Even some of Apple's newest products will be available at discounted prices. YouTube/Apple

Before the end of the month, serious deals will be available in various online retailers and physical shops. If doubts are amidst in purchasing particular Apple products - like the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, as well as various MacBook Pro and MacBook Air devices - the available discounts are coming to push consumers over the edge.

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Though Black Friday and Cyber Monday are not as big a deal in Australia as they are in the US, the annual event is definitely picking up more and more ground every year. Kogan.Com is a website that makes it easier for interested buyers who want to partake in the festivities. And because it is an online-only store, the physical madness of it all can be avoided completely.

The iPhone 7 Plus is available on the site in an array of colours, but that discount is not that great. An unit will still set a buyer back by about $1,239, with the original price, which is a $30 discount. However, the iPhone 7 plus is still new to the market and it offers some of the best specifications in the market, including a superior dual-lens camera, IP67 rating and stronger battery life.

The iPhone 7 will, on the other hand, cost about $969. The deal will save buyers a rough $110, which is great considering how new the iPhone 7 is. Much like its larger partner, the device has an AMOLED display and an A10 processor. However, it does not have the dual lens camera.

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The site is also offering the 13 inch MacBook Pro for $2339. The savings in this deal are not exactly ideal, considering that the discount is just $159 and a newer model has already been released and is available. The 2015 release does, however, still pack a punch with its 2.7GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, Intel Iris 6100 graphics chip and 8GB RAM.

On the other hand, the 11 inch MacBook Air, which originally costs $1,398 will only cost $1,199. The device reportedly lasts for 10 hours on a single charge and sports an LED-backlit display. It is powered by a fifth-generation Intel Core processor and has 128GB of storage.