3 offers not to be missed

Good deals are pouring in around Apple brand products, and even more for French Days. Here are three promotions not to be missed at Amazon and at Fnac. Among these we have the iPhone, iPad and MacBook.

You can be a follower of the Apple brand and have the patience to scrutinize the price reductions to make good deals: when this is the case, the reward in the end is often attractive! During the French Days, many products addressing the famous apple are displayed on promotion. Like the iPhone, iPad and even the MacBook.

IPhone XS: 33% reduction

Right now at Fnac, the iPhone XS 64 GB goes from 1,039 euros to 699 euros with free delivery. This 5.8-inch smartphone has an Apple A12 Bionic chip with Neural Engine technology, a double main photo sensor of 12 + 12 megapixels and a secondary sensor of 7 megapixels for selfies.

10.2-inch iPad: 8% reduction

The 10.2-inch iPad with 32 GB of storage space and WiFi connectivity goes from 389 euros to 359 euros at Amazon and, here too, delivery is free. It features a Retina touch screen compatible with Apple Pencil, an Apple A10 Fusion chip, 8 and 1.2 megapixel photo sensors as well as a Touch ID locking system. Adapted to all uses, this iPad is a device that quickly becomes essential in everyday life.

The 16-inch MacBook Pro: 11% reduction

Finally, the 16-inch MacBook Pro with Intel Core i9 processor and 9th generation, 16 GB of RAM, 1 TB SSD and AMD Radeon Pro 5500M graphics card with GDDR6 memory is offered at 2,849 euros instead of 3,199 euros, again on Amazon, and therefore with free home delivery. It is a machine for both professionals and demanding individuals, which also benefits from Touch Bar and Touch ID.

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