How much are you willing to pay for your next iPhone? More than likely, you’re probably willing to pay about $300, roughly the price of the iPhone 6+ with 16GB of onboard storage, the minimum storage capacity available on the iPhone. For years, US carriers have heavily subsidized the cost of Apple’s iPhones, hiding the […]
Several U.S. carriers are offering special deals and discounts for shoppers looking to buy an iPhone 5C or iPhone 5S. Here’s a handy chart to help you find the best deal.
The plot thickens. Just months after AT&T and Verizon ended their unlimited data plans — which was probably more of a bummer for iPhone users than anyone else — new iPhone carrier Sprint has announced that it will offer unlimited data to iPhone 4S customers. Oh, snap.
Today, Apple unveiled the hotly anticipated new generation of iPhones, but there was no number 5 anywhere to be seen. Instead, we got an upgraded, 2x faster iPhone “4S” with a powerful new camera, iOS 5 & iCloud, and a built-in personal assistant. But Apple didn’t show up without a few surprises…
Best Buy is offering a special for anyone looking to buy an iPad: a free Mifi Hotspot, but there’s a catch. A 9to5Mac reader sent in the above image of Best Buy’s iPad promo which sets you up with a free Mifi Hotspot from AT&T, Sprint or Verizon in exchange for signing a 2-year contract […]
Certain things can be counted on as eventualities. Death. Paying taxes. iPhones in the summer. That’s because for the past three years, that’s how it’s worked, year after year. So what makes this year any different? So far, not much, but now we have a few clues. First, comes word that Apple has reserved the […]
Not every mobile phone company out there has a flagship product like the iPhone or iPad to push their plans, so some of them are thinking a bit outside of the box. Like Sprint, for example. They have a new product named the Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot, which creates a mobile internet connection for 5 […]
Well, it wouldn’t be a decent day at the office without more talk about AT&T and Apple. This one comes from the Wall Street Journal via PCWorld, and it goes a little something like this: AT&T gave Apple engineers masterclasses in wireless networking in order to address iPhone connectivity woes on the carrier’s network, says […]
I came across this article today on Forbes.com, and it brought up a point that I’ve been pondering for the past few weeks: is it better to get a data plan for the iPad from AT&T or a data device from Sprint or Verizon for close to the same price? At first, this seems like […]