Apple to Host Special Shopping Event on November 25th
Apple is going to hold a special shopping event on Black Friday–November 25. Though Black Friday is a US shopping event, Apple scheduled the event to take place worldwide including the Apple stores in U.K., Australia, Canada, Germany, France and Italy. Don’t get upset if there are no Apple stores in your country, you can surely benefit from online shopping; the special shopping event is going both virtual and real.
It was stated at Apple store:
Mark your calendar now, and come back to the Apple Online Store the day after Thanksgiving for the special one-day event. You’ll discover amazing iPad, iPod, and Mac gifts for everyone on your list.
Until then, browse the Apple Online Store for great ideas.
What discounts can you expect from Apple stores on Black Friday?
To tell the truth Apple discounts are usually small and third-party retailers offer more savings. I can’t guess what offers it will make this year but if we look back we can see that last year’s discounts are not promising much. On Black Friday 2010 Apple offered $101 savings on iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lines, $41 savings on the iPad, and a $21 discount on the iPod touch. IPone usually retains the same price. I want to remind you again that these are the results of last year’s Black Friday and Apple made no official announcements of this year’s pricing.
Apple is expecting $37 billion in revenue for the December quarter; maybe this will make Apple do more discounts on Black Friday 2011.
The recent surveys have shown that Apple’s iOS devices top children’s wish lists on this holiday season. The 44% of children aged between 6-12 wish to get an iPad, 30% want an iPod touch, and 26% are interested in iPhone.
So, don’t miss Apple’s special shopping event! We are expecting an “iHoliday”!