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Best Buy is running a sale on Apple devices - save up to $500 on MacBook Air and Pro laptops and Beat headphones

Best Buy is running a sale on Apple devices - save up to $500 on MacBook Air and Pro laptops and Beat headphones
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  • Apple devices are beautifully designed, powerful, and easy to use, but they're also expensive.
  • For a limited time, Best Buy is discounting a range of Apple devices, including MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops, the iMac, Beats headphones, and more.
  • We're not sure exactly how long these deals will last, so it's worth acting quick.

Apple devices are known for their high-quality, beautiful design, and high level of performance. Unfortunately they're often also known for their prices. Now, however, a range of these devices have been made a little more affordable, thanks to Best Buy's new Apple Shopping Event.

The event includes deals on MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops, iMacs, and headphones from Apple-owned Beats. There are even deals on the Apple TV, which is great news for those who want Apple's software in their living room.

Check out Best Buy's Apple deals below.

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