Apple doesn’t just make Macs, iPhones, iPads, AirPods, HomePods and so on. The company also makes excellent accessories, including the Apple Pencil (a stylus for the iPad), Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and much more.
These are all great products, but what if you don’t want to pay full price? Luckily there are various resellers that are discounting them. So if you want to buy an Apple Pencil, Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, or one of the Smart Keyboards for the iPad, you have come to the right place.
Best deals for Apple accessories
If you want to buy a new Apple keyboard, mouse, trackpad or any other peripheral, there are plenty of deals to be had:
In the UK:
- Currys, Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID for £129, usually £149 (£20 off)
- Amazon, Magic TrackPad for £103, usually £129 (£26 off)
- Ebuyer, black version of the Magic TrackPad for £135.99, usually £149 (£13 off)
- John Lewis, 2021 Magic Mouse for £63, usually £79 (£16 off)
- Currys, Apple Magic Keyboard, with numeric keys, without Touch ID for £106.99, usually £129 (£22 off)
- John Lewis, Magic Keyboard without Touch ID for £79, usually £99 (£20 off)
- Currys, Apple Pencil (2nd gen) for £119, usually £139 (£20 off). John Lewis has the same deal
- O2, pack of four Apple AirTags for £84.99, usually £119 (£34 off)
- Currys, single AirTag for £28.99, usually £35 (£6 off)
Apple Magic Keyboard Deals
Apple Magic Keyboard (with Touch ID) 2021
You no longer have to buy an M1 iMac if you want a Touch ID on the keyboard of your Apple desktop computer. You can buy an Apple Keyboard with Touch ID incorporated. You will need to have a M1-equipped Mac to use the Touch ID feature though. Read: How to buy a Apple Keyboard with Touch ID.
The Magic Keyboard with Touch ID costs $149 (buy from Apple US) and £149 (Buy from Apple UK)
Apple Magic Keyboard (with Touch ID and numeric keypad) 2021
The price for the Touch ID keyboard with numeric keypad is $179 ( buy from Apple US) and £179 ( buy from Apple UK).
Apple Magic Keyboard (without Touch ID, with numeric keypad)
You can still buy the older Apple Magic Keyboard without Touch ID.
The model with the numeric keypad costs $129 from Apple and £129 from Apple. Good deals from other resellers will appear below.
Apple Magic Keyboard (without numeric keypad)
The non-Touch ID, non-numeric keypad version of the Magic Keyboard is still available. It costs $99 from Apple US and £99 from Apple UK.
Apple Magic TrackPad Deals
Apple Magic TrackPad (2021)
If you have a Mac laptop you will be familiar with the trackpad that interprets various gestures and swipes to move around the desktop, zoom in and out of images, and turn pages. You can buy a separate Magic Trackpad to use with a desktop Mac (or a MacBook if you prefer).
In August 2021,Apple launched a new Magic TrackPad (which now has a white touch-sensitive surface rather than aluminum). Apple now includes a USB-C to Lightning cable with both products (previously it was a USB-A plug).
The Magic TrackPad costs $129 (buy from Apple US) and £129 (buy from Apple UK).
Apple Magic TrackPad (2021, black)
There’s also a black version of the Magic Trackpad available. It usually costs $149 or £149.
Apple Magic Mouse deals
Apple Magic Mouse 2021
The Magic Mouse is now in its third generation. It is a multi-touch mouse that also responds to gestures, such as swipes on the top of its body. It is also possible to set up a Magic Mouse to respond to a ‘right-click’ (although this isn’t the default). Like the Magic Trackpad, the 2021 Magic Mouse now features a USB-C to Lightning cable (previously it had a USB-A plug).
The 2021 Magic Mouse in white costs $79 (buy from Apple US) and £79 (buy from Apple UK).
You can also get a black version of the Magic Mouse for $99 (buy from Apple US) and £99 (buy from Apple UK).
Apple Pencil deals
Apple Pencil (2nd generation)
The second-generation Apple Pencil was announced in October 2018. It works with most new iPads, (aside from the 10.9- and 10.2-inch models). It costs $129 from Apple US and £139 from Apple UK (up from £119).
Apple Pencil (1st generation)
The first-generation Apple Pencil was announced back in September 2015, but it’s still on sale now as it still works with the 9th- and 10th-gen iPad models. It normally costs $99 from Apple US and £109 from Apple UK (was £89).
Check the table below for the best deals right now. Normally $99/£119.