Great news for Apple fans who have been wishing for a single charger for all their Apple devices as AT&T is working on a similar prototype which is basically a dual charger for iPhone and Apple Watch. The charger has been spotted on FCC Federal Communications Commission which includes all the documentation for the device. The telecommunication company calls it the “Power Drum Wireless Charger & Apple Watch Power Bank.” Read More
LG’s mid-range G3-esque phone, the G3 Vigor (also known as the G3 S or Beat), will be available at AT&T this Friday. Off contract, you will be able to snag the device for a reasonable $335 or on a two year contract for $50. The AT&T ‘Next’ plans will set you back $13.96 every month should you choose the Next 18 plan, and $16.75 for the Next 12 plan. Read More
From today AT&T has begun the pre-orders of the soon to be launched Samsung S5 on its website and stores. The phone will cost $200 with a two-year service contract or $650 without a contract. T-Mobile will begin the pre-orders of Samsung S5 on Monday, 24th March and will charge $660 under its installment plan (i.e. $0 down payment + $27.50 X 24 months). Read More
AT&T is now offering its users $100 off on new iPads if users agree to sign up for a two year contract. Coming as part of AT&T’s holiday promotion, if you purchase any tablet, you get $100 off if you also sign up for a two year contract with the company. Read More
At 8 AM local time, Apple released the new iPad in 25 more countries, and according to multiple sources, lines have started forming in front of Apple stores, with people eager to get their hands on the shiny new iPad.
According to CNNMoney, the US carrier AT&T announced today that sales of the 4G sporting third generation Apple tablet made a single day record. Though some of you might be curious for actual figures, but for now the company simply claims that there is ‘Robust Demand for the new iPad’. Read More
A recent report from a major telecoms company, Verizon tells us that the iPhone is ‘bittersweet’ for them. This is due to the almost 11 million iPhones that they have sold over the due course of 2011, that’s including the 4.2 million they shifted in the last quarter. While Verizon themselves do admit to be down on their wireless margins, but this is due to the shear amount of iPhones that they have sold.
You can no longer get the iPhone 3GS for free from AT&T. The carrier has bumped up the price of the revolutionary device from being free to $0.99. Apple is till listing the device as available for “FREE” on its online store, but AT&T on its website charges $0.99 for every device sold. Read More
According to a post published by ‘Engadget,’ if it is correct, AT&T is going to make a white Apple iPhone 4S available to its customers. This means that Apple will make the upgraded version of the iPhone 4 along with the iPhone 5 release expected this October.