Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference may be just around the corner, but we don’t expect much news on the tablet front beyond the next iteration of iPadOS. That means now is a good time to pick up The latest iPad Air from Applewhich currently matches an all-time low of $499.99 ($100 off) at Amazon and Best Buy in the 64GB/Wi-Fi configuration.
Apple’s midrange tablet is, in our view, the best iPad for most people. The 2022 fifth-generation Air features a high-resolution 10.9-inch display, Apple’s speedy M1 processor, all-day battery life and the same modern design we welcomed with the 2020 model. The featherweight slate also supports the same keyboard and stylus accessories as the latest iPad Pro, meaning you can pair it with the second-generation Apple Pencil or use it as an ad hoc laptop of sorts in case you really want to get some work done.
Granted, it can’t make use of some of the bells and whistles found on Apple’s more expensive tablets; however, it remains the best value in Apple’s current tablet lineup – even with the ninth-generation model still rolling around and the newer 10th-generation iPad arriving in October.
Given the sheer number of device categories out there – smartwatches, phones, wireless earbuds, etc. – I’d like to think that versatility should be at the top of everyone’s list when it comes to choosing a wireless charger for travel and home use. And if you’re an iPhone user who values flexibility over price, Anker’s 3-in-1 cube with MagSafe is a great option to consider, one that Forget readers can buy directly from Anker for $134.96 (about $15 off) when using a promo code MANDATORY10.
Anker’s foldable 3-in-1 charging cube can provide up to 15W of power to MagSafe-compatible iPhones — a first for an Anker device — and supports fast charging on newer Apple Watch models via a slide-out tray. The corner charger also comes with a 30W USB-C power adapter and has a wireless charger on the back, which has just enough room for a pair of AirPods or another Qi-enabled device. Plus, Anker is currently throwing in a six-foot USB-to-Lightning cable with every purchase, just in case the discount wasn’t incentive enough.
Unfortunately, streaming is only getting more expensive. While Netflix is starting to crack down on password sharing in an effort to boost revenue, Paramount Plus is taking a different approach and increasing monthly subscription rates across the board. However, if you want to dig into the Paramount Plus catalog without If you pay more than $4.99 for the ad-supported Essential plan, you can currently subscribe to a one-month free trial using the promo code CHEERSATX.
The current promo — which is limited to new subscribers and is intended to mark the 30th anniversary of cheers‘ last episode – extends what is normally a one-week trial, giving you unfettered access to the Essential or Premium tier of Paramount Plus. Both plans offer access to a wealth of movies and TV shows, including several Star Trek spin-offs and pretty much everything under the Taylor Sheridan umbrella (read: Yellowstone), but the ad-free Premium tier goes a little further with access to your local CBS station, additional sports coverage, and offline downloads. Just be sure to cancel your subscription before the promotional period ends unless you want to renew it at the standard rate.