Cyber Monday 2012: iPhone 5 50 Percent Discount Deal Still Available

The 50 percent discount on the 16GB refurbished iPhone 5 model should still be available for Cyber Monday 2012.

AT&T began offering the smartphone at the discounted price on Black Friday and has kept the price the same since. It seems that AT&T will most likely offer it for this price going into this coming week.

Customers looking to purchase the 16GB iPhone 5 refurbished model can grab one from AT&T with a new contract for just $99. The smartphone normally retails for $199 with a new contract.

The carrier is also offering the 32GB and 64GB versions for $199 and $299, and both models are available in black and white.

Unfornately, other specials on Apple products such as the iPad, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro are no longer available on Apple's website.

All of those products have been bumped back up to their normal price tags.

However, customers can purchase the refurbished version of the third-generation iPad for $379, subject to stock. This would be for the Wi-Fi only 16GB model. It also is a good alternative for customers looking to purchase a top of the line iPad and don't want to spend $499 for the fourth generation model.

The iPhone 5, iPad Mini, and 4th generation iPad all launched earlier this fall.

The iPhone 5 features a drastic redesign in comparison to its predecessor with a bigger screen, thinner frame, and faster processor.

The iPad Mini is basically an iPad 2 shrunken down to compete with some of the smaller Android tablets currently available in the market including the Kindle Fire HD and Google Nexus 7.

The fourth generation iPad has a more powerful processor than the third-gen and comes with a lightning port at the bottom. It features the same Retina display as the previous generation.

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