Rejoice savvy shoppers! In an effort to counteract the pre-holiday lull, Amazon has launched what it is calling the Prime Early Access Sale. At first glance you might think it's just a marketing gimmick, but after doing a little digging we've actually found some noteworthy deals on Apple devices and other tech products. Check out our full roundup below.
Casetify's Amazon Prime Day deals are in full swing, offering 30% off of the company's best-selling, highly protective, clear iPhone cases.
That's right, the iDB deals team is back for Prime Day! Below you'll find a roundup of great products we think you'll actually want to buy, at prices you don't normally see throughout the year. So sit back, relax, and let the discounts roll.
Apple's guidelines for apps distributed through its App Stores can make it a difficult decision for companies, and developers, to allow for in-app purchases of any kind. But it looks like Amazon has finally decided to change its mind on the matter as far as video rental and purchases are concerned.
Beginning today, Sept. 27, Amazon will start live streaming Thursday night NFL games for 2018. The coverage will offer unique features not seen before for this type of sports programming.
This year's Amazon Prime Day doesn't kick off until Monday, July 16 beginning at 12:01 p.m. PDT. But let's be honest here, the event has already started as some deals are now online with many more coming between now and the event's official start.
Amazon now has over a hundred million Prime members.
Amazon's Prime Video app, which hit tvOS App Store on December 6, was reportedly the most downloaded of any Apple TV app ever during its first seven days.
Six months after initially being out, and just a day after The Verge probed Amazon for an update, Prime Video has launched on the App Store for Apple TV. We went hands on to try it out, and see if it was worth the wait.
Apple hired Morgan Wandell from Amazon Studios to head its international video development, a move that has been in the works for months, Variety reported this past weekend.
Amazon today announced its long-rumored music streaming service to better compete with the likes of Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play Music, Tidal and others. The service is called Amazon Music Unlimited and starts at $9.99 per month for individual accounts or $14.99 per month for a family of six, which is the standard pricing offered by Apple Music and others.
However, Amazon has undercut Apple Music with a $7.99 per month tier for members of its $99 per year Prime service. And if you want to only stream music to your Echo wireless speaker, Amazon Music Unlimited is just $3.99 per month.
Online retailer Amazon has scheduled a second annual Prime Day event for July 12. The Prime Day 2016, a one-day shopping event exclusive to Prime members, will be the biggest global Amazon event ever with new deals starting as often as every five minutes throughout the day.