Best Buy is now selling $100 iTunes gift cards for $85

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Jul 212014
 

Best Buy is selling $100 iTunes gift cards for just $85 for a limited time. Continue reading »

Best Buy Cuts Prices On iTunes Gift Card Today Only

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Apr 102012
 

Apple isn’t the one to slash prices, and the only time a discount is really seen from the Cupertino company is on Black Friday weekend. Thus, we rely on the likes of Best Buy and Wal-Mart to bring in those special offers. Continue reading »

Verizon now selling original iPad for Just $300 Dollars

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Mar 252011
 

We’ve yet to see any sort of official announcement, but folks have been flooding various deal sites with reports that Verizon is now selling the original iPad for just $299.99 in-store. That’s for the 16GB WiFi-only model, of course, but the 32GB and 64GB models have also apparently been discounted to $399.99 and $499.99, respectively. As you might suspect, however, there’s also plenty of reports of Verizon already being sold out, so you might not want to waste much time if you’re thinking about taking the plunge. MiFi sold separately, of course.

Apple and AT&T signed five-year iPhone exclusivity deal ?

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May 102010
 
The term of Apple and AT&T’s iPhone exclusivity deal has long been a mystery — although USA Today reported a five-year arrangement when the original iPhone came out in 2007, that number has never been independently confirmed, and it’s been looking suspect in recent weeks as Verizon iPhone chatter has gotten louder. But we’ve been doing some digging and we can now confirm that Apple and AT&T entered into a five-year iPhone exclusive in 2007, based on court documents filed by Apple in California. Read on!
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May 062010
 

Tired of the dropped calls on AT&T’s network? Waiting for Apple to unveil the Verizon iPhone, which it is working on at the WorldWide Developer Conference 2010 Keynote address on June 7? Then Broadpoint AmTech research analyst Brian Marshall has some bad news for you.

According to him you might have to wait longer as AT&T may have extended its iPhone exclusivity in the US by an additional six months.

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