Apple is gearing up to offer discounts on all of its products on 25 November as part of a Black Friday retail promotion.
The company has sent out email notifications to customers of the pending sale, which will take place both online and at Apple's retail store operations. The advertisement boasts of a Friday promotion for all Apple Store locations.
While the company's official mailer does not give details on precisely what deals will be offered by Apple, a leaked advertising page obtained by Macintosh news site 9to5Mac outlines deals for both hardware and accessories across the iOS and OS X platforms.
Among the largest discounts will be for the iMac and MacBook hardware lines. The desktop and notebook systems will be offered with $101 discount from the regular retail price. The discounts include both the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.
Apple will not be the only firm offering discounts on its notebook models. Earlier this week Google revealed sharp price cuts for two of its Chromebook models.
Additionally, the sale will bring discounts for the iPad 2 of up to $61 and iPod Touch discounts as high as $41.
A second photo from the site outlines a further series of planned discounts on accessories for the iPhone, iPad and iPod as well as multiple peripheral devices for both the Mac and iOS lines.
The release comes as retailers gear up for the holiday shopping season. Known as Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving Day is traditionally the busiest day in the retail calendar.
In recent years, online retailers have pushed their own version of Black Friday, known as Cyber Monday – the first work day after the Thanksgiving holiday when many consumers return to the office and begin making their online holiday purchases.
The looming shopping season has impacted the companies who support online retailers as well. Google has attempted to simplify payment processing for retailers this season by announcing the merging of its Checkout and Wallet payment services for merchants.
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