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Target takes $20 off iPhone 5; Apple posts 2012 12 Days app
Thursday, December 6, 2012 @ 12:21pm

Target is joining RadioShack in a brief iPhone 5 sale. The deal is in-store only, and essentially identical to RadioShack's, providing $20 off any AT&T model of the phone until December 15th. That makes the hardware potentially as cheap as $180, albeit with a two-year contract.



Apple, meanwhile, has released a 2012 update of its 12 Days of Christmas app. The title is a universal one for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and is designed to support Apple's 12 Days promotional campaign, which will hand out free daily music, app, book, and TV show downloads starting on December 26th. As in past years the app is only available to people outside the US.

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