6at4 Business Report: Half off pizza!; Apple updates products
June 11, 2012 (WPVI) -- Get a pizza for half off; Apple updates its Mac Book and iOS products; Alaska Airlines arrives in Philadelphia.
Apple Updating The MacBook
Apple is updating its Mac Book line of computers adding faster chips and sharper displays. The new Mac Book Pro will have a display, just like the iPhone and iPad. The notebook is also getting thinner and lighter. an entry level Mac Book Pro will cost just under $1,200 with 7 hours of battery life. Apple also introduced new iPhone software which includes added features to the Siri service. The announcement comes just months before Microsoft unveils its own tablet software and introduces mobile phones.
50% off Domino's Pizza online
How about half price pizza this week? Domino's says they reached $1 billion in digital sales so as a thank you, starting today and through Sunday, June 17 you can get 50% off your pizza if you order online or if you order through an iPhone or Android app.
Alaska Airlines service begins at Philadelpha
Alaska Airlines began service today to Philadelphia International Airport. The inaugural flight from Seattle was due in to Philadelphia International by 5:30 p.m. Alaska Airlines will offer a daily non-stop flight to Seattle, where passengers can access other west coast cities and 4 Hawaiian islands.
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