Apple rarely offers discounts, which is exactly why you should jump on sales on its various products at third-party retailers whenever they crop up. Following the iPhone 15 launch, Woot is offering a slew of Apple accessory discounts, including iPhone cases, Apple Watch bands, AirTag loops, MagSafe wallets and power adapters, all marked down with prices starting as low as $4.
Whether you're desperately in need of a new case or you need to upgrade your chargers to USB-C for your new iPhone, now's the time to do it. The offers are available through Sept. 30, while supplies last. However, we expect some products may sell out, so we recommend making your purchase sooner rather than later for the best selection.
MagSafe accessories are a top pick in this sale regardless of if you're rocking the top-of-the-line iPhone 15 Pro or you're holding on to your iPhone 12 for another year. Apple's own MagSafe Charger is dropping to just $30, a 25% discount. You can also pick up the now-discontinued MagSafe Duo charger for iPhone and Apple Watch at 27% off. It's not just chargers, though, with the MagSafe Wallet seeing as much 53% off.
If you want to change up the look and feel of your iPhone while adding a layer of protection, there are official Apple cases in this sale from just $10. While there aren't any for the latest iPhone 15 series, you're covered if you have an iPhone 14, iPhone 13 or older.
Customization is also a key component of Apple Watch ownership with hundreds of band options out there. Woot's sale includes a few first-party bands, such as the premium Milanese Loop, Link Bracelet and Leather Link. These fit any generation of Apple Watch, just be sure to select the appropriate size for your device.
Other items on sale include AirTag loops, keyrings and cases from $4, USB-C charging bundles, Beats earbuds and much more. Be sure to shop the entire sale selection available at Woot.
All of the Apple-made items included in this sale are backed by a one-year warranty, but note that some of these items will ship in bulk packaging, which means they may arrive in a plain cardboard box rather than the boxes you generally see at the Apple Store.