That e-tailer Amazon is working diligently on its own smartphone is hardly a secret -- it's been rumored for quite some time. But could the company partner with HTC and make the handset exclusive to subscribers of its Prime service?
The 2013 holiday season hasn't kicked off yet, but it's already a great time to buy an iPhone 5c as retailers attempt to undercut each other with deals that allow buyers to nab a phone for as low as $45 up front.
Sometimes, you're all, "enough with the notifications and the productivity already, I just want to get my game on!" Well, if you've ever had a case of that, have we got the Price Drop for you. Every app this week is game-time-fun-time for you. We've left the to-do apps, the social media, the office productivity, all of that, behind and we're in the land of fun this week, so get your iTunes account fired up and get your gaming thumbs limber.
We've got cases for your new iPhone, cases for your old iPhone, and everything in between. You like color? We've got color. You want protection, we've got protection. You want a refurb Mac Air, heck yeah, we got that. Suffice to say, we gotta little something for everyone.
With the unveiling of the iPhone 5s and 5c, our real deals today are focused on cases that will work with the flagship product that Cupertino loves so much. Some of these are for your 5s (get a new phone, get a new case is our motto) while there are actually some 5c cases already ready on the market. So have these babies at the ready when your new handset gets to your hot little hands. And finally get yourself some orange for your iPhone 5c. It's the missing color!
[Advertorial] We're all excited to see what Apple's new iPhone is going to bring to the table, but every time there's a new model it leaves us wondering one thing: What do we do with our old iPhone? We think Gazelle has a pretty good answer: Trade in your old iPhone and get up to $350 in return. That's a nice return on a piece of tech you won't be using, and if you act soon you'll be able to keep your current phone until the moment your new iPhone is in hand. Find out more about this offer after the jump.
Like music? Then you should head over to iTunes right after reading this. In a rare move for Apple, dozens upon dozens of hit songs from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and today are available for just $.69 a song. Normally this is the kind of thing you only find on Amazon, so you should take advantage of it while you can if you like to download all your music through iTunes.