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Apple Prime Day deals 2022: savings on iPads, AirPods and MacBooks still available!

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Apple Prime Day deals are now officially over, but there are still some great deals available for any latecomers on iPads, Apple Watches, MacBooks, Airpods and more. 

We've been tracking the best Apple Prime Day deals since before Prime Day began, and  this year, we found that most of the discounts available were actually available for non-Prime members. Which is great news, as it means many of them are still available. We've organised them all by product category so you can jump down the list to find the deal you're looking for. 

If you're not a Prime member and want to make sure you don't miss out next time the offers roll around, remember that you can can sign up for a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial (opens in new tab). But without further ado, here are the best Apple Prime day deals still available right now.

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The best Apple Prime Day deals: US

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Apple Prime Day deals: iPad

Apple's tablets remain among the most practical, powerful and good-looking options there are. The only actual iPad Prime Day deal over the last two days was on iPad Air 4 in the UK, but Amazon has plenty of iPad deals outside of its exclusive members-only sale. Almost all of the offers below are available for everyone.

Apple iPad Prime Day deals: US

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iPad 10.2 64GB (2021): $329 $309 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $20:
Amazon has a small saving on the entry-level iPad, which is fantastic value for what it offers, although there was an extra $10 off over Prime Day. It supports the original Apple Pencil and is a great device for browsing, streaming media, note-taking and more.

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iPad Air (2022): from $749 $679 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save up to $70:
This is the latest iPad Air, which was only released a couple of months ago. It was already great value tablet considering that it contains the same M1 chip as the more expensive iPad Pros, so $60 off the 64GB model and $70 off the 256GB so soon isn't bad at all.

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iPad Pro 11 (M1, 2021): from $799 $699 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $100:
A good $100 across various configurations of the 2021 iPad Pro here, from the entry 128GB model right up to the 1TB version for those that want massive storage as well as massive power.

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iPad Mini (2021) 64GB: $649 $599 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $50:
While this discount isn't as big as the ones on the other iPads, it's still a great saving. If you're looking for a more portable iPad with great features then the Mini is for you. 

Apple iPad Prime Day deals: UK

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iPad Pro 12 (Bionic, 2020 1TB): From £1,469 £1,199 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £270:
 This iPad Pro 12 is from the pre-Apple silicon days but with such a big discount, it's well worth considering if you want a tablet with a big 1TB storage capacity.

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iPad Air (4th gen, 2020, 256GB): from £669 £569 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 15%: With the 2022 iPad Air now released, we're seeing more savings on the previous model, and Amazon has had iPad Prime Day deals across the range but most have now sold out. This was marginally cheaper over Prime Day but is still 15% off.

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iPad Pro 11 (M1, 2021): From £749 £699 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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 In the UK, Amazon has a modest £50 saving on the 2021 iPad Pro 11 across most storage configurations. You get the best value out of the saving on the entry-level 128GB configuration, now just £699.

Apple Prime Day deals: MacBook

Whether you're looking for the light and portable MacBook Air or the super-powerful MacBook Pro, MacBook Prime Day deals could get you a welcome saving. With the new 2022 M2-chipped laptops hiting the streets, we expected to see MacBook Prime Day discounts on the previous, M1-chipped 2020 and 2021 models, but we've even found a non-Prime Day discount on the brand new M2-chipped MacBook Pro in the UK!

Amazon Prime Day MacBook deals: US

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MacBook Pro 16 (M1 Pro, 2021): $2,699 $2,449 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200: The specs offered by this 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD 2021 MacBook Pro 16 are never going to come cheap, but we've never seen a discount of more than $200 yet, so this is tempting if you need a device of this calibre.

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MacBook Pro 14 (M1 Pro, 2021): $1,999 $1,799 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $200: This 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD 2021 MacBook Pro 14 strikes a great balance between super performance and practical portability. And it's a a good deal cheaper than its larger 16in sibling.

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MacBook Air (M1, 2020): $999 $899,99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $99.99: If the power of the M1 Pro-chipped MacBook Pros is more than you need for your work, this 2020 MacBook Air might make more sense as a much more accessible, but still gorgeously designed MacBook. This configuration has 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD.

Amazon Prime Day MacBook deals: UK

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MacBook Pro 14 (M1 Pro, 2021): from £1,899 £1,735 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save up to £244: Get massive power in a sleek portable package with a 16GB RAM MacBook Pro with either a 512GB or 1TB SSD. There's 9% off the former and 10% off the latter.

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Apple MacBook Pro 13 (2022, M2): from £1,349 £1,255 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save up to £100: 
Can this be true? A discount on the 2022 M2-chipped MacBook Pro already? So it isn't the biggest discount in the world, but this laptop was released less than a month ago. There's 7% off the 256GB version and 6% off the 512GB.

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Apple MacBook Pro 13 (2020, M1): £1,499 £1,439 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £60: 
This deal is now a little redundant given the one above – we'd clearly take the newer 2022 M2 MacBook Pro 13 if it's the same price as this 2020 model. But if the deal above sells out, you might want to consider this.

Apple Prime Day deals: iMac

Apple's iMac range of computers contains some expensive devices and big discounts are relatively rare. We don't tend to see more than $100 - $200 / £100 – £200 shaved off the prices here at the best of times, and Amazon has some non-Prime Day savings in that range.

Amazon Prime Day iMac deals: US

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Apple iMac (27-inch, 2020): $1,999 $1,945 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $50:
There was a $100 discount on this 27-inch iMac, but it's now down to $50 off, which is probably still worth grabbing. This iMac has a stunning Retina 5K display, a 10th-generation Intel Core i5 processor and 512GB storage. 



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Apple iMac (21.5-inch, 2020): $1,099 $849.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 23%:
The price of this one has been wavering up and down, it was $899 but is now $849. If you don't need a large, high-resolution screen like that offered on iMac above, this 1920x1080 2020 iMac is a great deal.

Amazon Prime Day iMac deals: UK

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Apple iMac (21.5-inch, 2020): £1,099 £929 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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Amazon also has a 15% reduction on this 2020 iMac in the UK. This is probably the cheapest you'll find an unused iMac right now.

Apple Prime Day deals: AirPods

AirPods are the Apple products that tends to see the most regular discounts at Amazon. Surprisingly, there aren't any specific Prime Day AirPods deals so far, but Amazon does have some good savings on AirPods outside of Prime Day, meaning you don't need to be a member to snap up one of these offers.

Prime Day Apple AirPods deals: US

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Apple AirPods Max: $549 $449 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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This is a welcome discount on Apple's over-ear headphones, and given how expensive they are, so it's well worth taking advantage of. The same discount is available for all colour options, too.

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Apple AirPods Pro: $249.99 $169.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $79:
 Get a third off Apple's best inner ears! The AirPods Pro have active noise cancellation for a great listening experience. The lowest price we've ever seen them at is $159, but this current offer isn't too far off.

Prime Day Apple AirPods deals: UK

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Apple AirPods Pro: £239 £179 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £60: 
Again, not the lowest price we've ever seen for the AirPods Pro in the UK, but 25% is a fairly good saving on what are Apple's best inner-ear headphones with noise cancelling, Siri voice commands, and a wireless charging case to boost battery life.

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Apple AirPods Max: £549 £449 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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You can save 18% off the brilliant Apple AirPods Max on Amazon right now. Considering how expensive these Apple headphones are, it's well worth grabbing this discount if you've had your eye on them.

Apple Prime Day deals: iPhone

iPhone deals most commonly come through phone companies, but Apple does sometimes have some discounts on unlocked iPhones, particularly in the UK. We'll be posting the best deals here throughout Prime Day 2022.

Apple Prime Day iPhone deals: US

Nothing to see here, I'm afraid. Your best bet for a discount on a new iPhone in the US is via trade in direct with Apple (opens in new tab).

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Apple iPhone SE 16GB (unlocked): $109.99 $91.39 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $18.60: We've not seen a lot of iPhone Prime Day deals in the US yet, but this unlocked iPhone SE is a good option if you just need a simple phone to get started with right away. It's second-hand, but fully guaranteed.

Apple Prime Day iPhone deals: UK

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Apple iPhone 13 (2021): From £779 £729 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save from £50:
Amazon has savings on the several unlocked configurations of the latest iPhone. The entry 128GB configuration is reduced to £729 and the 256G is reduced by £60 to £819. Some colours have sold out in some of the configurations.

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Apple iPhone 13 Mini (2021): From £818 £768 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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Depending on which model you can get, there are serious savings to be had on the iPhone 13 Mini. You can get the 256GB version reduced from £918 to £868 and the 512GB version reduced to £1,039.97 – a saving of £50.

Apple Prime Day deals: Apple Pencil

Apple Pencils don't tend to come in for more than the occasional small discount of up to around $20 / £20. We saw discounts of that size during Amazon Prime Day last year, and we can expect to see similar this year.

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Apple Pencil (1st gen): £89 £69 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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We've seen this deal a fair bit now but it's still a good one. Get $20 off a first-gen Apple Pencil when you buy today. We don't expect to see more off than this over Prime Day proper.

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Apple Pencil (2nd gen): £119 £114 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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Okay, this isn't a huge saving, but it's a saving nonetheless. This is currently the only 2nd Gen Apple Pencil discount in the UK, and the US doesn't even have one, so it's better than nothing if you were hoping to bag the latest Apple Pencil. 

Apple Prime Day deals: Apple Watch

The latest Apple Watch models to be released are the Apple Watch 7 and the Apple Watch SE. While we would normally expect that to mean significant deals on older Apple Watches, non-renewed Series 6 watches are actually no longer anywhere to be seen. Fortunately, Amazon's been offering fairly regular discounts of up to $70 on the Apple Watch 7 for a few months now, and these have continued throughout Prime.

Prime Day Apple Watch deals: US

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Apple Watch SE (2021): From $279 $219 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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The more value-oriented Apple Watch SE has a smaller screen than the Series 7 and doesn't have an always-on display, but it offers great value – and now even more so with $50 off in both sizes.

The best Prime Day Apple Watch deals: UK

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Apple Watch SE (2021): From £269 £239 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £30:
Amazon's Prime Day saving on the Apple Watch SE was £70 off, but this is now back to £30 off. You don't get the always-on display that you get with the Series 7, but you still get plenty of features for exercise.

All you need to know about Apple Prime Day deals

When do Apple Prime Day deals end?

Amazon Prime Day 2022 takes place over two days: 12 and 13 July (Yes, it's called Prime Day, but it's actually two days). The official sales started at 3am ET on 12 July in the US and at 12.01am on 12 July in the UK, elsewhere in Europe and in Australia.

Apple Prime Day deals, and all Prime Day deals are scheduled to end in the UK and the rest of Europe and Australia at 11:59pm on Wednesday 13 July at each country's local time. In the US, where there are several time zones, Prime Day will end on 14 July at 2.59am for those on Eastern Daylight Time and at 11.59pm on July 13 for those in the Pacific Daylight Time zone.

All exclusive Apple Prime Day deals will end at those times, but we should note that the majority of the Amazon Apple deals that we've highlighted above are not officially part of Prime Day. Instead, they're open to non-Prime  members too. That means that they may continue to run after Prime Day ends – but equally, they might not! If you see an Apple deal that takes your fancy, we'd recommend buying it now to be safe. Even if the deal doesn't time out, stock may well sell out due to the spike in sales over Prime Day.

Are Apple products included in Prime Day?

Amazon offers Prime Day discounts across a huge range of products, including a lot of tech items. In previous years, Apple products have been included in that. Don't expect massive Apple Prime Day deals across the tech giant's range, after all Apple products tend to hold their value. But, based on previous years, we expect to see some decent savings.

Last year, we saw up to $100 / £100 off the price of some iPads and MacBooks, rising to $200 / £200 in cases of the most high-spec configurations. We also what at the time were record low prices on AirPods Pro, plus some decent savings on iPhone 12 and Apple Watch 6 in the UK.

By and large, you'll need to turn to slightly older Apple products for the biggest potential savings. We're unlike to see much, or any, discount on the latest 2022 iPad Air, for example, but we could well see some tempting deals on the 2020 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, and last year's iPads and MacBook Pros.

Don't forget that other retailers often try to get in on the action too and offer Prime Day Apple deals of their own (an open to non-Prime members). These are obviously not technically Prime Day Apple deals, but retailers seem to time them intentionally to compete with Amazon. We'll be tracking those deals here as well to give you more change of finding the best Apple deals without having to scour the web.

Do I need to be a Prime member to get Apple Prime Day deals?

In the main, yes; at least to get the official deals during Prime Day (or Days) itself. If you want to take advantage of Prime Day Apple deals from Amazon, you'll need to be a member of Amazon's subscription service, Amazon Prime. 

Luckily you can sign up for a no-strings-attached 30-day free trial (opens in new tab), which means you can take advantage of Amazon Prime Day Apple deals before you start to be charged for a subscription. And you can always even cancel your subscription with no penalty as soon as Prime Day is over if you really don't think you'll continue to use the benefits of the service.

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Joseph Foley
Joseph Foley

Joe is a regular freelance journalist and editor at Creative Bloq. He writes, news and features, updates buying guides and keeps track of the best equipment for creatives, from monitors to accessories and office supplies. A writer and translator, he also works as a project manager at a design and branding agency based in London and Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he manages a team of designers, photographers and video editors. He enjoys photography and wellness and also dances tango.