For today only, you can get a gift card worth up to £120 with the purchase of selected Apple gifts in Apple's One Day Shopping Event.
You'll get the full whack if you buy a Mac, £80 if you buy an iPad Pro and £40 if you buy another iPad or selected iPhones.
If you buy online you'll get an e-voucher and if you buy in a physical Apple Store you'll get a physical gift card.
Here's the list of what's on offer today:
Mac (excl. mini, iMac Pro) £120
iPad Pro £80
iPad & iPad mini 4 £40
iPhone 7, 6s £40
iPhone SE £20
Apple Watch Series 1 £20
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The best iPad Pro 10.5 deals
Apple announced the iPad Pro 10.5-inch alongside a new version of the iPad Pro 12.9 with the same core spec as this new size version.
Clearly Apple sees that saturating the 'pro' tablet market is the way to go. Naturally the new tabs have support for Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard.
The best iPad Pro 12.9-inch deals
This is the iPad for you if you want something with the wow-factor, while the innards have recently been updated, too. It's the biggest iPad ever and it's not cheap but there are some good deals out there.
At 12.9-inches it's by far the biggest iPad Apple has ever made and it packs super powerful internal organs that turn it into a hyper productivity device.
The best new iPad deals
Apple has replaced the iPad Air 2 with a new iPad, referred to simply as 'new 9.7-inch iPad' or, 'new iPad', as we're sure it will be more commonly known! Apparently the new iPad features a 'brighter' retina display as well as the Apple A9 chip (plus the M9 co-processor) from the iPhone 6S, 6S Plus and iPhone SE.
The best iPad Air 2 deals
Still the most popular iPad model out there and now cheaper than ever This is probably the iPad for you if you're looking for a 'normal' sized iPad with up-to-date specs, super slim design and a reasonable price tag. Since the iPad Pro 9.7 came out, the iPad Air 2 has been available at a cheaper price and so the time is right to pick one up.
The best iPad Air deals
The original thin-tastic iPad Air is now cheap and bargainous If you want an iPad Air 2 but don't quite want to spend that much money, you should definitely check out the original iPad Air. It's thinner, lighter and yet a lot more powerful than any iPad that came before it and because it's a couple of years old now it's available at a much cheaper price. Don't let that put you off though, this is still a highly competent and highly recommended iPad – deals below:
The best iPad mini 4 deals
The latest and greatest 7-inch iPad is a brilliant tablet If you're after a 7-inch iPad and you want the latest and greatest, the iPad mini 4 is the one for you. It's the best iPad mini yet and got full marks when we reviewed it late last year. The design is thinner than ever before, and thus it's much nicer to hold. The screen resolution of 2048 x 1536 is impressive given the more compact dimensions and the quality is very much welcome too - being able to use this fully in almost direct light again adds to the portability.
The best iPad mini 2 deals
The second iPad mini is now much cheaper but still brilliant The iPad mini 2 is definitely worth picking up if you want a great 7-inch tablet for as little money as possible. This is probably the best budget 7-inch tablet out there and still comes with super-sharp Retina display and plenty of powerful components.
The best Macbook deals
Apple truly redefined the concept of an ultra-portable notebook in 2014 when it released a 12-inch Retina laptop that was just 13.1mm thick!
Despite being the baby of the MacBook family, in many ways it’s a grown-up MacBook Air, designed to be used anywhere, all day and with a new ‘butterfly’ mechanism keyboard that’s better for long periods of typing.
The MacBook was updated in early 2016 with slightly improved specs and a new Rose Gold colour (also available in Gold, Silver and Space Grey) before getting a mid-2017 spec bump as well.
Weighing in under a kilo, it’s Apple’s most lightweight laptop but still packs in a 226ppi pixel density in its 12-inch Retina display. It also features a Force Touch trackpad, which can trigger different responses as you apply more pressure.
The best Mac mini deals
After Mac OS for the cheapest price possible? Already got a monitor (and keyboard and mouse) you can use?
Then it's worth considering the Mac mini. It isn't the fastest, but it costs less than half of the other Macs. The point of the Mac Mini is that it's, well, mini - we've seen bigger hard drives than the modest footprint of the sleek silver box.
At 7.7 inches square and just 1.4 inches deep, the Mac Mini won't strike many as a computer at all. The minimalist design with all sockets hidden at the back mean it's one of the most stylish gadgets Apple make. As a trendy metallic square for your home office, it looks the part and is rugged.
Small and powerful, there's little the Mac Mini can't do for general users and a lot it can do for pro users with a few upgrades. You can actually spec out a Mac mini to a pretty high level (for an extra price of course), and it's actually a perfect option for some.
Here are the best Mac mini deals available right now:
13-inch MacBook Air deals
The Air was last given a boost in June this year with new Intel processors and graphics.
The rest of the specs are unchanged from the 2016 model, which itself only added an extra 4GB of RAM (to 8GB) across the board.
It has a great heritage as the ultimate ultra-portable and it has been more than eight years since Steve Jobs stood on stage and pulled one out of a manilla envelope. The lineup only includes the 13.3-inch model now, as the 12-inch MacBook took the place of the tiny 11-inch Air.
When choosing an Air you can still opt for one of the older models by shopping in the Apple refurb store, a wise option if you really are limited on cash but know you want a little Apple laptop.
13-inch MacBook Pro deals (2017, no Touch Bar)
The Touch Bar-less version of the new MacBook Pro is the most straightforward replacement for the previous generation of MacBook Pros. After a false start in 2016 (it was too expensive), there's a new 2017 MacBook Pro with a 128GB SSD,
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The Touch bar will generally cost you an extra £300. It's an OLED strip of app-specific controls called the Touch Bar. This replaces the line of function keys with a row of context-sensitive shortcuts for use in most apps.
15-inch MacBook Pro deals (with Touch Bar)
For the most power, as well as screen real estate, you’ll want the 15-inch model. Starts at £2,349 for the 2.6GHz Core i7 with a blisteringly fast 256GB SSD and Radeon Pro 450 graphics with 2GB memory. Max out everything on offer and you could pay around £4,000.
MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (early 2015) deals
Newer MacBooks may be more portable, but this is still a powerful laptop. The new MacBook Pro for 2015 didn't undergo a dramatic reimagining, but then there wasn't anything particularly wrong with it in the first place. Improvements to its performance mean it's better value than before, and the noticeably improved battery life makes it even more of a mobile workhorse. As ever the cost of adding memory and storage soon sends the price tag into orbit, but even the stock MacBook Pro is an incredibly versatile computer and arguably Apple's best ever laptop.
MacBook Pro 15-inch with Retina display (2015) deals
Take a look at the seriously impressive specs of the 2015 model 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. The Intel Core i7 2.5 Ghz processor combined with 16GB of RAM will make light work of anything you can throw at it. 512GB of super fast flash storage, a new Force Touch trackpad and that incredible four million pixel-packing display make this one of the best laptops in the business.
MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (2014) deals
There's plenty to like on the 2014 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display: from the still-impressive display to its excellent build quality, great keyboard and good (but not excellent) battery life. It may not be as portable as the MacBook Air, but it's far from cumbersome and its top notch build quality means you won't be worried about its welfare when carrying it around.
21.5-inch iMac with Retina 4K display deals
Ever since the famous Bondi Blue iMac debuted way back in 1998, Apple’s all-in-one desktop computer has been setting standards in gorgeous design and powerful performance.
These days Apple is again pushing boundaries with the iMac, blessing all of its 27-inch models with the world’s best display, which has a massive 5K (5120x2880) resolution and a wider colour gamut than previous models.
Earlier this year there were several updates to the 'standard' iMac range. We're talking better screens, more memory, the latest Intel Kaby Lake 7th gen processors, more storage and two USB Type-C ports with Thunderbolt 3.
There's also a retina 4K display and discrete graphics added to the £1,249 21.5-inch iMac.
27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display deals
The best iPod touch deals
Although Apple no longer makes the mega-useful or the not-so-useful the iPod touch lives on with broadly the same internals as the iPhone 6.
The iPod touch is available in space grey, silver, gold, pink and blue.