While the current pandemic has changed how stores are treating Black Friday, we still think the day after Thanksgiving is the official start of the holiday shopping season so we are presenting our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide with some of this year’s favorite items for the Apple fans in your family. You can read more about each product by following the links or go directly to the Amazon purchase page by clicking on the product ad.
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Whether you’re giving someone their first Apple Watch, updating one to the newest model, or just wanting to give them a fresh look, check out the JUUK Vitero Band for Apple Watch for a unique style with superior craftsmanship. Read our full review here.
The Aukey PB-Y32 is a 10000mAh Power Bank with Power Delivery 3.0 and supports Qualcom® Quick Charge™ 3.0. That alone would make this a power bank worth checking out. But the Aukey PB-Y32 takes things one step further by including a wireless charging panel integrated into the top of the unit, making it easier than ever to get a hassle-free charge while on the go.
This 65W power bank from Aukey has what it takes to charge your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro while on the go, with power to spare for your iPhone and iPad.
With 65W of power and USB-C Power delivery, the AUKEY Omnia wall chargers have what it takes to keep your MacBook Pro and iPhone powered up simultaneously.
Enjoy multi-Device: Charging and power for up to 5 devices simultaneously, by incorporating a wireless charging surface with rear USB-C and USB-A ports for when you need them.
For the tech enthusiast on your holiday list, give the gift that is as special as they are. The Synology DS218 Network Attached Storage device has all the power and applications they need to manage all the data in your home or small office.
People like their original Apple AirPod and while they would love to upgrade to the AirPods Pro to get the benefit of Active Noise Cancellation (“ANC”), the $249.00 price tag is often out of their budget. Thanks to the new Edifier TWS NB wireless earbuds, you can enjoy ANC earbuds without breaking the bank.
For great sound quality and a very affordable price, check out the Edifier X3 True Wireless Earbuds. Read our review here.
For many people, the holidays means a new Mac laptop and with it comes USB-C ports. To connect your legacy peripheral, monitors and hard drives, they will need a USB-C hub and Aukey has a model that will meet anyone’s needs.
You can get more information by checking out our detailed review here.
The latest AUKEY OMNIA 61W and 100W Wall Chargers are your perfect companions to keep your Apple gear powered up and ready to go.
One of the complaints many people have about their Mac is the poor quality of the built-in FaceTime camera. Whether you have the latest MacBook Air, the 16” MacBook Pro or any model in between, you only get a 720p camera. That is also true for all but the most expensive iMac models. And of course, the Mac Pro, Mac mini and Apple’s $4,999 Pro Display XDR, don’t have a camera at all.
The good news is, AUKEY has a solution that will provide crystal clear images but won’t break the bank.
The folks at iStorage have now added a new option to their secure storage with the datAshur BT. We think this may be the ultimate in secure portable data with the added convenience of using your iPhone or Apple Watch to unlock the device.
For anyone looking for a new mouse that can work on both your Mac and your iPad, the Logitech MX3 Anywhere for Mac Bluetooth Mouse is a great option.
For the photographer on your gift list, check out some great gift ideas from our friends at pixpa.com.
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