Whether your current-generation iPhone has Flappy Bird installed or not (see previous story), if it happens to be unlocked, that device is worth some cold, hard cash overseas, particularly in Brazil and Italy.
"Her name is Rio and she dances on the sand"... and soon, she can go shopping at an Apple retail store as the country of Brazil lands its first brick-and-mortar location chock full of Cupertino's finest.
Where did you buy your last cell phone? If you answered Apple or Best Buy, you're certainly not alone, as a new survey revealed the two retail giants increasingly make up a big percentage of carrier sales.
Jonesing for a shiny new iPhone but bummed out that Apple doesn't want your old handset after you splashed it with the garden hose last summer? Good news, the company appears to be loosening up on trade-ins with water damage.
It's not quite as useful as the Apple Store inventory scraper Cupertino just shut down, but if you're in the market for an iPad mini with Retina Display, a web tool lurking secretly within Seaturtle.org might just do the trick.
Now here's a rumor we can get excited about: Apple's latest iPad Air will apparently be eligible for Personal Pickup on launch day, meaning we can order online while still in our pajamas, then pick it up at the store later the same day.
The three-ring circus that always surrounds Apple's quarterly earnings report is once again behind us, paving the way for the debut of the iPad Air this Friday. Regardless of whether the financial results impressed or not, Apple appears to be marching to the beat of its own drummer, especially when referring to the iPhone 5c as a "mid-range" device rather than the entry-level device analysts assumed it would be. But enough about that, you're probably curious what else went down on Monday...