New York’s best Apple products have become the subject of the latest “fraud” campaign, according to the U.S. Department of Justice, which is investigating the alleged theft of more than $50 million.
A $5 discount from $199 to $299, for example, is now available on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone SE, and iPhone 7.
And with the iPhone 7, the coupon code “SURVIVE” is also now on sale, which makes the price of the phone $199 or less.
Apple has confirmed that the “SURRVIVE”-code was stolen, but did not provide details about the purported theft.
It is unclear why Apple would sell a phone for $299 without any discount, and Apple did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
In response to the theft, Apple is offering customers a $15 “save” on the iPad Air, iPad Mini, and iPad Pro models.
This will reduce the purchase price of a product by $30.
Apple’s offer to lower the price for the iPhone is part of the company’s “Surcharges” program, which it launched last year to offer customers discounts when they buy Apple products.
The program was expanded to include other devices, too.
Apple sells the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and iPod Touch through its online stores and in-store.
In 2016, Apple introduced a new version of its iPhone called the iPhone X, which was cheaper and better-looking than the previous model.
Apple also launched the “iOS” program in 2018, which allows iPhone owners to buy and use apps and games from the App Store and Apple’s iOS app store.
Apple currently offers over 1.6 million iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Mac mini, which sell for between $299 and $499.
Apple also offers the new iPhones in multiple color variants, including silver, black, gold, and sapphire.
The new iPhone 7 is available in the U, M, L, and XL versions.