As students prepare to head back to class, Apple Authorized Resellers are issuing blowout savings on everything from Mac computers to AirPods and iPad Pros. Find iPads for $249, MacBook Airs for $949, and savings of up to $950 off during the back to school sale.
As retailers look to make room for 2019 MacBook Air inventory, Amazon is leading the pack with triple digit closeout savings on 2018 MacBook Airs. Save $300 instantly, with 256GB MacBook Air models priced at just $1,099, an all-time low. Apple's 128GB 9.7-inch iPad with cellular is also $130 off while supplies last.
Representatives for Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google have been asked to testify in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel on July 16, addressing worries of diminishing competition amidst the mega corporations.
After reports that Apple is investigating a production shift out of China, other firms including Sony, Dell and Nintendo are also planning to move manufacturing of devices such as consoles and smart speakers away from the country because of U.S. tariffs.
July 4 may be over, but the holiday markdowns are still going strong. We're rounding up the best sales on Apple's latest iPad Pros, 2019 MacBook Pros, iMacs, Apple Watches and much more that are still in effect heading into the weekend.
Amazon Prime Day 2019 launches on July 15 and July 16, leaving everyone to speculate which daily deals will show up during the two-day mega shopping event. Based on what we've seen in years prior, we've got a pretty good idea of what you might be able to expect, including where to snag the best Apple markdowns.
As Amazon tends to focus on price cuts on its own hardware during its annual Prime Day sale event, the e-commerce giant is delivering steep markdowns on Apple products right now, ahead of Prime Day 2019.
The potential breaking up of major technology companies like Apple should be examined, presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders has suggested, seemingly joining calls to curtail the influence of firms that are accused of being monopolistic in nature.
Dish Network is reportedly in talks to pay $6 billion or more to snap up assets from Sprint and T-Mobile as the two carriers try to win regulatory approval for a $26.5 billion merger, which itself faces tough opposition over competition concerns.
Two class action suits were filed against Amazon on Tuesday, alleging that Alexa-enabled devices illegally record the conversations of children without parental consent, which would constitute a violation of the assorted state laws prohibiting recordings made of a minor without consent.