Apple’s 2016 Holiday Gift Guide Recommends Apple Products for Everyone
Apple doesn’t traditionally offer great Black Friday deals, although its products are highly coveted Christmas gifts. The company last year offered iTunes gift cards of varying amounts, depending on what you purchased. The company is yet to share its 2016 Black Friday deals, but the company already put up its 2016 Holiday Gift Guide.
The guide contains various product recommendations, including iPhone 7, MacBook, Apple Watch, iPad, Apple TV, gift cards, and accessories. In other words, Apple thinks all its products would make great gifts this holiday season, and it’s probably right.
Apple’s brand new iPhone 7 and MacBook Pro (late 2016) are best-selling devices already, and they’re probably on the list of many shoppers this Christmas.
While Apple doesn’t offer buyers any special deals, it’ll still get them free shipping on various products. Unfortunately, the deals vary by country, and products.
US iPhone 7 buyers who order by 5:00 PM local time will get next-day shipping if the phone is in stock. Apple offers free two-day shipping to American customers who purchase any other Apple product by the same time each day.
Canadians get free standard shipping on everything in the store.
In the UK, users get free next-day delivery on in-stock orders amounting to at least £40, as long as they’re placed by 19:00 local time.
Countries in Western Europe, including France, Germany, Spain, and the Netherlands, will receive free next-day deliver on in-stock products ordered between 15:00 and 17:00 local time, for orders over €40.
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