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Cecilia Poole | 25 November, 2017, 00:57

Right now, it's already Friday in Australia and New Zealand and Apple's Black Friday deals have kicked off in the region. Buy any of those devices for $0 down and get a $300 gift card that you can use in store.

Apple's Australian homepage has an "Imagination is a gift" panel leading to a gifts page headed by the offer.

Buying an iPad Pro on Black Friday will get you a £80 voucher for the tech giant while buying an iPad & iPad mini will mean a £40 gift card.

To recall, Apple captured the interest of the public by introducing a standard edition iPhone back in March 2016.

There are no Black Friday deals on the latest Watch Series 3, but retailers are giving lucrative offers on the first-generation Apple Watch. Get it for $0 down and a $300 gift card with your purchase.

Apple is running similar deals in countries other than the US, with slightly different discounts. Lastly, the phone is expected to feature a 1700 sealed Li-ion battery with a complete day of usability on a single charge. There are other deals on holiday products as well, so do check that out as well. This could facilitate the production of these smaller and more affordable iPhones. If you are wandering to save the most on your favorite smartphone then you can choose the best for you from the ones which we have collaborated below.

You may also visit Amazon's full catalogue for Black Friday on this link.

Verizon is offering the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note 8 at up to 50% off when you sign up for a Verizon Unlimited plan. Share your views in the comments.

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