On the heels of Apple's new improved iTunes U offerings announced yesterday, the Mac and iPad maker today kicked off its annual Back to School promotion, which allows students to save on their next Apple product.
eBay-owned PayPal is about to get even more up in your virtual grill this holiday season as it launches a new Digital Gifts initiative, kicking things off with electronic codes that can be spent on Apple's iTunes.
The 2013 holiday season is upon us, and for many of us, that means getting saddled with a stack of prepaid gift cards. PayPal is making them less of a hassle this year by now accepting such payment methods anywhere the service is used.
Grabbed a new iPad Air over the weekend and now unsure what to do with your old model? Target and NextWorth are offering a pretty good deal through Saturday that could put at least $200 in your pocket.
Mobile prepaid is becoming a big business as more and more customers look to make an exit from onerous two-year agreements imposed by the nation's big carriers, and now Target is ready with a prepaid bright spot of its own.
Don't feel like you already have enough potential places to buy an iPad? Presumably just in time to start selling new models in October, Apple has now added Staples to the official list of authorized resellers for its tablet.
School might still be well over a month away for most of the country's high school and college students, but Apple looks poised to reboot its annual Back to School promotion as early as tomorrow, according to 9to5 Mac. But with this season's offering, they're throwing in a little treat. For the first time, students and eligible buyers will receive App Store/iTunes gift cards for buying iPhones, much as they've received gift cards for Macs and iPads in the past.
Apple may continue to neglect near-field communication (NFC), but that's only giving third-party developers incentive to find other ways for iPhone users to pay for goods, such as just saying your name.