Apple starts massive one-day online shopping event

Discount Macbook Pro, iMac, iPad, iPads and iPhone accessories available for sale online

The online Apple store, as well as retail Apple stores, will be running the sale all day on November 26.

The online Apple store, as well as retail Apple stores, will be running the sale all day on November 26.

Apple has started a store-wide 'shopping event' on the online Apple store, as well as in Australian retail stores. Discounts on many Apple and third-party iPhone, iPad, Mac and iPod products are available, and free shipping is included on all sale items.

Some Apple iMac, Macbook Pro and Macbook Air products are discounted $121 from their original prices — saving up to 12 per cent on some products like the 13in version of the Apple Macbook Pro, which is normally priced at $1449. Software and accessories are also discounted, including popular software like Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 and Office 2011 for Mac.

All Apple iPad models are on sale, with $51 saving across the entire range — the base Wi-Fi 16GB model is $578, a 12 per cent saving on the original $629 price. A condition on the Apple Web site limits purchasers to a maximum of 10 iPad models. Cases, docks and accessories are also available with similar discounts.

No discounts on Apple iPhone 4 mobile phones are available, but the Apple Store has discounts on the TomTom iPhone GPS car kit, an iPhone case, Bluetooth headset and screen protector.

The online sale is only running today, and sale prices are not able to be combined with Apple's education discount.

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