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Amazon Offering $50 Discount and Free Shipping for 2011 MacBook Air [Deals]

Do you have plans to purchase one of Apple’s brand spanking new MacBook Airs? Well then you may want to hold off on ordering from Apple’s online store. Amazon is currently offering the entry-level 11-inch MacBook Air at a 5% discount off Apple’s retail price, so you end up saving about $ 50. Also, there’s free shipping. 11-inch MacBook Air specs: 1.6GHz Dual Core Core i5 Processor, 2GB RAM 64GB SSD Intel  [Read More…]

Apple Offering Free Replacements for Defective 2011 iMac Hard Drives

With the launch of any major software release, you can always expect a few bugs to pop up here and there, but you don’t usually have to worry about a month old hard drive crashing. That is unless you were unlucky enough to have purchased an iMac equipped with Seagate 1TB hard drive between May and July 2011. “Apple has determined that a very small number of Seagate 1TB hard drives used in 21.5-inch and  [Read More…]

T-Mobile Starts Offering Micro SIMs As Possible Preparation For iPhone 5

With AT&T in the process of gobbling up T-Mobile, and with rumors consistently suggesting that Apple will bring the iPhone 5 to T-Mobile, it’s hard not to think of this as significant: T-Mobile is now giving out iPhone 4 compatible Micro SIMs to their customers.   Coming just a month after T-Mobile claimed to have a million unlocked iPhones running on their network, and a  [Read More…]

Spotify Offering Free Unlimited Access to Music for First Six Months

Spotify launched last week in the US with much fanfare, but one burning question was not answered at the launch. How many hours of free music a month will be available for users with a free account? Spotify didn’t say at launch, but now it seems that they have an answer. Users with a free account will have access to an unlimited amount of music for only the first six months. After that, limits will go  [Read More…]

Anicons: The latest Tweak from Cydia for your Springboard Offering Animated Settings Toggles On SpringBoard

A Beta version of the upcoming Anicons offers a Quick on and off functions on the spring board , Scince it’s currently beta there are five toggles supported but excpect more toggles and features soon. The currently supported five toggles: Enabled (location) Enabled (vibration) Unlocked (screen rotation) 3G Data They don’t respond to touch but, they have animated signal strength and on / off visuals As the 3G settings toggle doesn’t allow to  [Read More…]

AT&T Finally Offering Standard Mobile Insurance for iPhones July 17

According to reports by MacRumors users AT&T has started informing customers that all iPhone models will be eligible for their standard mobile insurance programs beginning July 17. The standard program costs $4.99 plus a deductible which varies from $50 to $125 depending on the model of the iPhone. AT&T didn’t even offer insurance on the iPhone until 2010 when they partnered with a third-party company and offered coverage for $11.99 a month plus a $199  [Read More…]

Apple Offering Free iDevice and Mac Repairs to Quake Victims

Click the image to open in full size. Apple is offering victims of the devastating Japanese earthquake earlier this year free repairs on their Apple products affected by the disaster. Note, this program only applies to Apple Stores in Japan. Although I’m sure if an individual were to have relocated to the United States or another country with an Apple product broken because of their time spent in Japan during the quake, accommodations could  [Read More…]

OWC Now Offering 480 GB SSD For Late 2010 MacBook Air Models

Click the image to open in full size. Other World Computing has just released the 480GB Mercury Aura Pro Express Solid State Drive for MacBook Air. If you’ve already outgrown the SSD that came with your MacBook Air, then this may be just the thing for you. It’s also quite a bit faster than the SSD’s that Apple now ships with current MacBook Air models. With transfer speeds of up to 275 MB/s, they’re  [Read More…]

Steve Jobs Is Offering Support To Apple Employees In Japan

According to a letter forwarded to Chihouban.com and MacRumors, Steve Jobs has sent an email to all Apple employees regarding the continuing disasters in Japan and wishing the best for those affected. This follows the Red Cross donations set up in iTunes and the story of the Apple store in Japan going out of its way to support people. To Our Team in Japan,We have all been following the unfolding disaster in Japan. Our hearts  [Read More…]

Lion Will Support TRIM Offering Better Solid State Drive Performance

Click the image to open in full size. Lion is really shaping up to be a major upgrade to the Mac operating system. A new tidbit of information has been discovered that points to Lion having TRIM support for solid-state drives. This is good news for people who use SSD?s, as performance of this type of drive can start to degrade over time. When TRIM support is fully integrated into Lion, the speed and  [Read More…]