Out with the old, in with the new: Just as Apple posted their extensive iPad 2 information on the website after the announcement Wednesday, the price of the first-generation model got a steep discount, with each model slashed by $100 -- or more, if you don’t mind going refurbished.
While Apple had previously set up a Twitter account for iTunes quite awhile ago, today the App Store finally got some tweet lovin' as Apple set up an official Twitter account. Shown above, Apple is aiming to promote new apps, as well as tossing out some exclusive app offers!
If cost of entry has been a barrier to keep you from jumping on board the iPhone bandwagon, AT&T may have just removed that from the equation -- effective Friday, the previous-generation iPhone 3GS will now be only $49 with a two-year agreement.
Your family loves you. If however, that love was not enough to have them buy you an iPhone 4 for Christmas, you may still be able to snag one before the new year rolls around, as the telecom we all hate to love and love to hate has lowered the cost of purchasing a refurbished iPhone 4 handset from them.
Perhaps assuming that you picked up a new iPad, iPhone, Mac or iPod during their one-day Black Friday a few days ago (you did, didn't you?), Apple has posted some website-only deals on accessories for their computers and mobile devices on Cyber Monday.
Black Friday is finally here, and with it comes the hopes and dreams of retailers everywhere to turn a profit for the year. Apple Inc. doesn’t have to worry about that -- they’re already sitting on a mountain of cash -- but that doesn’t mean they can’t get into the spirit of the shopping season just the same.
As we all wait to see what kind of Black Friday deals Apple.com will post in the morning, resellers of the company’s products are already doing some deep discounting of their own in advance of Cupertino.
That collective inhale you heard this week was the breath of thousands of U.S. retailers preparing for Friday, November 26 -- better known to shoppers as Black Friday. Here’s how to make the best of the day, as well as its online equivalent, Cyber Monday, on November 29.
Black Friday is traditionally the day many retailers rely on to get “into the black” (i.e., profit) for the year. One company that doesn’t have to worry about that is Apple, although they still get into the spirit of things anyway.