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Welcome to T3's guide to the best Apple deals, bringing you the lowest prices on Apple's delicious smorgasbord of current products. 2021 has been a great year for Apple fans, with updates to almost all of the company's key products, many with major upgrades.

Of course, if one of these new products is tempting you, it'd be nice to save some money when buying it, wouldn't it? That's exactly what this guide is for – to help you find the current best price on all of Apple's key products. You can skip straight to the kind of product you want, and the prices are updated automatically, always showing you the cheapest option from all the biggest retailers.

More people than ever will be buying online rather than in-store this year, for obvious reasons, and the stores know this too, and will definitely want to offer something to tempt you to shop with them instead of their rivals, so we've already seen some great discounts this sale season.

Apple has only just launched the new iPhone 13 models, so we wouldn't expect to see huge price reductions there in general, but you might see some cut-price deals from smaller networks looking to make a splash, or some bigger networks offering better-value bundles at the same price – doubling the data, say, or throwing in free headphones.

The iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 have come down in price officially, so there may well be further price cuts there – and the iPhone 12 Pro was discontinued, so keep your eye out for big price drops on the remaining stock of those handsets, which could make for a fantastic deal.

Now that the new iPhone SE has been out for a while, there's a great chance of that having some great deals as well – again, probably more with a drop in up-front costs or better-value contracts than a straight price cut.