Yesterday we brought to you a report about Apple's teaser for its upcoming Black Friday sale. For the uninitiated, Apple is holding an annual Black Friday sale in light with the spirit of the holiday season. With the said teaser, the fruit company announced that they will be hosting a one-day shopping event this coming Friday, November 25th (which is Black Friday). Now, new details emerged as we came across a what looks like a leaked in-store flyer that will be used for the said Black Friday sale.
According to a report by 9to5Mac, a "trusted" tipster provided them with extra details regarding Apple's Black Friday Sale this year. The tipster sent in two photographs of what seems like brochures from Apple depicting different variety of products and accessories with their respective discounts.
Based on the supplied photographs, it turns out that there isn't really that much difference between this year's Black Friday sale to last year's. Although better discounts are offered for devices like the iPad and iPod with higher capacity. iPad 2 buyers will be able to enjoy $41 to $62 discounts, iPod touch models get a $21 to $41 discounts and iPod nano models get an $11 discount. All Mac buyers will be able $101 less which covers the iMac, MacBook Air and Macbook Pro.
It is also worth noting that accessories were thrown-in into the mix as well. The iPad 2 Smart Cover is $11 less, Apple Wireless Keyboard and Apple Wireless Magic Trackpad are both $11 off, $5 for a $50 iTunes/App Store/iBookstore gift card and there are discounts as well for AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule, and AirPort Express. Third party accessories are offered with discounts as well such as the Speck CandyShell iPhone 4/4S case, mophie JuicePack Air, Jawbone Up and Jawbone Jambox, Griffin Universal Remote Control system for the iPod touch and many more. Check out the image below for the list of discounted products.
Apple is not exactly for its drool-worthy special deals and discounts, so as you can see the discounts isn’t really all that much. Overall, other electronic retail stores such as Best Buy offers better deals. But a discount is a discount and shoppers who are planning to visit Apple's Retail Stores this coming Friday will surely be grateful for the discounts offered. [via 9to5Mac]