updated 11:50 am EST, Mon November 23, 2009
Shows minor discounts on Macs, iPods
With teasing having only just begun for the event, a brochure has already leaked for Apple's Black Friday sales. The document reveals conservative discounts for various products, for instance dropping the prices of iMacs to between $1,098 and $1,898. MacBook Pros are slated to cost between $1,098 and $2,448.
Some other planned cuts are said to include reductions on iPod touches to within $178 to $358, and iPod nanos to between $138 and $168. The Apple TV is being slashed to $208, and Apple is also offering breaks on products like iWork, the Magic Mouse, wireless keyboards and various AirPort-based devices. A variety of third-party products will allegedly be on sale as well, including cases, speakers, FM transmitters and external hard drives.
A software entry is the Home and Student Edition of Office for Mac, dropped to $98. The prices notably apply only to Apple's online store, and not to retail locations. The company will officially unveil prices on Black Friday.