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PC World Latest NewsJul 12, 2024
Amazon Prime Day 2024: Everything to know and early deals

Whether you're new to Amazon's Prime Day event or you've been through it multiple times, it always pays to have the best information. Without further ado, here's everything we know about the next big sale event. But let's lead off with links to all the early sales.

Best Amazon deals already on sale Every day we curate great tech deals on sale at Amazon. Here are some great discounts we've already hand-selected.

SK hynix Tube 1TB Stick SSD - $85 (37% off on Amazon with coupon) Apple Watch Ultra 2 - $719 (10% off on Amazon) Mokin 6-in-1 USB-C Hub - $34 (32% off on Amazon) LG LG 34-inch Ultragear OLED Curved Gaming Monitor - $897 (31% off on Amazon) Petkit Automatic Cat Feeder and Camera - $109 (39% off on Amazon for Prime members) Sony SRS-XP700 X-Series Wireless Portable Bluetooth Speaker - $398 (28


EngadgetJul 12, 2024
Apple Prime Day deals are here early with the M2 Macbook Air discounted to a new low of $799
Here's a juicy early Amazon Prime Day deal: you can snag the base, 13-inch M2 MacBook Air for only $799 right now. The laptop gleaned a $200 discount as part of Prime Day Apple deals, and the savings apply to all color options so you can score one in that beautiful Midnight finish. That's the price for the models without AppleCare — you'll have to spend just under $1,000 if you want that add-on.

This model isn't exactly top of the MacBook Air line anymore. It's been supplanted by the M3-powered MBA, which is now our pick for the best MacBook overall. But if you'd like to save some cash and still have a very capable Apple laptop to carry around, the M2 variant is our choice for the best budget MacBook — this latest discount just makes it even easier to recommend.



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PC World Latest NewsJul 12, 2024
Best early Amazon tech deals for Prime Day 2024

Luckily for tech enthusiasts, discounts are available across a range of popular categories, from laptop and desktop PCs, to power banks and phones chargers, to both internal and external storage devices, and much, much more.

The list below has been curated by PCWorld's expert staff, who collectively have been testing PC hardware for decades and have a razor-sharp sense of what products are worth buying and what deals offer the greatest value.

Read on for all of the best tech deals, and be sure to check out our Prime Day 2024 deals hub for more great tech discounts.

Top early deals on mainstream laptops, Chromebooks, and tablets Asus VivoBook 16, includes an AMD Ryzen 7 7730U CPU and 1TB of SSD storage, $499.99 ($100 off at Amazon) Samsung Galaxy Book4 Pro, includes an OLED touchscreen and an Intel Core 7 Ultra CPU, $1,274.99 ($139 off at Amazon) Acer Chromebook 315, Celeron N4500/4GB RAM/64GB SSD, 15.6-inch 1080p display, $184.00 (49% off at Amazon) Apple iPad mini (6th Gen) with 8.3-inch Liquid Retina display, 10-hour battery, 4GB RAM, 256GB storage, Wi-Fi 6. $550 ($100 off on Amazon)


EngadgetJul 12, 2024
Apple Vision Pro goes on sale in the UK, Canada and Australia
The Apple Vision Pro is now available for purchase in Australia, Canada, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. Apple first expanded its availability in Asia by releasing it in mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore back on June 28, which is also when it started taking pre-orders for Europe, Canada and Australia. Now if you're from those regions, you can can easily purchase the $3,500 headset from Apple anytime you want.

Since the Vision Pro became available in the US in February, Apple has released more and more games on the App Store and Arcade for it, as well as new 3D films that you can access with an Apple TV subscription. The company also introduced Spatial Persona avatars, which takes your collaborators' avatars out of their restricted windows and places them right next to you in virtual space. It may sound creepy, but it's Apple's solution to making it feel more natural to work together and hang out on the Vision Pro. 

At WWDC this year, Apple debuted visionOS 2 for the headset, which will introduce spatial photos that provide depth to 2D images. What that means is, when you move your head while looking at a photo, you'll be able to see more details to the left and right of the original image. It will bring updated gesture controls to the headset, as well, letting you open the home view by holding you hand up then


SlashDotJul 12, 2024
iPhone Upgrades - Not Android Switchers - Drive Apple Sales, Bernstein Says


Mac RumorsJul 12, 2024
The MacRumors Show: Samsung's Latest Challengers to Apple
On this week's episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss all of the major new device announcements from Samsung's 2024 Galaxy Unpacked event and how they compare to Apple's offerings.


Mac RumorsJul 12, 2024
Apple Vision Pro Launches in UK, Canada, France, Germany, and Australia
Apple's Vision Pro spatial computing headset today arrived at Apple Store locations in the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, and Australia. The device was previously only available in Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, mainland China, and the United States.


CNET How ToJul 12, 2024
Amazon Slashes $260 Off M2 MacBook Air, Its Lowest Price Yet
One of Apple's most popular laptop models, the 13-inch M2 MacBook Air, is at the lowest price it has ever been.

SlashDotJul 11, 2024
Apple Settles EU Case By Opening Its iPhone Payment System To Rivals


SlashDotJul 11, 2024
Apple's Vision Pro Won't Cross 500,000 Sales This Year, IDC Says


Mac RumorsJul 09, 2024
Nomad Launches 65W Dual USB-C Power Adapter With Built-In Apple Watch Charger
Nomad today announced the launch of its latest product, the 65W AC Power Adapter Apple Watch Edition. Ideal for travel, the power adapter includes two USB-C ports and an Apple Watch charging puck.


TechCrunchJan 11, 2022
Microsoft Discovered New 'Powerdir' macOS Vulnerability, Fixed in 12.1 Update



This morning, Microsoft's 365 Defender research team released details of a new macOS "Powerdir"  vulnerability that allows an attacker to bypass transparency, consent, and control technology to gain unauthorized access to protected data. 

Apple has already fixed vulnerability CVE-2021-30970  in the macOS Monterey 12.1 Update released in December, so users who have upgraded to the latest version of Monterey are protected. Those who haven't should update. Apple in its Security Release Notes for Update 12.1  confirmed the vulnerability of TCC  and attributed its discovery to Microsoft.


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