Best Buy is offering Apple’s $99 iPhone XS leather folio for $49.99
Friday, 21 September 2018 () Best Buy if offering Apple’s official leather folio for the iPhone XS at $49.99 — half the cost you’d find it for at an Apple Store. Either a pricing mistake or just a well-hidden goodie, 9To5Toys sniffed out this deal that you should hop on sooner than later.
In case you were more interested in the other color options, this deal only appears to cover the black model. And if you purchased the iPhone XS Max, well, Best Buy isn’t currently offering prices that are any lower than Apple’s own. You’ll have to fork over $129.99 to cover your large iPhone in leather instead of $99.99.
Of course, you’ll find no shortage of far cheaper alternatives on Amazon and around the net. But if you’re someone who prefers first-party accessories, Best...
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