Sep 13

Microsoft Retail Store are now accepting trade-ins for Apple iPads. In return Microsoft will give gift cards worth at least $200 for the iPad 2 and newer, meaning purchasers need only spend $149 to get an entry-level Microsoft Surface RT tablet. » Microsoft Retail Stores Offering $200+ For iPad Trade-In

Nov 15

9to5Mac reports that Apple Retail Stores are taking delivery of new fourth-generation iPad models with LTE cellular, but they have not begun sales of them yet. “Apple has begun stocking its U.S.-based retail stores with LTE versions of the fourth-generation iPad. The product is not on sale yet, but they could go on sale at anytime. Stores have been instructed to wait until word from corporate comes through to begin sales.» Fourth-Generation iPad Models With LTE Cellular Now Arriving At Apple Retail Stores

Sep 21

Just hours away from the official iPhone 5 launch in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the United Kingdom, lines at stores around the world are lengthening in anticipation of the event. iFixit is currently in Australia waiting outside the Telstra retail store “photo above” to purchase an iPhone 5 for teardown purposes. We will post their teardown video and photos ones they finish. » Lines At Apple Stores For iPhone 5 Launch Today!

Oct 16

contract free unlocked iPhone 4S
Apple says that they will begin selling unlocked, contract-free iPhone 4S units in the United States in November. But 9to5mac reported that Apple is already selling the iPhone 4S at retail stores in the United States as simply “Off Contract” devices. “Users can activate the contract-free iPhone 4S by simply plugging the device into iTunes. Once plugged in, the above iPhone 4S unlocked popup will appear.» Apple Is Selling Unlocked, Contract-Free iPhone 4S In United States

Sep 22

microsoft_logoThe Loop reports that Microsoft has been contacting Apple retail store managers to try and change their minds to start working for Microsoft’s own stores and with higher salaries.

» Microsoft Luring Apple Managers To Come Work For Them