the visionary behind basically all of apple products has died. this is a great lost in the apple world, he will truly be missed. below is a statement giving from apple.
If selling your iPhone on eBay or great services like Gazelle are too cumbersome, Apple will now accept your used iPhone 4 and pay for it up to two hundred bucks, depending on its condition. Just head over to the Reuse and Recycle program at Apple’s site and hit the Get Started button underneath the “Get an Apple Gift Card for your old device” section.
If your used iPhone 4 manages to fetch a cool $200, congrats – you just secured yourself a 16GB iPhone 4S free of charge (with a two-year contract). As part of yesterday’s reshuffling, the iPhone 4 is now available only with eight gigabytes of storage and priced at just $99. The iPhone 3GS, meanwhile, has gone free. Both older iPhone models require a two-year plan to fetch those prices. Apple is also offering the iPhone 4 and 3GS without a contract commitment for $549 and $375, respectively. What about a SIM-free iPhone 4S?
While we at Consumerist never, ever, ever condone crime. We have covered enough retail crime stories to have gleaned a few tips on what not to do. For example, if you plan on robbing a convenience store, you might want to check that a police officer is not standing a few feet behind you the entire time.
But that's exactly what happened at a Georgia convenience store, where an unarmed man walked up to the register and demanded cash, all while a local cop watched on in disbelief.
By now you might have seen the Campaign shots of a seductive Rihanna in Armani Jeans and Emporio Armani Underwear trolling the internet. But that isn't all there is... To celebrate the launch of the new Armani.com a brand new short film featuring Rihanna will be made available on the 6th of October exclusively on Armani.com. Until then, enjoy this teaser.
Don't you hate it when there's nothing good on the radio?
An angry ex-deejay jonesing for a specific tune took his aural frustration too far when he allegedly threatened to "shoot up" a Massachusetts college station if it didn't spin the record he wanted to hear.
Programmers at Bridgewater State University's campus station WBIM said a man called multiple times on Monday requesting a song that wasn't in their catalogue, according to the university police department.