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CNET NewsJul 18, 2024
Post-Prime Day Apple Deals: Grab These Discounts on AirPods, MacBooks and iPads While You Still Can
Prime Day may be over, but you can still score incredible discounts on Apple AirPods, iPads, AirTags, MacBooks and more while the sale lasts.

CNET How ToJul 18, 2024
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The deals continue. You can still save $200 on an Apple Watch 9, $300 on a new LG TV, or $1,700 on a Sonance surround sound system, to name a few.

Mac RumorsJul 18, 2024
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Now that Amazon Prime Day has ended, many of the week's best deals have expired. However, today we are still tracking a few Apple products that remain at their best-ever prices even after the end of Prime Day, including iPads, MacBooks, AirTags, and a few Jackery accessories.

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CNET NewsJul 18, 2024
Prime Day Is Over but These Headphone Deals Are Still Available
These headphone deals on some of our favorite brands, including Apple, Sony, Bose and more, still remain. But not for long.

CNET How ToJul 18, 2024
This Prime Day Deal Brings Apple's AirPods Max Headphones to Just $395
Even though Prime Day officially ended yesterday, there are still some hot deals sticking around.

EngadgetJul 18, 2024
Xfinity is showing the Olympics with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos on its Stream app
Xfinity is giving its customers access to better picture quality, just in time for the Paris Olympics. To start with, its customers will have the ability to enable Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos via the Xfinity Stream app on compatible streaming devices and TVs for the first time, if they watch USA Network's Paris Olympics coverage. That will give them access to a viewing experience with more detailed pictures and immersive sounds even if they're not streaming through an Xfinity box. 

The telecommunications division of Comcast is also debuting an enhanced 4K viewing experience for all customers of its X1 platform as a whole. It explains enhanced 4K as 4K video delivered over Comcast's network at the highest bitrate, with Dolby Vision for more realistic pictures and Dolby Atmos for immersive audio. The capability will also premiere for the Paris Olympics and will be available on USA Network's 24/7 coverage. Xfinity also promises ultra-low latency, which means viewers will only be seconds behind what's happening in Paris in real time.

"By premiering enhanced 4K during Paris 2024, fans of the Olympics will be among the first to experience this new innovation and enjoy all the live action in stunning picture and audio quality, with significantly less delay compared to anything else in the market," Vito Forlenza, Comcast's Vice President for Sports and Entertainment, said. Xfinity put its enhanced 4K feature to the test during the 2024 Super Bowl, though, to make sure it works as promised. It says that going forward, enhanced 4K will be its new quality standard for live sports on X1. 

The streaming platform will make it easy for customers to access Olympics content, as w

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