a similar experience in a $30 mobile app. 

Moog’s own techs helped program the app at the Moog Factory in Asheville, NC, according to the company, with the app both resembling the look and sound of the original 1970’s Model 15 hardware:

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April 29

As someone that often carries around a portable battery or two when on-the-go for extended periods of time (because I don’t particularly like the added bulk of using a battery case), this new MagicMount product from Scosche looks very interesting.

A super slim magnetic pad goes on your phone, and the battery pack then magnetically attaches to it when needed and connects to your iPhone over a built-in Lightning connector or micro-USB for Android. That gives you the benefits of a battery case by having the portable battery attached to the device, but also allows you to easily remove it once you’ve added enough juice to your device.

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April 26

April 14

Update (5/9 4:35pm): The below TarDisk has now sold out, but we also spotted other notable prices on Amazon and Stacksocial

TarDisk is offering 15% off exclusively to 9to5Toys readers today on itsTarDisk Pear solid-state expansion drive product for MacBook. This isn’t an SD card, instead it uses TarDisk’s software to create a fusion drive with your internal storage, meaning it will act as a permanent storage upgrade instead of like an SD card or thumb drive (full review).

With the 15% off, you can take $59.85 off the regular $399 price of the 256GB model, or $22.35 off the $149 regular price for the 128GB model.

Get 15% off TarDisk – 128GB $126.65 (Reg. $149) or 256GB $339.15 (Reg. $399)

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April 10

Two of the best deals around for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, Best Buy today beats its own previous $100 off deal with a new $125 off promo on its 32GB and 128GB 12.9-inch iPad Pro models in its mobile app.

The $125 off deal brings the price of the 32GB Wi-Fi model down to $674 (Reg. $799) and the 128GB Wi-Fi model down to $824 (Reg. $949) or $954 (Reg. $1079) for the 128GB Wi-Fi + cellular model.

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April 5

T-Mobile is kicking off a new iPhone and iPad promotion tomorrow that will let you get 50% off up to $200 on a new iPad when you purchase any iPhone on one of T-Mobile’s installment plans. 

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