Planning to purchase a shiny iPad this weekend? You may want to consider it now... if you are so inclined to go ahead with the risk (there is a return policy, so a discounted current-generation iPad should nonetheless be a sound investment) of ordering prior to the outcome of whether a fourth-generation iPad will be announced next week, then you could be in for one of the best deals that the"Retina Display iPad" has seen during its lifetime. Through a fairly-secretive deal, we will show you to get $100 back on a brand new, sealed iPad.
Those lucky enough to snag first-day preorders, are you sure that tomorrow when your iPhone 5 is delivered, glistening in newness, that you want to break open the plastic seal and begin enjoying it at that very moment? That is, when somebody else that was not among the first to order at 3am could have it instead... for a steep premium that goes directly into your wallet.
Although we'll soon have a guide on how to maximize profits by selling your iPhone 4S through eBay, today we're going to take a look at the optimal way to receive the most amount of cash for your used iPhone 4S by trading in your device.
It is true: putting in the extra time to sell your Apple device year-after-year does leave you with both more cash overall as well as the claim to fame of owning the newest devices at each release. Shh, let's not let news of this realization spread too far-and-wide...
So, a guy walks into a bar while an Apple employee is celebrating his birthday… wait, stop me if you know the punchline. While I doubt that the story repeats itself here, you could find out yourself for what will likely end up being over a million dollars, in what
After an unlucky launch day for me and literally every store in New Jersey being sold out of their iPad 2 stock by the next day’s afternoon, I vigorously checked eBay for a 32GB iPad 2. A brand new 32GB iPad with a Smart Cover was sold as a $700
Some guy is saying that he was able to download a leaked release candidate for iTunes 8 due to a crazy glitch that involved a download button being rendered in an odd spot on Apple's webpage. His story is that he clicked said crazy glitch button and it downloaded an unreleased copy of the iTunes software.