Apple Black Friday 2016 news: iPhones, iPads likely to sell like hotcakes


The best way to indulge in Black Friday Deals is to be the first one to breeze through the queues of people lining up for iPhones and iPads. Black Friday Deals have already been part and parcel of American culture in with the new and dumping slightly used mobile devices. Apple devices taken remain to be the most sought after goods in the past Black Friday deals.

Great deals on iPhone 7 have already been spotted to attract the crowd at Target, Walmart and Best Buy. For any purchase of iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, buyers will receive gift cards. The website Science World Report has come up with a list of stores offering the cheapest Apple devices that U.S. customers have been chasing.

Walmart will offer a $250 gift card for any purchased iPhone, although the special deal is exclusively available only for iPhones bought in-store via installment plan of AT&T Next and Verizon Device. Target honors only gift cards for iPhone 7 or 7 Plus and it is for in-store purchase only. This transaction should fall under the 24-month installment plan via Sprint, Verizon Device and AT&T Next.

Meanwhile, the 256 GB variant of iPhone 7 will come along with a $250 card for in-store purchases at Best Buy. To entice the customer, this offer is valid also for any 32 GB or 128 GB unit models of the iPhone 7, regardless if these items were bought online or in-store.

The iPad Pro is rumored to be part of the Black Friday madness and tipped to offer an enormous $150 discount at Target with an initial selling price of $449. Similarly, Best Buy is also catching up with the retail frenzy offering a $125 discount for customers buying 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Apple laptops are expected to sell like hotcakes with the 256 GB MacBook air model having a price tag of $999. One minor disappointment the Mac does not have a Retina Display.