Apple, Inc. seems to be getting more aggressive selling refurbished Apple devices on its website. We’ve had MacBooks on there for a while and, more recently, they started offering refurbished iPhones as well. They’ve extended the line now to Apple Watch Series 1 and Apple Watch Series 2 as well, with prices starting as low as $229.

Refurbished Apple Watch (Series 1 and Series 2)

All color variants of the 38mm Apple Watch – rose gold case, silver case with white band, space gray case with black band, gold case with concrete band and many more – are selling on Apple.com for $229 each.

You can also get the 42mm variants of Apple Watch Series 1 for slightly more, at $249.

The Refurbished Apple Watch Series 2, 38mm Space Black Stainless Steel Case with Black Sport Band is available at 14% off at $469, and a Refurbished Apple Watch Series 2, 42mm Stainless Steel Case with White Sport Band retails at $509 (15% off).

See the Full Range of Refurbished Apple Watch (Series 1 and Series 2)

Refurbished iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

Apple is also offering refurbished iPhone 6s 16GB (most color options are available) at $449, while the iPhone 6s Plus 16GB options are available for $529. The 64GB variant of iPhone 6s Plus is also on sale, for $589.

See All Options for Refurbished iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus (16GB and 64GB)

Refurbished iMac and MacBook Selection

Refurbished 12-inch MacBook 1.1GHz Dual-core Intel Core M – Gold at $929.00 ($170 off)

Refurbished 21.5-inch iMac 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 at $1,059.00 ($190 off)




Refurbished 27-inch iMac 3.2GHz Quad-core Intel Core i5 with Retina 5K display at $1,529 (#370 off)

See All MacBook and iMac Options

Apple is also offering refurbished Apple TVs, iPad Minis and iPad Pros at varying discounts.

Special Offers

All products sold come “Apple Certified” with a Full 1-Year Warranty. Basically, these are either returned products that have been fixed up, or older stock that’s being cleared to make way for new inventory. They’ve got some great deals for anyone interested in Apple products but not keen on shelling out the full retail price. Of course, you won’t see any iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus just yet, but they should eventually make their way into the refurbished line as well.

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