Mac users who need to run Windows applications within macOS can take advantage of a deal on Parallels Desktop 15, with the virtualization software available as part of the 2020 Limited-Edition Mac Bundle on Cyber Monday valued at over $1,200.
Mac power users who have a need to run Windows on their desktop but don’t want to fuss with Bootcamp have an opportunity to acquire one extremely useful application, alongside a host of others. Parallels Desktop 15, which launched just four months ago, is the main featured app of the 2020 Limited-Edition Mac Bundle for Cyber Monday, giving users a chance to get the application very cheaply.
The bundle consists of 13 award-winning apps covering management, photography, privacy, and other areas. While Parallels Desktop 15 is the highlight of the 13-app list, the rest of the collection is certainly worth a closer look, and includes web development tool RapidWeaver 8, deleted file recovery app Disk Drill Pro, and HDR photography tool Aurora HDR 2019.
The entire bundle is valued at $1,267.80 collectively, but using exclusive promo code INSIDER2020 in its first 48 hours of availability, AppleInsider readers can secure the collection for just $36. The promo code will be active on Cyber Monday and Tuesday, and will expire on December 3 at 11:59 pm Eastern.
The full list is:
- Parallels Desktop 15 ($79.99 value)
- PDF Expert ($79.99 value)
- Aurora HDR 2019 ($99.99 value)
- iMazing 2 ($89.99 value)
- xMind 8 Pro ($129 value)
- Banktivity 7 ($69.99 value)
- NetSpot Pro ($149 value)
- Windscribe VPN Pro ($216 value)
- Live Home 3 Pro for Mac ($69.99 value)
- TextExpander ($49.92 value)
- RapidWeaver 8 ($84.99 value)
- Disk Drill PRO ($89 value)
- DeltaWalker Pro ($59.95 value)
Additional Apple Cyber Monday deals
AppleInsider and Apple authorized resellers are also running additional exclusive savings on Apple hardware for Cyber Monday that will not only deliver the lowest prices on many of the items, but also throw in bonus discounts on AppleCare, software and more. These deals are as follows: