A German auctioneer is selling one of Apple, Inc.'s original 50 computers on Saturday. The Apple I computer with a black and white monitor and original tape deck is expected to sell for upwards of $250,000
Repairing the iPhone 5 costs far more than fixing its predecessors because of Apple’s tight control over the parts that make up its newest phone, according to a new report.
Take your iPhone 5 to Apple with a broken display and the company will charge as much as $229 to swap it out. As MarketWatch notes, that’s a pretty steep price to fix a phone that starts at $199 on contract. This is pretty bad news for iPhone owners; according to third-party gadget insurer SquareTrade, almost one out of every three iPhone owners damaged their phones last year
Like most of his colleagues at Evernote Corp., Amitabh Handa no longer partakes in the morning ritual of wading through voicemails when he arrives at work. The reason is simple: He has no desk phone.