The best deals on AirPods, MacBooks, iPads and more during Amazon’s Spring Sale

Amazon has kicked off its latest multi-day deals event, dubbed the Big Spring Sale. Although this event isn’t nearly as heavy on tech deals as summer Prime Day, there are still a few good gadget discount to note. If you’re specifically looking for a new Apple device, we’ve compiled the best Apple deals we could find below. In truth, the pickings are pretty slim — and those specifically on the market for a new iPad should probably hold off for now (check out our note below) — but we’d be remiss not to mention a few good offers on the AirPods Pro, Apple Pencil and MacBook Air. Here are the best Amazon Big Spring Sale Apple deals we could find. We’ll update this post if more worthwhile discounts arise. As a reminder, Amazon says the Spring sale will run through March 25 and isn’t exclusive to Prime subscribers.

A quick PSA on iPad deals

Most people should hold off on buying a new iPad right now. Apple is widely expected to announce new tablets in the coming weeks, with past reports suggesting that we’ll see two new iPad Pros, a refreshed iPad Air and an all-new Air model with a 12.9-inch display. That said, neither the 10th-gen iPad nor the iPad mini are expected to be updated until later in 2024, so if one of those slates suit your needs and you absolutely must buy a new tablet today, both should be a little safer to buy than the iPad Air or iPad Pro. (Or the older 10.2-inch iPad, which is likely to be discontinued with the next round of refreshes.) We’ll highlight a couple of decent prices on those devices below.

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