That iPad Air you bought over the weekend is good for a great many things, but if you happened to invest a little extra into the Wi-Fi + Cellular model, you'll find it has the potential to be the best LTE-equipped mobile hotspot ever.
Judging from Amazon's press release on Monday, the e-tailer is ramping up its plans to mimic Netflix when it comes to streaming original content. Needless to say, the endgame is to bolster its subscriber base for Amazon Prime, which already offers thousands of movies and TV shows as well as its original benefit, two-day shipping. Will it succeed? The answer to that question may be more apparent later this month. Read on to find out why!
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.
So how was everyone's first weekend with the iPad Air? We managed to place our online order in the wee hours of Friday morning for in-store pickup later the same day, and our local Apple retail store apparently only had a handful of folks lining up to get theirs when the doors opened. Were you among the first to buy one this past weekend? If so, chime in with your thoughts on Apple's latest tablet in the comments below.
It looks like the supplies of iPad Air might be dwindling on launch day, after all, reports MacRumors, as Apple has now updated its site to mark all models of the device as shipping "within 24 hours" and arriving by November 6. Previously, Apple listed November 4 as the date of delivery for American customers.
According to new research from PiperJaffray (via MacRumors), the iPad Air looks like it's the device that'll finally convince iPad 2 holdouts to trade in their devices. Based on their data, a full 75 percent of launch-day iPad Air owners in the United States previously owned an iPad, compared to the 58 percent they saw for last year's launch of the iPad mini.
Planning on taking advantage of Walmart's $20 discount on Apple's new 16GB iPad Air? Apple and Best Buy would like to have a word with you. Specifically, they'd like for you to know that they're matching the juggernaut retailer's prices at least in their retail stores. 9to5 Mac even reported that Staples is now in on the action, offering the device for $479 even on its website.
Happy Halloween! Whether you're here looking for tricks or treats, we've put together an equal helping of both to round out the month of October. Tomorrow will see the release of the iPad Air, with the iPad mini with Retina Display following close behind later in November. And just in time, because Apple received some truly spooky news about its worldwide market share this week...
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.