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Apple iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 pre-order in the US

Posted on October 17th, 2014

iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi
16GB/$499 64GB/$599 128GB/$699

iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular
16GB/$629 64GB/$729 128GB/$829

Apple iPad Air 2

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New iPad Air 2 and Mini 3 tablets

Posted on October 16th, 2014

The new iPad Air 2 is a good update for an almost perfect tablet for today’s standards. I would have liked to see is 2GB of RAM and better battery life. The new thinness is just a consequence of eliminating that air gap. Display will look better, touch will feel more precise, screen will be darker when off (blending with the frame on the space gray model) and you won’t hear that hollow sound when tapping the screen anymore.


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iPhone 6 and 6 Plus drop tested

Posted on September 19th, 2014


The new iPhone 6 Plus is even easier to crack than before. Thanks for the test, Well, those curved edges on the glass surely don’t help in structural toughness.. but still, glass is glass.. doesn’t matter how tough and scratch resistant you make it, it will still shatter. But it would be nice to see more thought out designs for screen protection sake.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pre-orders for AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile

Last modified on September 20th, 2014, Posted on September 12th, 2014


iPhone 6 – AT&T

iPhone 6 Plus – AT&T

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Apple Watch left-handed mode (upside down and swap straps around)

Posted on September 10th, 2014


Is that true? Unlike a standard watch, the crown (knob) is a major user interface control for the Apple Watch. It might be awkward to operate if the crown did not point towards your other hand. I don’t understand the up roar. As a lefty, wasn’t this obvious how it would work? A lefty option in settings then turn the thing over (and reverse the straps).

Source:  Business Insider Via: PocketNow, 9to5Mac

Sprint’s iPhone 6 for $0 down followed by 24 monthly payments of $20

Posted on September 10th, 2014

Considering that the phone cost $600 or more outright for a new 16GB version, Sprint is not only giving you a lower cost plan but subsidizing the phone, too. If you were to pay for this phone on a normal plan you would pay over $25/mo instead of $20/mo.


Source: Sprint,  Via: Engadget, PhoneScoop and PhoneArena