Sure, now that T-Mobile finally has an iPhone to call its own, it may not seem like such a big deal when a smaller carrier gets it, but U.S. Cellular customers may be pleased as punch to hear about it.
April is coming to a close this week, but the final weekend of the month kept everyone plenty busy, with Apple going on the offensive over in-app purchases, Draw Something 2, the end of AOL Music and new superpowers for Reeder for iPhone all hitting our radar over the last couple of days. Too busy enjoying the spring weather to be bothered? Get a snack-sized look at all this news in our weekend recap...
Sure, Apple has more money than most of us could ever dream of, but that doesn't mean the company can't be frugal when it needs to be. Case in point: They're doing some cost-cutting revisions on the new Campus 2 in Cupertino.
Though we've never used it ourselves (hey, we're supposed to be Mac gurus, right?), Apple's One to One service for new Mac buyers seems like a great way for newbies to get up to speed -- but it might be a little less worth the money now.
While we're always guaranteed to hear about the deals Apple managed to nab, it's far more rare to hear about the ones that got away -- such as a potential partnership with Goodreads prior to Amazon snapping the company up.