Apple and Amazon’s Partnership Materializes Just Before Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Black Friday brings a massive amount of deals, but none of them are equally good. Retailers have started putting things on sale. Once what was a one-day event has now turned into nearly a month-long span of discounts, deals, and promotions.

Initially, it was reported that Apple and Amazon had settled old disputes and e-commerce giant would start selling products of Apple in some time. Some of Apple’s most popular gear is already showing up on the website. Some of the surfaced products include all new 12.9 inch iPad Pro and 11 inches iPad Pro along with 9.7 inch iPad. It has also had some small keyboards. Apple watches series four is also available now. There are some of the beats headphones too.

We expect Apple to begin the official sale of both iPhone XR and iPhone XS in upcoming week. These will compromise some different gear that is sold by Apple already on Amazon such as Airpods, original Apple Pencil and much more. The homepage will not be making it to Amazon as it directly competes with the company’s Echo line.

Now Amazon will be competing with retailers such as Best Buy and Target. It will be able to match some of upcoming Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. iPad mini 4 is already off, along with new MacBook Air. You will be using some more discounts on forthcoming days. Ensure to keep it locked to Thrifter to search for more amazing deals as they become available.

Steve Rogers is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Steve Rogers has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as

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