Sharron Laverne Parrish Jr. of Tampa has been charged with scamming a total of $309,768 from a number of Apple's retail stores located in 16 states, according to recently revealed federal court documents.
While there's plenty of arguments for and against carrier upgrade programs such as AT&T Next, T-Mobile JUMP and Verizon Edge it looks as though there's at least enough traction there to garner some attention from Apple. According to new information, Apple appears to be readying a significant upgrade to their retail sales plans by firing up a pilot program for customers to be able to purchase a new iPhone through such carrier upgrade programs.
Apple is now launching an upgrade program at its retail stores where customers can bring in an old iPhone and walk out with a new iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c for free. According to the promo, users must bring in their old iPhone for recycling where they can get credit applied towards a new iPhone upgrade.
Apple could be getting ready to open two additional retail stores in NYC, home to the already iconic locations at 5th Avenue, Grand Central Station, SoHo, the Upper West Side, and West 14th Street. The new Apple Retail Stores would in Manhattan's Upper East Side and at below the new World Trade Center's Transportation Hub.
The Apple Store app not only lets you pick up the latest Apple gear, no computer required — it also lets you gift things to others. One of the most common gifts we tend to give are iTunes and Apple Store gift cards. The Apple Store app lets you do that too, if you know where to look. Here's how:
If you own a business or are self-employed and find yourself buying lots of Apple products, it's possible that you're eligible for discounts through the Joint Venture program. Not only does it let you accumulate loyalty points towards new products, you and your employees can receive training, VIP level technical support, and more. Here's how to learn more about Joint Venture:
According to a new report, Apple is all set to launch iBeacons in its retail stores beginning today. With a silent update to the Apple Store iPhone application pushed out on the backend, Apple has already been demonstrating the technology to members of the press.
If you're buying a gift for a loved one – or even just for yourself – this Christmas from Apple, then you'll be interested to know that the last shipping dates have been posted. The good news is you've got up until December 22 for those really last minute purchases on some products, but if you're moving for a new iPad in particular then you need to move fast.
Sunday, December 1st is World AIDS Day, an annual recognition of the fight against HIV and AIDS. Apple's commemorating the occasion by temporarily rebranding its retail stores with red Apple logos, according to 9to5Mac.