It seems that there is a new change introduced in Apple’s Standard Return Policy which will kick in from tomorrow onwards, as users will only have a 14 calendar day time window to return their recently purchased iPhone without having to give a reason, never mind if it was purchased directly from an Apple Store or via the online route. This particular amendment would place it on par with the return policies of Apple as well as its carrier partners, in addition to the rest of the products from Cupertino.
It has only been a couple of weeks since the Samsung Galaxy S5 was officially announced. Though there’s quite a bit of wait involved in getting it in our hands. Samsung will release Galaxy S5 on April 11th and all major U.S. carriers are going to offer it. An internal T-Mobile memo has appeared online. It hints at the possibility that Magenta is going to offer both 16GB and 32GB flavors of the next generation Galaxy flagship.
Read full post →T-Mobile Galaxy S5 To Come In 16GB And 32GB Flavors