Tag Archive: Pricing
The all new iPhone 6 has been announced, and pricing closely follows prior iPhone models. But there’s a catch; the two upper-end models have both doubled their capacity without raising the prices. That means that if you skip the intro-model of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, you’ll get twice as much storage capacity. … Read More
Apple has settled out of court in the latest eBooks price fixing suit brought against the company. It was set to go before a jury next month, with potential damages being as much as $ 840 million. The terms of the… Read more ›
Apple has announced the iPhone 5c, a colorful variation of the iPhone 5 that features plastic enclosures rather than the aluminum casing that was prominent on last years models. Internally, the 5c is the same as the 5, though it ships with iOS 7 preinstalled, with a background wallpaper matched to the color of the iPhone model. Colors are white, a salmon pink, yellow, baby blue, and bright green.
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Apple has announced the iPhone 5s, the new upper-end iPhone model that comes with some pretty interesting features.Though the iPhone 5s is based upon the same aluminum enclosure as the prior iPhone 5 model, it is now offered in two revised color options including a new black (called space grey), the familiar white, and an entirely new gold color.
These colors are obviously much more subdued than what is offered [Read More…]
The European Commission announced today that it has reached a deal with publisher Penguin regarding the e-book price fixing charges raised by the EU back in 2012. Like the four other publishers charged with colluding with Apple to fix the price of e-books, Penguin has agreed to ditch Apple’s agency model for e-books that let […]
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Redbox Instant by Verizon, the Netflix competitor by, well, Verizon, just became a bit more real today, as details released onto the web.
According to GigaOm, the streaming video service will charge customers as little as $ 6 per month, have apps for Android, iOS, and Xbox 360, and will go live as early as December 17.
The service itself is currently in private beta, but the details, for some reason, are publicly [Read More…]
After an anti-trust lawsuit was launched by the European Union earlier this year to check whether or not Apple’s e-book pricing is anti-competitive, Apple and four publishers are ready to accept an offer from the EU to end the probe.
The acceptance of the offer hands Amazon a big victory in the battle for e-book pricing in Europe as it opensÂ the door for Amazon to continue to sell online books cheaper than [Read More…]
An all new iMac has been released. It’s beautiful, has a ridiculously 80% thinner design, and it’s a whopper with specs. The 21″ model starts shipping in November, the 27″ arrives in December. Here are some of the details:
New iMac (2012) Specs 27″ display at 2560×1440 21″ display at 1920×1080 Laminated IPS display with 75% less brightness Quad-core i5 or i7 CPU 8GB RAM standard, up to 32GB [Read More…]
The hotly anticipated iPad mini has been released. It’s a thing of beauty, available in both black and white models, and just like the iPhone 5, the rear enclosure is also offered in black anodized or standard aluminum. The features are quite nice too:
iPad Mini Specs 7.9″ display 1024×768 resolution at 162PPI A5 dual core CPU 5MP iSight camera Black and white models available, much like iPhone 5 0.68lbs, light [Read More…]