Buyer’s guide goes live in Australia, rest of the world to follow
Numerous countries around the world have adopted the annual sales event, with more jumping on the Black Friday bandwagon each year.
“Get ready to give. Shop online or visit your favourite Apple Retail Store. We’ll help you make the most of the day, no matter how you shop,” Apple says on a newly-launched web page in Australia.
The shopping event prices are yet to be announced.
Available solely through 23 November (from 2:01 a.m.) to 24 November (1:59 a.m.), the sales will apply to products like the iPad, the iPod line, and Macintosh computers.
The iPhone will not be featured in Apple’s Black Friday sales offer, if history is any indication.
Apple stresses that promotional pricing cannot be combined with any other offers, while sale prices are limited to the available stock. The One Day Sale discount prices will not be available to distributors, dealers or resellers.
Apple’s guide is already up and running, with the Mac maker encouraging customers to either shop online, visit a physical store, or buy everything from the iPhone app.
Shop online.Browse the Apple Online Store now for great gift ideas. Then shop the event and get free shipping. Browse the store
· Visit a store.
Get expert help finding the perfect gifts. And breeze through checkout with Express Shopping. Find a store
· Buy from your iPhone.
Shop the Apple Store app from anywhere. Or use the EasyPay feature to scan and pay in store. Download now
Customers can expect Apple to shave off just a few bucks on its premium offerings. iPad minis selling for $329 / €329 will probably not go below the $299 / €299 mark.
iPod touch 5th generation players which currently go for $299.00 (with 32GB of storage) will probably be discounted roughly $20 / €20.
We’ll keep an eye out for when the prices are actually disclosed. In the meanwhile, leave a comment and tell us if you’re excited about Black Friday.