The gift giving and receiving does not have to end after a journey to your tree this morning since you can load your iDevices (perhaps one that you had gotten under that tree?) up with games that have been discounted to the point that it is almost as if they
It's been an incredible year, undoubtedly, for Australian-based developer, Halfbrick. The worry of gaining popularity is hardly an issue with the tons of chart-topping games that the developer already has under its extensive belt. In order to end the year on a good note, the studio has dropped the price of each and every one of its App Store titles to completely free - a twenty-four hour deal that seemingly appeared out of absolutely nowhere.
As the introduction of a fourth-generation iPad pushes the original "New iPad with Retina Display" out of the picture (therefore making it the "Old iPad, still with Retina Display" - lame joke, we realize that), the elite-regarded tablet introduced seven months ago is available at a steep discount for those comfortable with official Apple refurbished products. For those that do not already have a Retina Display iPad, this is the one to get or gift.
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.
How about kicking off your Independence Day week (or rather, weekend… Wednesday’s festivities will carry over until Monday) early with some of the best deals we have seen to date this year on a number of the App Store’s hottest new releases. There are almost as many games as fireworks
Are all of today’s headlines about wireless charging and bigger, more difficult-to-manufacture next-generation iPhone batteries making you wish your 4 or 4S could manage a few more hours without having to be plugged in? For one day only, Woot.com has you covered with a uNu iPhone 4/4S Battery Case that’s had its price slashed in half to be yours for just one Jackson (for those unfamiliar with which President’s on which bill, that’s a solid $20 – or specifically, $19.99).
Readdle has been a prominent company when it comes to business and productivity applications for both the iPhone and the iPad. They've grown popular with their steady stream of useful, intuitive applications. For the latter device mentioned above, you can pick up a copy of one of their best utilities for over half off of its normal price. Remarks has been marked down from $4.99 to $1.99.
About right now, your wallet is either much lighter or much heavier. Well, it depends on whether you were on the receiving side of the gifts or the more warm-hearted giving side. Either way, you can probably spare a little extra on a new app or two. With all those
If you're the type of family who like to celebrate Christmas after the official 25th date or are forced to do so because of a family member's job, you may want to listen up. Or even otherwise, if you're looking for an iOS device to not necessarily deliver by the 25th, check out the following post.
Black Friday is the only day of the year when Apple offers discounted products storewide – some in black, others in white, many in silver. The tradition continues for November 25, 2011. No need to get aimlessly lost in long lines of deal-crazed buyers hell-bent on receiving products at the