Apple Inc. 12 Days of Gifts Beats a Partridge in a Pear Tree

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It’s one of those momentous occasions where the holders of iPhones and iPad devices still as Apple Inc. delivers beautiful news with one word – free. Starting today users of Apple mobile devices can hit the iTunes store to download the 12 Days of Gifts app. Once the app is downloaded users can immerse in a free item daily from iBooks, iTunes or the App Stores. There is one catch – these delightful apps are only available for 24 hours after the download time. But, it beats 12 ladies dancing and a partridge in a pear tree.

Consumers should download the app and be prepared for the season of Apple Inc. giving to begin December 26. The free content offerings will end January 6, so enjoy the time frame of receiving some amazing items for use. For those who never had the pleasure of participating in a 12 Days of Gifts from Apple, content that is available isn’t generic or boring. In prior years, Apple has promoted free downloads to the latest season of How I Met Your MotherĀ and promoted free tunes from the the band that now features the Sexiest Man Alive – Maroon 5.

Oh yes, Apple Inc. 12 Days of Gifts beats a partridge in a pear tree. Considering all things Apple, let’s immerse in a tune that is sure to develop a signifying and updated version of the age-old tune. Ready? On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me:

  • Apple Inc. 12 Days of Gifts Beats a Partridge in a Pear Tree12 Days of Gifts app
  • 11 + ways to use iSight
  • 10 company acquisitions
  • 9.7 inches of iPad Air
  • 8 GB for the iPhone 4S
  • 7 available mobile devices
  • 6 rumors for the future iPhone
  • 5 iPhone sensors (iPhone 5S)
  • 4 iPad models
  • 3 financing options
  • 2 new iPhones
  • And free content just for me

Obviously, sticking to a days job would be recommended when lyrical mastering is not accomplished. Apple Inc. is having a huge year – they have acquired 10 companies during 2013, that is more than any other previous year. From Locationary to AlgoTrim and their latest acquistion of Topsy, it appears Apple is looking to stun and keep consumers tuned in as 2013 closes and 2014 merges onto the horizon.

The tech giant is looking to merge technology in new ways with their dedicated consumer base. Apple Inc. recently rolled out iBeacon, a new way to track the shopping habits of customers. As owners of mobile devices walk by a store, the phone can alert when an upgrade is ready. Step into the store with this Bluetooth technology that assists consumers in locating items they are interested in, to avoid mass confusion or waiting in a long long to chat with an Apple agent. In addition, the technology can activate payments prior to hitting the register, many are calling this technology an NFC major competitor.

From acquisitions, positioning systems and iPhone 6 rumors – the Apple Inc. mill has been an incredibly busy one in 2013. The company saw mass success with the iPhone 5S (the iPhone 5C not so much). They also marked the innovative path of the new Mac Pro, updated MacBook Pro with faster graphics and extended battery life. In addition, the latest generation of the iWork and iLife apps are available. Amazing news from a company that is looking to extend a foothold above Samsung.

For now, consumers holding an iPhone and iPad can enjoy the amazing feature available today for download; the Apple Inc. 12 Days of Gifts app. The free apps will be on-going from December 26 through January 6. Not exactly eight maids a-milking, two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree, but it’s expected the apps are a better choice for the Apple fan.


Angelina Bouc

9to5 Mac
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3 Responses to "Apple Inc. 12 Days of Gifts Beats a Partridge in a Pear Tree"

  1. Eli   December 10, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    Did Microsoft rip-off the title from another source?

    Playing favorites, well, that’s just not a very fun game.

  2. 12DaysOf   December 10, 2013 at 9:13 am

    Azzras, Isn’t it “12 Days of Deals”, from Microsoft? Additionally, Apple already has done the 12 Days of Gifts last year. I don’t think “12 Days of …” marketing campaigns aren’t exactly earth shatteringly new and inventive.

  3. Azzras   December 10, 2013 at 6:09 am

    Wow, way to rip off Microsoft’s promotion Apple…even ripped off the name…just wow….


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