Nov 01

Apple began taking orders for its redesigned thin-and-light iPad Air in the United States, Canada, Europe and several Asia Pacific countries. The current shipping times of the iPad Air is 24 hours. The iPad Air is available in space gray/black and white/silver and can be purchased from $499 for the 16GB Wi-Fi only model or $629 for the 16GB Wi-Fi + Cellular model. » Apple Began Taking Online Order For iPad Air In The United States, Canada, Europe & Asia

Oct 15

AllThingsD reports that according to CIRP’s survey of U.S. consumers who purchased Apple’s latest iPhones during the last days of September, 64 percent of total iPhone sales are iPhone 5s models and only 27 percent are iPhone 5c models. Which means that the iPhone 5s is outselling the iPhone 5c more than two to one. The remaining sales “9 percent” are iPhone 4s models. » iPhone 5s Outselling iPhone 5c Two to One

May 08


Apple has lowered the prices of the Original iPad and the iPad 2s. The Original iPad can now be bought for only $279 and the iPad 2 starts at the price of just $319, thats a price drop of $30. “Higher capacity iPads are dropped as low as $50 over prices set when Apple debuted the new iPad in March.”

» Apple Lowered Price Of the Original iPad and iPad 2 With Up To $50

Jul 27

2852 US consumers has been asked the question if they will purchase the next gen iPhone or not. %35 has answered the question with yes, they will purchase the next gen iPhone (iPhone 5?) without ever having tried it. Fifty-one percent of respondents said that they will buy the smartphone within the first year of release. Some 30 percent will purchase the device before the end of 2011, while 14 percent will buy it within the first month. Only 7 percent of those polled said they will buy it within the first week, a number that may change as they see friends, family and colleagues with the shiny new iPhones this fall. » 35 Percent Of iPhone Users Will Purchase The iPhone 5 Without Ever Testing The Device!

Mar 05

Fountain Valley, CA – MEDL Mobile, Inc. (, the leader in custom mobile application development and the company behind dozens of internationally successful apps is using the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco to launch The MEDL Alliance – a program by which MEDL will acquire apps directly from developers – but continue to pay out a portion of the profits to the original developer. » MEDL Announces Plans To Purchase Thousands Of Mobile Apps From Developers

Jul 11

Fishies is a game where you can create your virtual fish tank and raise your fishes. It’s a free game with In-Game purchases, you can purchase in-game currency called virtual pearls starting from $0,99 for 10 pearls up to $149.99 for 1950 pearls. Not a big  deal right?, well not till you hear that a lot of users are reporting unwanted in-game purchases up to hundreds of dollars.

Mike Rohde is one of the unlucky Fishies users: “When his son asked for permission to buy virtual pearls, Rohde turned him down and urged him to sell items to generate currency for free. When both father and son tried to do this, the program kept crashing. Later, they discovered that the app had gone ahead and purchased the pearls without any iTunes account information entered.”

More after the break. » Unwanted In-Game Purchases In iPhone/iPad Game Fishies