Target, Sam’s Club next in line to carry Apple’s revolutionary iPhone

10% off orders $55 or more! Enter code: cmsave10“Target will be the next major American third-party retailer to team up with Apple to promote the iPhone,” Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.

“According to people familiar with the matter, word of the iPhone’s impending arrival at Target first began to spread last month during meetings between store and district managers in what was then the lead up to last week’s rollout of the iPad at Target stores,” Marsal reports. “The Minneapolis, Minn.-based retailer is in the process of adding mobile phone centers to approximately 850 of its 1,743 stores by the time holiday shopping season rolls around. It’s doing so in partnership with Radio Shack, another Apple Authorized iPhone reseller, which will provide the tools that allow customers to activate their devices in-store.”

Marsal reports, “Membership-only warehouse club Sam’s Club, a subsidiary of Wal-Mart, announced during Wal-Mart’s quarterly conference call Wednesday that it too will begin selling the iPhone — in addition to the iPad — sometime in the near future.”

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28 Comments

  1. as long as the iPad is king, google will not DIE! I wish people would stop wishing for that. Do I hate the fact that Eric T Mole was a damn mole inside of Apple and basically copied everything that was going YES! but Apple still needs google just as much as it needs Microsoft.
    Companies buy the iPads & iPhones because it has the Exchange sync if it didn’t apple would still be successful but not as much in business.

  2. as long as the iPad is king, google will not DIE! I wish people would stop wishing for that. Do I hate the fact that Eric T Mole was a damn mole inside of Apple and basically copied everything that was going YES! but Apple still needs google just as much as it needs Microsoft.
    Companies buy the iPads & iPhones because it has the Exchange sync if it didn’t apple would still be successful but not as much in business.

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