9to5Mac Daily: March 11, 2022 – iPhone SE 3 pre-orders, new MacBook Air details

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Stories covered in this episode:

  • iPhone SE 3 now available for pre-order
  • You can now pre-order Apple’s new green iPhone 13 and alpine green iPhone 13 Pro
  • iPad Air 5 is now available for pre-order – 9to5Mac
  • New MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with M2 coming this year
  • Apple’s All-New iPad Air 5 Gets Pre-Order Discounts of Up to $60 from $559
  • Apple’s latest 13-inch MacBook Air M1 on sale for only the second time this year at $100 off
  • Nanoleaf Shapes Mini Triangles HomeKit Starter Kit is discounted $40 up to $80

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