When you're looking to buy an Apple iPhone off a classifieds ad, you expect certain things. Like it having a working touchscreen. Like it maybe be in one piece. Like it actually being an Apple iPhone and not... just an apple. A woman made the dear mistake of buying two apples in an iPhone box when she really wanted…
Bundling a free Twitter iPhone app preloaded with your label's artists with CDs: fine. Advertising said bundle: also fine! But pitching this app as an "exclusive" deal, as if it isn't always free? Come on, guys.
Black Friday may be when prices drop, but if you've carefully read the list of deals, you can tell it's also a BS marketing gimmick. Here's how not to get fooled (plus, what gadgets to avoid at any price):