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Hottest Cyber Monday 2016 deals on Apple iPhones, iPads, Macs

Best Buy, eBay, Target all tempting you with Apple product price cuts this Cyber Monday

Hottest Cyber Monday 2016 deals on Apple iPhones, iPads, Macs

Apple's underwhelming one-day Black Friday sale has come and gone, but other retailers have come to the rescue for Cyber Monday 2016 and put Apple iPhones, iPads, Macs and more on sale this Nov. 28 (though note that some retailers are extending Cyber Monday to the entire week).

Best Buy is offering the iPhone 7 starting at $1*, and yes there is an asterisk on that. You save $200 on the 32GB edition of the iOS smartphone, but you also need to activate the phone on Verizon and sign on for a two-year contract.

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Best Buy is also knocking $100 off all 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro tablets, which are still going to run you at least $700 for a 32GB edition. You can rack up even bigger savings if you go for a 256GB model with cellular service if you sign on for a two-year contract ($830, rather than $1,130).

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Big ol' tablet: iPad Pro

Mac deals have been few and far between this holiday shopping season so far, but Best buy is cutting $200 off of select MacBooks, including the MacBook Air 11.6-inch model with an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of memory and 128GB of flash storage.

eBay is slashing the price off the 13.3-inch version of the MacBook Air to the very specific $786.99, which is 28% off the usual price for this computer with 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage.

Also at eBay:

*Unlocked iPhone 6s smartphone 16GB version for $480, which is about half off.

*27-inch iMac computer with retina 5K display for $1,900, which is about $400 off.

Separately, Target is lopping 15% off all Apple iPads this week. 

(Black Friday & Cyber Monday watchers such as BFads and Best Black Friday have been a big help in keeping tabs on deals.)

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