T-Mobile announced on Thursday that it is offering a limited-time $130 discount on the price of new 4G LTE iPad Air and iPad with Retina display models, matching the cost of comparable Wi-Fi-only models, while also still including 200 megabytes of free data every month for life.
T-Mobile is on a self-imposed three day tear of initiatives related to their ‘un-carrier’ program intended to distance themselves from what consumers expect from a carrier. Today they have announced an interesting program specific to tablets and the iPad. Show More Summary
Be sure to follow 9to5Toys to keep up with the best gear and deals on the web: Twitter, RSS Feed,Facebook, Google+ and subscribe to the new Safari push notifications feature. Today’s can’t miss deals: iPad Air Bluetooth Keyboard Cases: New Trent Airbender 2.0 $20 (Reg. Show More Summary
A day after it announced cheaper plans with voice and data, T-Mobile is sharing more interesting news of upcoming promotions. Starting April 12th, T-Mobile will begin offering iPads and other tablets with LTE at the price normally offered by WiFi-only tablets. For instance, an iPad Air with only WiFi normally runs $499, while an iPad with […]
Running and jumping over things has been a staple of video games from pretty much the moment when gamers wondered if there was something more to do than blow up spaceships. Not controlling how fast or the direction in which you run, however, didn't really take off until the touchscreen devices took over. Show More Summary
Vodka is great for fruity drinks and drunken stupors; and beer is what you nurse, alone at the edge of the bar, after you’ve been dumped. Wine, on the other hand, is the ultimate social lubricant. So it makes … Read more ›
As was 2013, when it comes to product launches, Apple has been relatively quiet this year. If KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo is correct, Apple is preparing an extensive product rollout, primarily in the third quarter of 2014. His lengthy research note provides his expectations for what we’ll see from Apple and when. Show More Summary
Apple may be preparing to feature its Touch ID fingerprint sensor on updated models of the iPad Air and Retina iPad mini that will be released later this year, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo states in a new research note. We think the upgraded iPad Air will be launched earlier in 2014 than the iPad Air was in 2013. Show More Summary
Apple will reportedly introduce new iPad Airs and Retina iPad minis later this year that will feature the company's latest A8 mobile processor and new Touch ID sensor. Meanwhile, prices of older iPads are expected to inch downward while an effort to deliver a larger 12.9" entertainment tablet shapes up to drive growth next year.
Apple is set to release a slew of new products during the third quarter of 2014 according to KGI securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo, who often provides reliable information on Apple’s product lineup. In a 2014 product roadmap, Kuo suggests Apple will introduce its first new product of the year, a lower-cost iMac, during the second quarter. Show More Summary
KGI Research analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a timeline indicating that Apple is planning a massive rollout for multiple new products in Q3 2014. According to the Kuo, the only thing we can expect to see in the first half of the year is a small iMac update. Starting at the end of the third quarter and […]
iPhone and iPad owners have new options for fun and communication after Major League Baseball released R.B.I. Baseball for Apple's mobile devices and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban brought his Snapchat-like test messaging service out of beta.
The robots are coming, you guys. And they want all of our ice cream. What are we going to do? Robots Love Ice Cream by Dragon Army Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: $0.99 We could call in … Read more ›
Lace up your stompin’ boots, it’s time to climb the tower and do some killing and loot collecting in Finder's Keep. survive your dungeon crawl, kill the beasties, collect loot and improve your weapons and armor so you can do it all over again. The post Appidemic: Finder’s Keep for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch appeared first on AppleTell.
The StackUp iOS App Bundle is offering 12 iOS apps valued at $113 for just $36. Several of these apps are geared towards making your iOS experience a more productive one, which is why this particular bundle caught my attention. … Read more ›
From 9to5Toys: Stack Social is offering up to 83% off on a collection of top rated apps for your iPhone and iPad starting today. The “StackUp iOS Bundle” consists of 12 award winning apps, 5 of which are ranked among the Top 10 in their respective categories: Printer Pro, Scanner Pro, iDownloader Pro, Day One, and […]
Steve Ballmer. A total doofus, right? The man who said the iPhone was destined to be a failure, who thought the iPad was a dud, who stood in the way of Office being released for the iPad long after it … Read more ›
Office for iPad hasn’t been in the App Store for very long, and it has already done surprisingly well. Microsoft recently bragged that Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote have been downloaded 12 million times combined in a week. Microsoft won’t … Read more ›
Apple's iPhone continues to grow in popularity with U.S. teenagers, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster's latest semiannual teen survey [PDF], which asked 7,500 teens about their device preferences. 61 percent of teens now...Show More Summary
As mentioned in my post earlier today, Adobe Lightroom has come to the iPad in the form of Lightroom Mobile. If you are an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber, the app is free. You download it from the App Store, sign in with your Adobe ID and you are...