Wednesday’s best deals: iPhone XR battery case, MacBook Pro


Today’s best deals include Apple’s official iPhone XR battery case at a new all-time low, $520 off the latest 15-inch MacBook Pro, and Anker’s AirPower alternative. Head below for more in this episode of 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Apple’s iPhone XR battery case hits a new all-time low

Amazon is offering a rare discount on the official Apple iPhone XR battery case at $102 shipped. That’s a $27 savings off the regular going rate and a new Amazon all-time low. Apple’s official iPhone XR battery case sports a sleek design that delivers up to an additional 39 hours of use on a full charge. It has a built-in Lightning port for charging and using various Apple accessories.

Woot offers savings on latest 15-inch MacBook Pro

You can currently grab the 2018 15-inch MacBook Pro over at Woot for $1,880 in certified refurbished condition. That’s roughly $520 off the regular new condition price and the best we can find. Apple’s latest MacBook Pro sports a 2.2GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 256GB internal SSD. Ships with four Thunderbolt 3 ports, Touch Bar, Touch ID, and more. Includes a one-year warranty.

Anker’s AirPower alternative is now just $50

After AirPower bit the dust, manufacturers raced to put out their own alternatives to meet market demand. One of those was from Anker, which introduced the PowerWave+ wireless charging pad shortly after Apple made its new official. It’s currently marked down to $50, which is the best price we’ve tracked all-time. The built-in Qi pad offers 7.5W of power, but you will need to provide an Apple Watch charging puck. Ships with a wall power block and microUSB cable. Early reviews are positive. Learn more in our launch coverage.

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