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Apple’s annual Black Friday shopping event has never been known for its massive discounts, and this year is no exception, according to a sale flyer leaked to 9to5Mac.
Come Friday, the company will offer discounts of $101 on the iMac, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro; $21-$41 on the iPod touch; and $11 on the iPod nano. Discounts on the iPad 2 will range from $41 for the basic WiFi-only models, to $61 for the higher-end version of the device with 3G support.
Most of Apple’s deals fall in the 5 to 10 percent off range, which isn’t exactly steep. That said, they’re probably more than enough to get Black Friday shoppers flocking to the company’s stores — those who weren’t headed there already. All told, Apple’s retail stores generated $3.6 billion in revenue last quarter.