Apple today announced a substantial $5M donation to Hand in Hand, a relief fund that is providing Hurricane relief in the wake of two huge hurricanes hitting the US South. Apple CEO Tim Cook said, “We applaud Hand in Hand for bringing together people from all over the country to help one another at a time when so many desperately need it. In addition to Apple’s direct contribution to the relief and recovery efforts, we’re making it easy for anyone in the US to make their own donations to Hand in Hand through the App Store and iTunes.”
We get emails about Mac software bundles every day, but only a select few are worth your time. We believe today’s Bundlehunt is one of those. For $21.99, you get to choose your favorite 7 applications from an impressive selection of 50 (!!), many of which are worth multiples of $22 by themselves. There are too many apps to list here but some favorites of the 9to5Mac writers are listed below.
Oh, and we’re giving a bundle of free 7 apps each to one Facebook and Twitter sharer as part of our 9to5Rewards program…so spread the love!! (Winners will be added to the post tomorrow).
Editor’s note: The below info was sent from a 9to5Mac tipster and submitted to our Community site: expand full story
Bundlehunt is offering up a selection of 60 solid apps, utilities and learning resources where you can select any 12 of them for just $19.99 ($1.66/app!) . That total is often a lower price than the retail price of one of the apps and the biggest selection of popular Mac apps we’ve seen for anywhere near $20.
It was a widescreen iPod for music and video, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough Internet communications device, but it would soon also become our flashlight, our wallet, our passport, our light switch, and the lens with which we’d capture and store our memories day in and day out.
Apple changed the world on this day in 2007 when Steve Jobs unveiled the original iPhone. For some of us at 9to5Mac the iPhone was our introduction to Apple and the device we grew up with. For others, a new era for the company and mobile computers. But for all of us, a game changing device that would impact our lives in many ways.
As the iPhone celebrates its 10th anniversary this week, the 9to5Mac team takes some time to remember our first iPhones and just how far the device has come…
T-Mobile now includes fees & taxes in ONE pricing and introduces ‘Kickback’ program
T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere took the stage at CES 2017 today to share the latest Uncarrier news. T-Mobile has announced they are going “All in” on their T-Mobile ONE plans. This means starting on January 22, new customers will only be able to choose the ONE plan. Additionally, the carrier will be including all fees and taxes into the price of your T-Mobile ONE plan.
December 30, 2016
November 30, 2016
After delaying the release of its new cord-free wireless headphones called AirPods, Apple has today reportedly confirmed the product is expected to ship over the next few weeks. The confirmation comes via an alleged email from CEO Tim Cook to a customer (via Macrumors), but Apple has yet to make an official announcement or comment.
November 26, 2016
Pad & Quill make some of our absolute favorite Apple accessories fit for the most special people in our lives. Luckily, the company’s 15% off Black Friday Sale on all products site-wide is going on all weekend. Even better, we’re able to add coupon code“BF2016” or “PQ5” to bring the total discount to 20% sitewide. Additionally, new customers will see a $5 off pop-up to sign up for their newsletter.
The full grain leather bags, iPhone & iPad cases, MacBook Cases and Apple Watch straps are all made by hand the old fashioned way, backed with their legendary quarter century warranty, and signed by the artisan…and packaged fit for a very special gift.
Our favorites include the Timberline wood cases and Little Pocket Book Wallet cases for iPhone starting at $28 after coupons, Contiga leather cases for iPad and Cartella Cases for MacBook/Airs. You really can’t go wrong.
This is the only weekend of the year Pad & Quill has discounts this big so…giddy up! expand full story
November 25, 2016
Your best Black Friday MacBook Pro w/ Touch Bar discounts are with Expercom, up to $260 off
9to5Toys has been scouring the net for the best Black Friday Apple deals and the best deals for holiday shoppers. As far as Apple’s Touch Bar 2016 MacBook Pros, we’ve not found any better deals than Expercom who are offering up to $260 off the price of configured Touch Bar MacBook Pros including:
- 15” with Touch Bar 2.6GHz 16GB/256GB only $2305.17 (save $94)
- 15” with TouchBar 2.7GHz 16GB/512GB only $2689.55 (save $110)
- 15” with TouchBar 2.9GHz 16GB/1TB/4GB Graphics only (save $137)
- 15” with TouchBar 2.9GHz 16GB/2TB/4GB Graphics and AppleCare only (save $260)
13-inch with Touch Bar units are also on sale at the lowest prices we’ve seen (except this $100 off). Expercom charges Tax in Utah only so you’ll likely be deferring some additional money there. Ship times generally line up with Apple’s meaning that you’ll almost certainly get the MacBooks by Christmas (but that’s up to Apple). If you have any questions, Expercom can be reached at 888-563-6112.
November 10, 2016
There are still two weeks to go until Black Friday, but 9to5Toys Specials is already offering some amazing deals. Today, we’re highlighting the Black Friday Mac Bundle 2.0, featuring nine apps worth nearly $380 altogether. For a limited time pick up these nine utility Mac apps for just $20:
- PDF Expert 2.0 for Mac (Orig. $59.99) — Edit text, add links, sign and annotate documents with this App Store award winner.
- Call Recorder for FaceTime (Orig. $29.95) — Record interviews and podcasts in crystal-clear HD.
- MainMenu Pro 3 (Orig. $19.99) — Keep your Mac running smoothly with scheduled maintenance scripts, and access extra settings.
- TripMode (Orig. $7.99) — Control and track data usage during mobile tethering.
- AfterShot 3 (Orig. $39.99) — Harness powerful RAW editing features and view images at speed.
- ParticleShop (Orig. $49.99) — Add extra style to your photos with 11 creative brushes.
- Total Video Converter Pro for Mac (Orig. $29.99) — Convert and burn videos at original quality in 250 formats.
- RapidWeaver 7 (Orig. $99) — Create beautiful, custom, SEO-optimized websites without any code.
- CrossOver 15 for Mac (Orig. $39.95) — Run Windows apps on your Mac at native speed, no Bootcamp necessary.
Want a bigger selection of different apps? Bundlehunt lets you choose any 10 apps out of a 50 Mac app selection offered for the same $20 purchase price.
Frankly you can’t go wrong with either, or both – some of these apps retail for much more than the $20 bundle price. Even better, 9to5Rewards is giving away one of these bundles each to someone anywhere in the world sharing this post on Twitter and Facebook… expand full story
September 26, 2016
From writing reports to managing your machine, great apps can make all the difference. The Award-Winning Mac Bundle at 9to5Toys Specials offers 13 of the best, and lets you pay what you want for the collection (starting at $10).The bundle headliners include Drive Genius 4, which is used in Apple Stores to repair and maintain hard drives, while The Hit List uses smart to-do lists to keep you focused on important tasks.
Worth $672, this bundle offers a major upgrade to your Mac. Here is the full line-up: expand full story
September 13, 2016
Since it is iPhone sales season, we are offering 9to5mac readers an extra $10 cash on iPhone (or any device) they trade in this week using code upgrade. Hurry! This is only good for the first 500 trade-ins and the value of iPhones is dropping by the hour as new iPhones 7 arrive!
Have a broken iOS device? Fix it with our partners for 10% off using code 9to5mac
Two weeks ago, we announced 9to5Rewards, our program of giving back to readers. Since then, we’ve given away either some great software or a piece of hardware to a tipster, new Twitter, Youtube, Newsletter or Facebook follower or great commenter almost every day. Thank You! Some of the winners who’ve OK’ed our sharing: expand full story
August 30, 2016
Limited time only: 40% off all 9to5Mac Academy courses
9to5Academy is proud to offer the web’s best online courses at the lowest prices–everything from web development to design, and much more. That’s why we’re excited to announce a storewide 40% off sale on all the courses in our Academy, running through August 31, 2016.
All our courses are an additional 40% off with use of coupon code 40SALE. If you need pointers as to where to start, we’ve highlighted a few courses for you:
Interested in becoming a well-rounded web designer? Grab The Start-to-Finish Web Design Bundle (just $30
$50 , or 89% off). It offers 5 premium courses on all things web design: Photoshop, HTML5 and CSS3, front-end development, mobile design, and more. You’ll learn not just how to code your site from scratch, but also give it a sleek design certain to impress users.
If you’re into iOS development, dive into The Complete iOS 9 & 10 Development Bundle (just $21
$35, or 94% off). This course collection features 30 hours of content on Swift, Xcode, SiriKit, and more to help you master Apple’s biggest mobile update yet. You’ll learn from renowned instructor Rob Percival, and even get in on a bonus course on iOS 9 to sharpen your skills.
Or if hacking for a living appeals to you, the Become an Ethical Hacker Bonus Bundle (just $30
$49, or 92% off) is your ticket. This collection features nine courses on all things penetration testing, or the act of hacking a system’s defenses in order to reveal (and shore up) weaknesses. You’ll learn everything you need to hack for the good guys–and make a pretty penny in the process.
This is a limited time offer so jump in soon!
August 25, 2016
The Apple Music festival in London has been always been a staple of the fall pop music scene, but never has it been more integral to Apple’s operations than this year – when Apple Music is locked in a battle for supremacy among streaming services and Tim Cook is pushing services revenue as a replacement for Apple’s sagging hardware unit sales.
This year’s event will not only be available on Apple’s product lineup but also PCs, and for the first time through the Apple Music App on Android which launched in November of last year. That means a much wider audience. Today, Apple announced the headlining lineup …
August 15, 2016
The World Trade Center Apple Store opens tomorrow at noon in Santiago Calatrava‘s Oculus terminal. But some are getting a sneak peak at the store this evening according to a couple of our tipsters who work in the area.
We first saw building permits 6 months ago on the site which was conceived 2 years ago. The Oculus store was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson which also was the design architect for close to 60 Apple Stores worldwide and the six other Apple Stores in Manhattan including SoHo (the first high profile store), Fourteenth Street (Meatpacking District), (iconic cube entrance) Fifth Avenue, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and Williamsburg (Brooklyn).
Many more close up images from passersby follow:
August 14, 2016
The Washington Post this weekend published a very in-depth video/interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook just weeks before Apple is set to unveil its biggest product of the year by far, the iPhone 7. In it, Cook talks about the incredibly important people outside of Apple he turns to for advice at pivotal moments, including Warren Buffett on returning cash to stockholders, Anderson Cooper on coming out, and folks like Bill Clinton and Laurene Powell Jobs on testifying before congress.
He also touches on the future of Apple, such as its Artificial Intelligence and and Augmented/Virtual Reality ambitions… expand full story
August 1, 2016
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July 24, 2016
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June 30, 2016
Parallels Desktop 11: Run Windows/Android/Linux/anything seamlessly on your Mac: $40 (50% off) shipped or less
Just a quick note that you can snag a rare huge discount on Parallels Desktop 11 – 50% off today from specials.9to5toys.com.