The best Cyber Monday deals on Apple products, accessories, and apps

Scoop up these discounts online today only.

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Black Friday isn’t the only day to scoop up discounted Apple devices. While Apple isn’t doing anything to celebrate Cyber Monday, there are still plenty of deals to be found on the Cupertino company’s products—and accessories to go with them—from other retailers. Here are the best deals still available online only:

Target is offering 15 percent off its entire site, and that includes iPads.

Best Buy had a slew of Apple deals on Black Friday, and while its Cyber Monday selections aren’t quite as extensive, you can still pick up select MacBooks and iMacs for $100-$150 less than usual.

If you were waiting for a deal to snag an iPhone 6s, T-Mobile is offering $100 off a 64GB model, so you can get it for the price of a 16GB version.

Accessory maker TwelveSouth is slashing prices by 50 percent for some of our favorite Mac accessories, including the HiRise stand for iMacs and Cinema displays. The $80 stand is $40 today only.

Another $40 deal is the Stand for Apple Watch. Nomad has also cut the price of its Strap for Apple Watch and its Pod for Apple Watch by 30 percent.

Incase is also cutting prices in half on its MacBook, iPad, and iPhone cases with the code CM15.

LifeProof’s rugged iPhone cases are 40 percent off today for the adventurers (or klutzes) in your life.

Griffin makes a ton of MFi accessories that are 30 percent off today with the code CYBERMONDAY.

Staples has a few Cyber Monday deals for Apple gifts, like 20 percent off iTunes gift cards and 20 percent off iPad mini models.

If you don’t want to shell out $99 for an Apple Pencil, FiftyThree’s iOS stylus, also called Pencil, is $30 on Amazon today (down from $50).

If you’re not in the market for devices and accessories, some iOS apps are also on sale today. Here are a few of the best deals we found:

Fantastical 2 for iPhone is now $2.99, down from $4.99, while the iPad version is now $4.99, down from $9.99.

Recipe manager Paprika is $2.99 today, down from $4.99.

Data tracking apps DataMan and WifiMan are available as a $3.99 bundle today, down from $5.98 for the pair.

Spot any Cyber Monday deals we missed? Share them in the comments.

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