Tech Deals: Lightning Headphones For iPhone 7, $60 Off iPhone SE, Battery Case, More

If you’re looking to part with a little of that hard-earned money, but want to introduce some brand new technology into your life, then you definitely need to take a keen interest in our technology deals. Some of the best technology products or accessories available, all at reduced prices. If you see something that you like, then make sure to act quickly before it’s gone.

First in the list is the power-packed 16GB iPhone SE in Rose Gold, unlocked, and at $60 less than its original retail price. Fans of the 4-inch smartphones from Apple will rarely find a deal this good.


Next up we have the Philips Fidelio headphones with a built-in DAC, and best of all a Lightning connector making it the perfect fit for the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. If you happen to have an iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6s, you can treat yourself to an inexpensive but MFi certified battery case from IXCC for a mere 18 bucks. Last but not the least, is a foldable Bluetooth keyboard from Microsoft which can be the perfect companion for an iPad, Android tablet, or if you must, a smartphone as well.

As always, all the deals listed here are available for a limited time only, or till stocks last, whichever comes first. So when you have picked out a product from the list below, make sure you act quickly before the offer expires. So what are you waiting for? Enjoy the savings!

iPhone SE, 16GB, Unlocked ($339.99, usually $399.00)

iPhone SE rose gold

Apple’s iPhone doesn’t really need any official introduction, as, after all, the Cupertino-based company is a bit of a marketing machine when it comes to getting its devices in front of people. This may be a deal on a Apple certified refurbished product, but the iPhone SE here is tested to work to Apple’s own standards. A beautiful design. A gorgeous Retina HD display, and all of the processing power to boot. A fantastic device, released in 2016, with $60 discount!

Buy: iPhone SE, 16GB, Unlocked from Amazon: $339.99 | Original price: $399

Philips Fidelio Premium Lightning Headphones ($154.00, usually $181.69)


Headphones are one of those pieces of tech that everyone generally wants, but the one people struggle to justify paying large amounts of money for. Thankfully, with deals like this on products like the Philips Fidelio, there’s no need to part with tons of money anymore. They come with built-in DAC, as well as an accompanying Lightning connector to make them compatible with Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Buy: Philips Fidelio M2L/27 High Resolution Headphones from Amazon: $154 | Original price: $182

3,100mAh Battery Case for iPhone 6/6s ($17.79 with promo code, usually $59.99)


If you’re going to go through the lengths of purchasing a case that will offer protection for your iPhone, then you may as well extend that offering by buying a case that comes with an integrated battery pack capable of keeping your device alive for longer. Perfect for situations that may involve traveling or being away from a reliable power source for any prolonged period time. And of course, it also protects the device.

Make sure you grab the charging case using the following promo code at checkout to get it at a reduced price of just $17.79: WVV5JDMT.

Buy: 3,100mAh Battery Case for iPhone 6/6s from Amazon: $17.79 | Original price: $60

Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard for Mobile Devices ($49.97, usually $99.95)


It may feel a little wrong or fundamentally incorrect to take an iPhone or iPad and adorn it with an eternal Microsoft keyboard, but if it’s perfect for the job, functional, and above all, affordable, then it simply cannot be ignored. This particular one from Microsoft is ultra-thin and light, and even offers excellent folding functionality so it doesn’t take up too much space.

Buy: Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard for Mobile Devices from Amazon: $49.97 | Original price: $100

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