updated 08:17 pm EDT, Mon August 18, 2014
Gazelle offers locked price for selling iPhone before new release
Gazelle, a company which focuses on buying used phones, has announced a limited offer on locking-in the current selling value of an iPhone. Until September 9, Gazelle will give customers who wish to sell their current iPhone a locked price value, allowing the sellers until October 10 to send the device in. The purpose of this promotion is to maintain the same price value for a phone to be traded in, even after the anticipated release of the iPhone 6, which will inevitably decrease the value of iPhones currently owned. Once Gazelle receives a traded-in device, it is inspected to verify the claimed condition, and a payment is then sent within one week. Gazelle accepts smartphones from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and other major cell phone carriers, in addition to Apple products.
Airmail 1.4 released, includes new rules, actions and more
Mail client app Airmail has received an update that includes additional external support and various improvements to existing features. Airmail allows users to access and organize email from multiple accounts in a unified inbox, with support for IMAP, POP3, and a variety of email hosts and cloud storage accounts. Airmail v1.4 features new Rules/Filters, actions, and support for Omnifocus 2, Fanastical and BusyCall. Improvements to searching, labels, signatures, contacts and other existing features are also included. Priced at $2, Airmail is available for download through the App Store.