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...]
Pricing and availability details have surfaced regarding the unlocked flavor of the iPhone 5. Like previous generations, the base 16GB iPhone 5 starts at $ 649 unlocked, with 32GB costing $ 749 and 64GB costing $ 849.
What about getting to pre-order an unlocked iPhone 5? Looks like you won’t be able to do so on the web this weekend. Your best bet is visiting an Apple retail store on launch day next week.
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iPhone 5 with it’s 4″ display, LTE networking, and improved camera has been launched and will be released on September 21 with pre-orders starting earlier on September 14, but what will it cost you? The same as existing iPhone prices of course! The full pricing breakdown for iPhone 5 in all available sizes and the new prices for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 are as follows:
iPhone 5 Prices
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The iPad 3 will be priced the same as existing iPad 2 models, even though it is expected to have a significantly improved Retina display, a more powerful processor and graphics capabilities, and 4G LTE connectivity. This unsurprising report comes from 9to5mac, who cites a traditionally reliable source who even provided model numbers of the next-generation iPad. This means pricing for iPad 3 will be as follows: Wi-Fi Models [Read More...]
Apple is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice over the company’s controversial price fixing of eBooks. According to the Wall Street Journal, which confirmed the DOJ probe, the feds are concerned with the supposed appropriateness of Apple and its publishing partners limiting access to eBook discounting. “We are also investigating the electronic book industry, along with the European Commission and the states attorneys general,” said Sharis Pozen, the Justice Department’s acting antitrust chief. The [Read More...]
Our AT&T sources have been illuminating a lot today, as it seems an iPhone 4S Training Session pdf made its rounds through AT&T’s rep emails today. A couple more interesting bits of info came out just now – it seems AT&T stores will only be allowing one iPhone 4S per customer on launch day. No word yet on how many Apple will allow, although at the iPhone 4 launch you could get 2. This is similar to [Read More...]
Today an AT&T customer service representative (CSR) lays the blame for the current upgrade pricing squarely on Apple, inc. According to the AT&T CSR we spoke to this morning upgrade eligibility dates and the pricing models are all dictated by Apple, Inc. and they cannot be changed. If you’ve had an iPhone long enough you’ll recall a similar customer service fiasco a couple of years ago with the iPhone 3GS. If [Read More...]