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More deals, LG UltraFine unboxing


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More Black Friday deals — Here are some deals on speakers, headphones, iPhone cases, Mac software, hared drives … not all will ship to New Zealand (OWC does) so be advised. Australia has even added to the Apple Black Friday list, but New Zealand has been getting this for a while now, and sure enough (picture above) we’re getting it again. In this case it’s gift cards up to NZ$215 on big purchases. Macworld has a deals slideshow, and see Eltima’s deal below.

Eltima Software plans to launch a very special offer for all Mac users — 10 Mac apps in a bundle especially for BlackFriday 2016. The page with bundle is not ready yet, it will be launched mid next week:
SyncMate
Elmedia
PhotoBulk
Folx
Commander One
Flexihub
Typeeto
Uplet
Cloudmounter
Flash Decompiler Trillix … All for US$49.95 (86% discount). So check back with them (or look here) next week.

LG’s UltraFine 5K Display gets unboxing treatment in new video — LG’s 27-inch UltraFine 5K Display, developed in partnership with Apple to complement the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, received a traditional unboxing on Wednesday ahead of expected public availability in December.

Black Friday online sales


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CreativeTech in iBooks — Black Friday pre-Christmas sale on all CreativeTech books until Sunday 27th November.
Prices are across all 51 territories with discounts commensurate to the following in local currencies:
Parcels From Home: The Prisoner of War Parcel Scheme and the New Zealand Red Cross in World War Two, now NZ99¢/Australian-US99¢/UK49p (usually NZ$11.99)
Parcels From Home: Jack’s War by Steve Bolton (historical graphic novel telling the NZ WWII Red Cross Parcel story) now NZ$1.99/Aus-US 99¢/UK49p (usually NZ$17.99)
Parcels From Home: The Prisoner of War Parcel Scheme and the New Zealand Red Cross in World War Two (Trainspotter Edition), now NZ$2.99/Aus-US$1.99/UK99p (usually NZ$17.99)
Friendship, Foes and Feathers: June, Anne and the Great War by Lynda Johansson Nunweek, now NZ99¢/Aus-US99¢/UK49p (usually NZ$7.99)
Four Immeasurable States and What Is Nirvana? Traleg Rinpoche, now NZ99¢/Aus-US99¢/UK49p (usually NZ$9.99)

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MacPhun — Luminar (offer available until December 1st)
Price for Macphun Users: US$49
Price for New Users: US$59
Buy before December 1st to receive the following Black Friday Bonuses:
Africa with Athena Video by Athena Carey ($60 value)
Cameras in the Wild ebook by Contrastly ($29 value)
Making the Image ebook by Dan Bailey ($25 value)
Luminar Presets pack ($25 value)
Aurora HDR 2017 (offer available until December 1st )
Upgrade Price for existing Aurora HDR Pro Owners: US$49
Price for existing Aurora HDR Owners: US$79
Price for New Users: US$89
Buy before December 1st to receive the following Black Friday Bonuses:
The Essentials of Street Photography & The New York Photographer’s Travel Guide by James Maher (US$25 value)
20 Minute Video Training from Trey Ratcliff (US$20 value)
Holiday Preset Pack (US$25 value)

Apple Watch tallies, extra links kit for stainless steel band


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Apple Watch tallies 42% of total dollars spent on wearables in the first half of 2015 — In just three months of availability, Apple now has 42% of total dollars sold in the first half of the year followed by Fitbit at 31%. Motorola, Garmin, Jawbone, Polar, Pebble and Samsung combined make up just 15%, according to 1010data’s Ecom Insights, which measures what consumers are purchasing online. However, when we look at units, Fitbit is number one with 35% of the market and Apple #2 at 11%.

Kit available soon with extra links for stainless steel watch band — The kit has six additional stainless steel links for wrists that exceed 205mm. Crafted from the same stainless steel alloy as the case and the Link Bracelet, these links extend the 42mm stainless steel Link Bracelet by an additional 40mm. Thanks to a simple release button, you can add and remove them without any special tools. The 42mm Link Bracelet Kit will ship in a week or so.