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This article was published on November 25, 2013

Apple will hold a Black Friday event on November 29, free shipping online and deals in-store

Apple will hold a Black Friday event on November 29, free shipping online and deals in-store Image by: Justin Sullivan
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Apple will hold a one-day sale on November 29, otherwise known as Black Friday in the US, with discounted products in its retail stores and free shipping for any order submitted on the web.

9to5Mac spotted a page promoting the event on the Australian version of Apple’s site. The page is also live for the New Zealand variant, so it’s possible that Apple will shortly confirm the same event for other markets.

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Apple is yet to offer any details about which products will be discounted, or the extent of the price cuts. We’ll update this article when more information is available.

➤ Apple AU/NZ (via 9to5Mac)

Image Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images