Some folks are so much into latest technology that they won’t even look at last year’s model of a phone or tablet. Those are usually people who don’t have to save money to buy a new gadget because they have plenty. Users with slimmer wallets wait for price cuts of older models which usually occur when a new device is released. If you were eyeing Apple’s iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 or iPad Mini now would be a good time to get yourself one. Apple has just discounted the iPad Air and iPad Mini older models as the newest models hit the market.
Target Black Friday Deals: iPhone 5S at $179 plus $30 gift card, iPad Air at $479 plus $100 gift card
With Black Friday approaching fast, ads from the retailers taking part in the biggest shopping event start pouring out. Some of them are already official, others – not so much, but all are tempting with great deals. Target, one of the most popular destinations, is no different. A copy of this year’s offers reveals impressive discounts especially if you are thinking about grabbing a new iPad. This year Target prepared a surprise for its customers. Black Friday sales will actually begin at 8 PM Thanksgiving evening and will last until 11 PM Friday night.
It is this time of the year again when all of a sudden all your appliances seem terribly old and used and in a desperate need of replacement. And what a better day to go shopping for a new smartphone or tablet than Black Friday? Save for huge crowds, of course. But who would fret about long lines when all those discounted prices are calling your name. There is still some time left until the craze begins but Best Buy has already started tempting its potential customers with a preview of its best offers.
Just as Apple promised last week, the new iPad Air is available worldwide, starting Today at 8:00 am local time. The latest company’s iPad is now for sale in Apple Store, as well as through select local and online retailers. The tablet with Wi-Fi + cellular connectivity is also up for grabs from major US carriers, such as Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. US Cellular and regional carriers will offer the iPad Air starting next week, November 8th.
iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 with 4G LTE cellular connectivity coming to AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile in November
Professional as always, Apple sticks to its yearly upgrade schedule and yesterday announced the iPad Air and iPad Mini 2. Both slates will be carried by all four major US carries, that is AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. A nice surprise awaits customers opting for the Magenta network. The carrier will be offering 200 MB of free data per month with both new iPads. Unless you are one of those users who download a lot of content from the web, the free data will allow you to stay connected on the go.
Apple is very strict when it comes to its schedule of releasing new products. With the beginning of the fall we knew that a new iteration of Apple’s tablet was just around the corner and here it is, announced just a couple of hours ago at a special event in San Francisco. The iPad Air, as it is called the new iPad 5, will be priced from $499 up depending on storage option, as usual. The slate will be available also with LTE support, in which case the price will start at $629. The iPad Air will go on sale on November 1st in the US, UK, Japan and China. On a side note, this will be the first time than an iPad will hit the stores in China on day one.