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Apple today announced via a new press release that it is partnering with retail mammoth Best Buy to expand the authorized service network. Now, users will be able to take their Apple hardware into a huge number of Best Buy stores across the United States to have them repaired and replaced.

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It seems that Huawei is lowering itself to less than scrupulous practices in order to try and promote its new Mate 10 Pro smartphone. In a private Facebook group, which has approximately 60,000 members, Huawei has been soliciting positive Best Buy reviews in exchange for the possibility of being selected as an early hardware beta tester.

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Best Buy is no longer selling the iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus outright, with purchases now only available on installment plans after receiving criticism for charging $100 more than Apple does for the same hardware.

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Best Buy is charging $100 extra for iPhone X and we just can’t get around their reasoning and justification as to why they are doing it. Are they ripping off their customers? Probably yes.

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Best Buy brings the price of Apple Watch down to the lowest prices we have seen yet, with $100 discount on all Sport and stainless steel models.

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In an attempt to build on the early success of the Apple Watch the Cupertino based fruit company is in the process of making the precise timepiece available outside of its own physical and digital stores. As part of a strategic retailing partnership, Best Buy, one of the largest physical and online retailers in the United States, will start to ship the Apple Watch this coming August with availability in over 100 stores.

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Apple isn’t usually the kind of manufacturer that sees its latest and greatest wares receive discounts at retail, with even the smallest of price drop rarely associated with something branded with an Apple logo. When Best Buy reduced both the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 as part of its recent Black Friday sale, it was already going against the tide and, we suspect, Apple’s wishes.

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The Samsung Gear Fit fitness tracker and smartwatch is probably the least bulky smartwatch around, but it’s also more of a fitness tracker than the kind of smartwatch that we’re all so excited about getting. That doesn’t mean that it’s not awesome though, and if you’ve been on the fence about picking one up and happen to live in the United States, then now might be a great time to take the plunge.

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Getting a discount on a current-gen Apple device is an almost impossible task wherever you care to look, and although you can often save a couple of bucks if you buy, say, a gift voucher of equal value to the amount off the usual retail price, Best Buy will be offering a no-strings $50 off all Apple iPhones from Sunday. So if you’ve been contemplating either the iPhone 5c or flagship iPhone 5s, you’ll want to be heading over to Best Buy on February 16th, which is this coming Sunday.

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History has shown us that Best Buy is never shy when it comes to providing their customers with a bargain, and it seems that they are at it again with an offer aimed directly at students. The deal, offered in conjunction with the American Sprint network, will see students offered a full year’s worth of free service when they purchase a qualifying smartphone from the Best Buy range.

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As was the case with the iPhone releases last month, the announcement of two new iPads is likely to drum up a series of special trade-in offers throughout the retail market, and, as ever, Best Buy is leading the way. Through November 9th, the retail chain will be offering $200 credit for your old iPad, which you can then put towards a newer model, and although, as is often the case, you stand to lose quite a bit compared with selling privately, you don’t then have to go through the rather tiresome rigmarole of waiting for payment, making provisions for potential dispute, packing up and sending the device.

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Every year, a new product would surface, probably a new iteration of an existing line up, that would force you to either make an upgrade to the newer model, or at least have you drool all over looking at it. Tech giants use this technique a lot to ensure that their newer products remain in demand, and the biggest example that I would say for this is the 4th generation iPad. Honestly, there’s hardly anything different in the third iteration of the iPad from the Retina display one, but still it was reason enough for a lot of people to upgrade.

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