Apple revealed a slew of products on Wednesday, including two new iPhones, the iPad Pro and the long-anticipated new Apple TV. For early-adopters, it's a chance to blow some cash and be the first kid on the block with some fancy new toys. Everyone else, however, has a chance to score some perfectly good Apple tech at lower prices.
So what's in the (relative) bargain bin right now?
Apple unveiled the iPad mini 4 on Wednesday, which packs the power of the iPad Air 2 into a smaller 7.9-inch body. That starts at $399.
The release of the iPad mini 4 pushed down the price of the iPad mini 2 to a very reasonable $269. It might not be as fast as the newer models, but the iPad mini 2 still features a Retina display and 10 hours of battery life.
In fact, for most people who want to run the more than 500,000 apps in the App Store, it should be plenty powerful — and leave them some extra cash to pay for a new iPhone.
With most carriers cutting out two-year contracts, the pricing on iPhones is a little different than it was before. All you need to know is that the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus have lowered the price of the previous models —the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus — by $100.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are now available for $549 and $649, respectively. Each carrier offers financing plans that split the cost over 24 months. AT&T still offers two-year contracts, which require $99 for the iPhone 6 and $199 for the iPhone 6 Plus.
The new models feature a 12-megapixel camera capable of recording 4K video and Apple's 3D Touch feature. Those features aside, the iPhone 6S really isn't that much of a leap from the iPhone 6. That could provide tempting for people who want to save $100.
There are plenty of people still using and loving their iPhone 5S. Now it's essentially free for people with two-year contracts, or $450 if you want to buy it outright. Refurbished, these phones can be bought for around $300 on sites like Gazelle, a price that could decline as more iPhone 6 units are sold by customers looking to upgrade to the 6S.
Technically, the old Apple TV didn't get a price cut. That already happened in March when Apple lowered it to its current price of $69. Still, that is significantly less than the new Apple TV, which will cost $149, and competing devices like the Roku 3.