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Review: Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i wireless game controller for iPhone and iPad

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The Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i is the most affordable iPhone- and iPad-compatible wireless game controller on the market, and that alone will make it the ideal choice for many mobile gamers, even though its design has a few glaring issues.


The Bluetooth-enabled Mad Catz controller is compatible with any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 8 or later. Mad Catz provided AppleInsider with a blue Micro C.T.R.L.i controller for the purposes of this review, though it’s also available in red, white and orange.

With a $50 retail price, and some models selling for as little as $40, the C.T.R.L.i is the cheapest iOS-compatible gaming controller we’ve tested to date. But the controller cuts one big corner to achieve this low price: It lacks an integrated rechargeable battery, and instead requires users to bring their own AAA batteries to power it.

Design

Though it has a relatively low price point, the Mad Catz micro controller is well made. It’s not nearly as small as the diminutive SteelSeries Stratus we previously reviewed, but in our view, that’s a good thing — the Stratus sacrificed too much comfort for its size.

In addition to being an incredibly annoying product name to type out multiple times, the Micro C.T.R.L.i is also 20 percent smaller than the full-size variant also made by Mad Catz. The full-size version is also priced at around $50.

Mad Catz’s micro controller has what you’d expect in a modern gaming accessory, and as a certified Made for iPhone product, it complies with Apple’s design standards. That means it includes two thumbsticks, a D-pad, four face buttons (A, B, X and Y), two triggers, and two shoulder buttons. As in other iOS gaming controllers, the thumbsticks do not click as they do on modern game consoles like the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or Wii U.

A welcome inclusion with the C.T.R.L.i is a mounting clip designed to hold an iPhone of any size, including the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. While this is a crucial element for iPhone gaming, we found the design of this clip falls short of the integrated clip found on the slightly larger Moga Rebel, which we reviewed last fall.

Rather than building the clip into the controller itself, it’s a completely separate piece with multiple moving parts that are more liable to break over time. The design of the Mad Catz iPhone holder leaves much to be desired.

To be clear: When holding the iPhone and attached to the controller, the clip works great. It feels secure, both in its attachment to the controller and in its grip on the phone.

Our problem with the clip comes from the fact that it must be removed for travel, or perhaps when being used with an iPad. The clip can fasten to the back of the Mad Catz controller, which is nice, but making it removable means it’s more likely to break or be lost.

We’re glad the clip is included, because it makes this controller a viable iPhone gamepad, and not just an iPad accessory. But the superior, integrated mount on the Moga Rebel wins out in this comparison.

Without an integrated rechargeable battery, the controller itself feels light, though the construction is sturdy. The hard plastic exterior has virtually no give when squeezed and seems as though it could stand up to years of use.

The thumbsticks and buttons feel great, with fantastic responsiveness and resistance. The triggers also feel just right, with a good level of spring to them, especially considering the controller’s slightly smaller form factor.

The D-pad is largely forgettable, but we had no serious issues with the feel of it. Anyone used to an Xbox 360 controller will feel at home with the design and layout of this gamepad.

But most importantly, the Mad Catz micro controller does not seem to sacrifice much for its so-called “micro” size. In being not as small as the SteelSeries Stratus, it’s also infinitely more comfortable and capable. Unless you have absolutely gargantuan hands, we think most gamers will have no problem with the portable form factor.

Usage

As we’ve said in every controller review to date, the improvement to gameplay from a physical input device is monumental. Blockbuster titles like BioShock and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas are completely different experiences with a controller in hand.

Complex, modern, console-style game titles just weren’t designed to be played on touchscreens, and anyone who wants to play those types of games on their iPhones or iPads regularly will likely buy a controller.

For those who choose Mad Catz, we’re happy to say that we had no real issues with connectivity or lag. Setup with iPhone and iPad was as simple as could be expected, and connections stayed solid while we gamed.

Mad Catz says the C.T.R.L.i offers about 30 hours of constant gameplay on two AAA batteries. While we didn’t have a chance to thoroughly test the accuracy of these claims, they seem plausible enough given our testing and the battery capabilities of modern Bluetooth chips.

The biggest problem with the Mad Catz controller, and all iOS gaming controllers, falls not on the hardware manufacturers, but Apple. Here we are, halfway through 2015, and Apple still has not offered an easy way to discover games that support controllers on the App Store.

Mad Catz offers its own iOS app, also named C.T.R.L.i, in an effort to address this issue. It includes a “GameSmart” menu, which essentially just loads the manufacturer’s website and presents a list of games that are controller-compatible.

A simple look at the reviews for the C.T.R.L.i app only highlights how confusing Apple’s iOS controller support is for the average consumer: People complain that their favorite titles are not supported, operating under the assumption that this burden falls on the accessory makers, rather than the game makers. Apple could make everyone’s lives easier by simply adding a new category on the App Store exclusively for games with physical controller support, but for whatever reason the company refuses to do so.

The Mad Catz C.T.R.L.i app can also be used to check the battery status of the GamePad, and also see what firmware version it is running. It also includes a diagnostic menu that allows users to check that all of the inputs on the accessory are operating properly.

The competition

In a market where iOS-compatible controllers still cost more than superior controllers for consoles like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the main selling point of the Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i, for us, is its $50 (and lower) price point.

This is not to say that the Micro C.T.R.L.i is a bargain at $50, or even $40. Mad Catz achieved this price by not including an integrated battery, instead opting to utilize AAA batteries.

Some gamers may not mind this, and might actually prefer replaceable batteries. But even Apple’s products that rely on replaceable batteries — like the Magic Mouse or wireless keyboard — use AA batteries, not AAA.

The best competition for the Mad Catz micro controller is the Moga Rebel. It’s quite a bit bigger, and it retails for $30 more. But it also includes an integrated battery, and a built-in iPhone holder that won’t be lost or broken.

Gamers will have to decide of the better iPhone holder and rechargeable battery are worth the $30 extra. They’ll also need to consider whether they prefer the smaller form factor of the Mad Catz micro option.

There’s also the full-size Mad Catz C.T.R.L.i, which is 20 percent bigger than the micro version. We haven’t tested that one, but it also costs $50 and relies on replaceable batteries.

Outside of Mad Catz and Moga, there aren’t any iPhone-compatible gaming controllers we can honestly recommend. SteelSeries does offer the $70 Stratus XL, but it lacks a way to hold an iPhone while gaming, making it better suited for using with an iPad and stand.

The Moga Ace Power was a unique first attempt using a Lightning connector, but it only fits the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s and had a number of shortcomings. The Logitech PowerShell is another clamshell design that only fits the iPhone 5 and 5s series, and it also lacks dual joysticks and only offers a D-pad.

Conclusion

If you don’t mind the reliance on AAA batteries and the removable clip, we have no problem recommending the Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i. It’s a well-made, comfortable controller that will make a great addition to any iPhone or iPad.

We do have to ding it for the lack of a rechargeable battery, and the fact that Mad Catz didn’t instead opt for AA batteries, like Apple’s own accessories use. And while the removable clip does snap securely into place, it does take some forceful tugging to take off, which could lead to accidental breakage. And without the clip, the Micro C.T.R.L.i will become a much less useful iPhone accessory.

Still, the Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i is the most affordable mass-market iOS-compatible controller available today, and it accomplishes that without feeling cheap. It’s not perfect, but it’s good enough to earn our recommendation.

Score: 3.5 out of 5

Pros

  • Well built and comfortable with responsive buttons
  • Clip accessory can securely hold an iPhone in place while gaming
  • Works with both iPhone and iPad via Bluetooth, virtually ensuring compatibility with future models
  • At $50 and under, it’s the most affordable option for iOS gamers

Cons

  • The removable iPhone mounting clip feels like it could be lost or eventually broken
  • No rechargeable internal battery, and it uses AAAs instead of AAs
  • Apple still hasn’t improved discovery of controller-supported games on the App Store

Where to buy

The Mad Catz Micro C.T.R.L.i gamepad is available from Amazon in four colors. Prices range from $39.99 to $49.99 and they ship free with Prime. The controller can also be purchased directly from Mad Catz for full price of $49.99.

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Deals: $600 off 15" MacBook Pro; $480 off 128GB iPad Air LTE, $245-$360 off all new 15" MacBook Pros w/ AppleCare; more

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For the next 72 hours, readers can grab Apple’s high-end 15″ MacBook Pro (mid-2014) for $1,899 ($600 off), unlocked 128GB iPad Air WiFi+ LTE models for $449 ($480 off), $245-$360 discounts on all mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare, a completely maxed out 11″ MacBook Air with AppleCare free accessories for $1,089.

Apple’s Mid-2014 15″ MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 16GB, 512GB, 750M) for $1,899

Apple Authorized reseller BH Photo for the next 72 hours only is slashing the price of Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 16GB, 512GB, 750M) model MGXC2LL/A to $1,899.00 (or $2,143.00 with AppleCare) with free expedited shipping and no sales tax collected on orders shipped outside NY. That’s $600 off MSRP and the lowest price anywhere for this model by $100, according to our Price Guides. This is the same model that we recently featured at $1,799.99, however that deal required a $200 mail-in-rebate, making this offer from BH the lowest outright price we’ve seen for this model and will likely ever see.

$245-$360 off all mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare

For readers only interested in the most recent mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros, AI has teamed up with Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama to provide the lowest prices anywhere on all 14 different configurations bundled with AppleCare when shoppers combine promo code APINSIDER and this $50 Rebate. To take advantage of this offers and receive the following prices, please follow the step-by-step instructions below. Similar coupons that deliver the lowest prices anywhere on all 13″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare can be seen in our Macs with AppleCare Price Guide). For readers who would rather just purchase one of Apple’s new MacBook Pros without AppleCare, Apple Authorized Reseller MacMall is currently offering the lowest prices with a separate promo code. See our regular Mac Price Guide.

Mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare
2.2GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 256GB) $2,348.00 for $2,013.00 % $335.00 savings
2.2GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB) $2,648.00 for $2,403.00 % $245.00 savings
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2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 256GB) $2,448.00 for $2,203.00 % $245.00 savings
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2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB, M370X) $3,348.00 $3,053.00 % $295.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 256GB) $2,648.00 for $2,403.00 % $245.00 savings
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2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB, M370X) $3,048.00 for $2,793.00 % $245.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB) $3,448.00 for $3,153.00 % $245.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB, M370X) $3,548.00 for $3,303.00 % $245.00 savings
% Price after combining promo code APINSIDER and this $50 Rebate

Step by Step Instructions for this Deal

    1)Make sure you’re using a browser with cookies enabled that isn’t in private mode.
    2) If you haven’t already, take a few moments to join Adorama’s free VIP customer program. (It’s painless, offers perks, is required for special promos like these.)
    3) Now make sure you’re logged into your Adorama VIP account.
    4) Once logged in, add one of the 15″ MacBook Pro + AppleCare bundles to your cart using the pricing links above (or those in the Macs with AppleCare Price Guide) — you must use these links!
    5) When you add the bundle to your cart, the price of the bundle will be roughly $130 higher than advertised. We will fix that momentarily.
    6) During checkout, apply promo code APINSIDER in the Promo Code field right after your shipping info (where it says “Do you have a gift card or promo code?”)
    7) After you apply the promo code, the total price should fall by $80.
    8) At this point the price in your cart should be roughly $50 higher than the advertised price in our price guides. At this point, complete the checkout process.
    9) Once you have completed your purchase, wait for your item to ship. When it ships, use the invoice number provided to complete this $50 AppleCare rebate for the final $50 in savings.
    10) If you live outside NY NJ, this will be your final charge price for this order, as Adorama will not collect sales tax on your order.
    As always, if you have any issues, you can reach out to us at priceguides@gmail.com and we’ll try and help.

Rebate FAQs

The $50 Rebate is issued as a pre-paid $50 American Express car that can be used to make purchases anywhere a credit card can be used. It cannot be used at an ATM to redeem cash. The average lead time from when you submit your rebate application to when you’ll receive your card is approximately 6 weeks. The card comes with a $50 value and you should attempt to use it in full before the end of the 4th month. After that, a maintenance fee of $2/month will automatically begin to reduce the value of your card. Best advice: use it as soon as you receive it on groceries, staples and other routine/common purchases.

Apple’s 2015 15″ MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 16GB, 512GB, M370X) for $2,327.49 ($225 off)

Apple Authorized Reseller Amazon has Apple’s mid-2015 2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB, M370X) model MJLT2LL/A marked down $225 to $2,274.00. That’s $100 cheaper than the next lowest price, according to our Price Guide. It’s also the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this fairly new MacBook Pro. This price is not expected to last very long at all.

Apple’s Unlocked 128GB iPad Air Wi-Fi + 4G LTE for $449

Apple authorized reseller and AppleInsider sponsor BH Photo is running a limited time deal blast on its remaining Apple 128GB iPad Airs with Wi-Fi + 4G LTE, slashing the price of each to $449 with free shipping and no sales tax collected if the order is shipped outside NY. That’s $480 off their original retail price, $280 off their recently reduced retail price, and the lowest current price anywhere for these models by over $105, according to our iPad Price Guide. This is a limited time offer that may expire at any time or when supplies run out. This offer is valid on both the Silver and Space Grey models.

Apple 128GB iPad Air 4G LTE (Sprint/Silver) for $449
Apple 128GB iPad Air 4G LTE (Sprint/Space Grey) for $449

These two Sprint models were first introduced a year and a half ago and come unlocked with support for 14 LTE bands and various flavors of GSM and CDMA, meaning it can be used on a wide range of wireless networks in the U.S. and around the world. In fact, this iPad (model MF026LL/A) was originally designated for Sprint’s LTE network, but can now also be used on networks operated by ATT, Verizon and T-Mobile with an activated nano-SIM card. It’s seen by some as the ‘one to buy‘ for those users who constantly switch networks or have yet to decide on a carrier.

iPad Air 2 Discounts

For those readers demanding the latest greatest in the iPad Air 2, BH this week also continues to offer a number of instant $30-50 discounts on the iPad Air 2 lineup.

Apple’s 11″ MacBook Air (1.70GHz/8GB/512GB) for $1,089 with Free AppleCare Accessories

7 Days Left; Expires July 10th: This limited time deal from AI and Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama offers Apple’s mid-2014 11″ MacBook Air (1.70GHz/8GB/512GB) model MF067LL/A with AppleCare for $1,089.00 with free shipping and no sales tax collected outside NY NJ. That’s $809 off the original MSRP for the MacBook with AppleCare, $359 off their current MSRP, and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this bundle. To take advantage of this offer, follow the detailed steps below or use the links in this article (or our Price Guides) and apply promo code APINSIDER during checkout and then complete this $50 Rebate (issued in the form of a Amex pre-paid card) after your order ships.

Plus 2 Free or Deeply Discounted Accessories

What’s more, you’ll also get to select two free accessories like a Microsoft Sculpt Bluetooth Comfort Mouse, LG Super Drive, and USB hub (or you can chose from heavily discounted accessories like a $39 WD My Passport Ultra 1TB Portable HDD). The price of the MacBook Air and its free discounted items are subject to change at any time. Always check our Price Guides for the latest prices. You must first register login to an Adorama VIP account before taking advantage of this offer. Full details and step-by-step instructions for securing these deals can be seen below.

About this MacBook Air

This MacBook Air was introduced just over a year ago at the suggested retail price of $1,649.00. It’s nearly identical to the 2015 model introduced a few months ago with an upgraded 2.2GHz processor and the same $1,649 sticker price.

Step by Step Instructions for these Deals

To purchase the MacBook Air with AppleCare for a final cost of $1,089.00

    1)Make sure you’re using a browser with cookies enabled that isn’t in private mode.
    2) If you haven’t already, take a few moments to register and login to Adorama’s free VIP customer program. (It’s painless, offers perks, is required for special promos like these.)
    3) Once logged in, use this link to access the MacBook Air + AppleCare bundle on Adorama’s website.
    4) The price will show $1,173.99.
    5) Look below the price for a section that says “Select up-to 2 FREE Accessories!” Click the button that says “GET IT NOW”
    6) Now add your choice of two accessories to the bundle with the blue “ADD TO BUNDLE” buttons.
    7) After you have successfully added your accessories to the bundle, click the green “ADD BUNDLE TO CART” button.
    8) When you’re done shopping, simply begin the checkout process.
    9) During checkout, apply promo code for APINSIDER in the Promo Code field right after your shipping info (where it says “Do you have a gift card or promo code?”)
    10) This should drop the price down to $1,139.00
    11) If you live outside NY NJ, your final initial cost should be $1,139.00 before the rebate.
    12) Once your order is submitted, you must wait for it to ship. When it ships, you’ll receive an email with an Invoice Number (it will also be on a printed invoice in the box)
    13) Use that Invoice Number to complete this $50 AppleCare Rebate to drop your cost down another $50 to the advertised $1,089.00 price.
    14) That’s it. As always, if you have any issues, you can reach out to us at priceguides@gmail.com and we’ll try and help.

Please Note: the prices advertised in this deal are valid as of July 1st at press time, but are subject to change at any time, as are the free items included with the deal. For the latest prices, always make sure to double check our Price Guides.

Rebate FAQs

The $50 Rebate is issued as a pre-paid $50 American Express car that can be used to make purchases anywhere a credit card can be used. It cannot be used at an ATM to redeem cash. The average lead time from when you submit your rebate application to when you’ll receive your card is approximately 6 weeks. The card comes with a $50 value and you should attempt to use it in full before the end of the 4th month. After that, a maintenance fee of $2/month will automatically begin to reduce the value of your card. Best advice: use it as soon as you receive it on groceries, staples and other routine/common purchases.

Lowest Prices on 2015 MacBook Airs with AppleCare

For readers who prefer the latest and greatest, this exclusive promotion from Adorama and AI offers savings of up to $219 on Apple’s new 2015 MacBook Airs with 2 additional years of AppleCare protection. These discounts yield the absolutely lowest prices anywhere for these Macs paired with AppleCare. What’s more, Adorama will only collect sales tax on online orders if they’re shipped to NY or NJ. For residents of all other states, the prices you see below will be your final net price after coupons and rebates. Free shipping is also included with all orders.

Step by step instructions on how to make sure you get the advertised price are included below. But the way the deal works is pretty simple. First, we teamed with Adorama to create special product bundles for each of the new MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros with AppleCare included. These bundles include instant discounts of $89 or more up front. Links to these bundles are available in our Mac+AppleCare Price Guide, as well as below. After you add one of these discounted bundles to your cart, you can then use promo code APINSIDER during checkout to knock another $60 off (for a total discount of $149+ so far). Once you complete your purchase, you can then complete this $50 AppleCare rebate to save another $50, for a total minimum savings of $199 or more.

For customers who do not want AppleCare, the same APINSIDER promo code will knock $30 off Adorama’s already reduced pricing and throw in a free LG portable Super Drive on the MacBooks themselves. To access these standalone MacBook links and apply the coupon, please see the Adorama listings inside our regular Mac Price Guide.

11″ MacBook Airs (2015) priced with 3 Years of AppleCare
11″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,248.00 $1,049.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,448.00 $1,249.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (1.60GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,648.00 $1,449.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,748.00 $1,549.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/128GB) $1,298.00 $1,099.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/256GB) $1,498.00 $1,299.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,798.00 $1,599.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,398.00 $1,199.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,598.00 $1,399.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,898.00 $1,699.00 % ( $199.00 off )

13″ MacBook Airs (2015) priced with 3 Years of AppleCare

13″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,348.00 $1,149.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,548.00 $1,349.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (1.60GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,748.00 $1,549.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,848.00 $1,649.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/128GB) $1,398.00 $1,199.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/256GB) $1,598.00 $1,399.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,898.00 $1,699.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,498.00 $1,299.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,698.00 $1,478.99 % ( $219.01 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,998.00 $1,799.00 % ( $199.00 off )

Step by Step Instructions for this Deal

    1)Make sure you’re using a browser with cookies enabled that isn’t in private mode.
    2) If you haven’t already, take a few moments to join Adorama’s free VIP customer program. (It’s painless, offers perks, is required for special promos like these.)
    3) Now make sure you’re logged into your Adorama VIP account.
    4) Once you’re logged in, choose your desired MacBook Air from the list above (or via our Mac+AppleCare Price Guide) and click the associated pricing link.
    5) Now add the MacBook Air + AppleCare bundle to your cart by clicking the green “ADD TO CART” button.
    6) You can now keep shopping or begin the checkout process.
    7) During checkout, apply promo code APINSIDER in the Promo Code field right after your shipping info (where it says “Do you have a gift card or promo code?”)
    8) Once you submit your order, complete this rebate form to claim the final $50 in savings.
    As always, if you have any issues, you can reach out to us at priceguides@gmail.com and we’ll try and help.

Dell 27″ Ultra HD 4K LED IPS Monitor (P2715Q) for $499.99

This unbeatable, exclusive deal for AppleInsider readers is back for an extremely limited time: Adorama offers Dell’s 27″ Ultra HD 4K LED IPS Monitor model P2715Q with USB3.0, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, Speaker-Line Out for $559.99. However, readers who can use click this link (also in our Price Guides) and apply Promo Code APINSIDER during checkout (right before you supply payment info) can knock the price down to an industry-low, and unbeatable $499.99 with Free Shipping and no sales tax outside of NY NJ.

Additional Apple Deals

These are just a handful of several ongoing exclusive offers from AppleInsider and Apple’s top authorized resellers, many others of which can be seen on deals.appleinsider.com. For the lowest prices on the rest of Apple’s Mac and iPad lineup, check out our Price Guides at prices.appleinsider.com.

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This week on AppleInsider: Apple Music, Beats 1, new iPods, car plans & more

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The week’s news was dominated by the launch of Apple Music and Beats 1 on Tuesday, but other developments percolated under the surface — including Apple losing its last appeal of a long-fought e-book antitrust case.

Apple Music, Beats 1 go live with iOS and iTunes updates

Through the release of iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2, Apple officially debuted Apple Music — its on-demand streaming service — and Beats 1, a 24-hour Internet radio station hosted by live DJs, including celebrity guest hosts like St. Vincent and Elton John. The company also replaced iTunes Radio with Apple Music Radio, a similarly free service but with a different set of stations, many of them curated by Apple staff.

The launch was not without controversy however, as people discovered that iOS 8.4 blocks Home Sharing of music, and that a new iCloud Music Library feature can potentially ruin iTunes libraries.

Apple loses final appeal of e-book antitrust case

On the same day that Apple Music launched, the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s ruling that Apple conspired with publishers in 2010 to artificially raise the cost of e-books. Through setting up an agency model and “most favored nation” contract clauses, the businesses allegedly hoped to undermine Amazon while driving more traffic to the newly-founded iBookstore.

As a result, Apple is expected to pay out a previously agreed-upon $450 million settlement. Of that, $400 million will be refunded to e-book shoppers, with the remaining $50 million covering the case’s legal fees.

Auto project growing to consume more Apple manpower

A report hinted that Apple’s automotive project — codenamed Project Titan — is beginning to pull in a growing number of workers, to the point that other departments are complaining about lost talent. The nature of the project is still unclear, but other rumors have hinted at things from a new operating system to an electric, possibly self-driving car.

Key points of evidence have in fact pointed to a full-fledged car, given secret garage facilities and a poaching lawsuit by battery technology firm A123. Apple has also tried to recruit a number of people from electric car maker Tesla.

Leaks hint at iPhone 6s, iPhone 6c designs

A series of reports suggsted that the upcoming iPhone 6s will remain similar to the iPhone 6 on the exterior, but get a new internal design with various upgrades, such as better NFC and LTE chips. The latter could theoretically double top speeds with supporting carriers.

Apple may also be working on a 4-inch “iPhone 6c,” a low-cost alternative to the 6s. Unlike the plastic iPhone 5c, though, the 6c might use a metal casing, keeping it in line with other Apple products.

iTunes 12.2 hints at refreshed iPod lineup

Buried in the iTunes 12.2 update were graphics showing the iPod touch, nano, and shuffle in new colors including gold, deep blue, and hot pink. Designs otherwise appeared unchanged.

The content may nevertheless support the view that Apple is planning to finally revamp its iPod lineup. Apple has not made any significant hardware changes since 2012, leaving even the iPod touch woefully out of date. The graphics could hint at a July 14 launch.

AppleInsider podcast

This week’s podcast saw AppleInsider editors discuss topics like Apple Music, Beats 1, the iPhone’s eighth anniversary, and listener-submitted questions.

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Dr. Dre to debut radio show ‘The Pharmacy’ as Apple Music exclusive on July 4th

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Rap mogul Dr. Dre on Friday announced a Fourth of July debut of a bi-weekly radio show called “The Pharmacy,” which will launch on Saturday as an Apple Music exclusive focusing on West Coast jams.

According to an Associated Press report, Dre’s new hour-long show will start streaming tomorrow at 6 p.m. Eastern. It is not currently clear whether The Pharmacy will be a Beats 1 radio segment or a standalone station available through Apple Music, though recent developments to Apple’s music strategy suggest a Beats 1 debut.

Dr. Dre, whose real name is Andre Young, joined Apple after his company Beats was acquired launched Tuesday.

Digital live radio, specifically the 24/7 Beats 1 station, is being touted by Apple as a tentpole feature that sets Apple Music apart from rival streaming services. Helmed by DJ Zane Lowe, Beats 1 has already announced a number of upcoming shows hosted by celebrities, including Elton John and St. Vincent.

This will be the second exclusive from Dre, who earlier this week released his seminal album “The Chronic” for streaming on Apple Music.

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Apple Music scores another exclusive with Eminem’s ‘Phenomenal’ music video

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Eminem dropped an epic music video-cum-short film for his latest single “Phenomenal” on Friday as an Apple Music exclusive fraught with product placement courtesy of Apple Watch and iPhone.

Coming in at over seven minutes, chock-full of martial arts derring-do, special effects and cameos from Dr. Dre, actor Randall Park and a chow mein-eating John Malkovich, Eminem’s “Phenomenal” is more action-packed movie than music video. We even see Em beat down two henchmen with a prodigious fish.

Along with today’s fresh catch, Apple product placements are scattered throughout the film. One of the first shots shows Em glancing at his Space Black Apple Watch, a device that pops up again later on the wrist of Dr. Dre. The iPhone 6 also gets some love in a humorous chase scene with Park.

It’s not uncommon to see branded tech in music videos — Beats products are almost mandatory at this point — but with such prominent placement, and Apple Music exclusivity, it feels like Shady and Apple struck a sweet deal.

The video’s release comes days after Eminem participated in an inaugural Beats 1 interview with DJ Zane Lowe, which itself represented the thawing of a cold war with Apple. Eminem and company filed suit against Apple in 2004 after his song “Lose Yourself” was used in an iPod ad without permission. A second lawsuit dealing with distribution rights was lodged in 2007 and later settled out of court.

Em’s recent Apple collaborations are likely thanks to a long-standing relationship with mentor Dr. Dre, founder and CEO of Shady’s label Aftermath Entertainment. Dre and legendary record producer Jimmy Iovine’s company Beats was purchased by Apple for $3 billion in August 2014.

“Phenomenal” is the lead single off the Shady Records-produced soundtrack for Antoine Fuqua’s upcoming film Southpaw. Em was initially tapped to play the film’s lead Billy Hope, a boxer striking out on a hard-won comeback, but chose to focus on his music instead. Fuqua ultimately signed Jake Gyllenhaal for the role, with Eminem brought on to executive produce the accompanying album.

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Deals: $600 off 15" MacBook Pro; $480 off 128GB iPad Air LTE, $245-$360 off all new 15" MacBook Pros w/ AppleCare; Gold 12" MacBook for $1,208

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For the next 72 hours, readers can grab Apple’s high-end 15″ MacBook Pro (mid-2014) for $1,899 ($600 off), unlocked 128GB iPad Air WiFi+ LTE models for $449 ($480 off), $245-$360 discounts on all mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare, a completely maxed out 11″ MacBook Air with AppleCare free accessories for $1,089.

Apple’s Mid-2014 15″ MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 16GB, 512GB, 750M) for $1,899

Apple Authorized reseller BH Photo for the next 72 hours only is slashing the price of Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 16GB, 512GB, 750M) model MGXC2LL/A to $1,899.00 (or $2,143.00 with AppleCare) with free expedited shipping and no sales tax collected on orders shipped outside NY. That’s $600 off MSRP and the lowest price anywhere for this model by $100, according to our Price Guides. This is the same model that we recently featured at $1,799.99, however that deal required a $200 mail-in-rebate, making this offer from BH the lowest outright price we’ve seen for this model and will likely ever see.

$245-$360 off all mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare

For readers only interested in the most recent mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros, AI has teamed up with Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama to provide the lowest prices anywhere on all 14 different configurations bundled with AppleCare when shoppers combine promo code APINSIDER and this $50 Rebate. To take advantage of this offers and receive the following prices, please follow the step-by-step instructions below. Similar coupons that deliver the lowest prices anywhere on all 13″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare can be seen in our Macs with AppleCare Price Guide). For readers who would rather just purchase one of Apple’s new MacBook Pros without AppleCare, Apple Authorized Reseller MacMall is currently offering the lowest prices with a separate promo code. See our regular Mac Price Guide.

Mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pros with AppleCare
2.2GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 256GB) $2,348.00 for $2,013.00 % $335.00 savings
2.2GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB) $2,648.00 for $2,403.00 % $245.00 savings
2.2GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB) $3,148.00 for $2,903.00 % $245.00 savings
2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 256GB) $2,448.00 for $2,203.00 % $245.00 savings
2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB) $2,748.00 for $2,453.00 % $295.00 savings
2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB) $3,248.00 for $3,003.00 % $245.00 savings
2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB, M370X) $2,848.00 for $2,488.00 % $360.00 savings
2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB, M370X) $3,348.00 $3,053.00 % $295.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 256GB) $2,648.00 for $2,403.00 % $245.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB) $2,948.00 for $2,612.00 % $336.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 512GB, M370X) $3,048.00 for $2,793.00 % $245.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB) $3,448.00 for $3,153.00 % $245.00 savings
2.8GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (16GB, 1TB, M370X) $3,548.00 for $3,303.00 % $245.00 savings
% Price after combining promo code APINSIDER and this $50 Rebate

Step by Step Instructions for this Deal

    1)Make sure you’re using a browser with cookies enabled that isn’t in private mode.
    2) If you haven’t already, take a few moments to join Adorama’s free VIP customer program. (It’s painless, offers perks, is required for special promos like these.)
    3) Now make sure you’re logged into your Adorama VIP account.
    4) Once logged in, add one of the 15″ MacBook Pro + AppleCare bundles to your cart using the pricing links above (or those in the Macs with AppleCare Price Guide) — you must use these links!
    5) When you add the bundle to your cart, the price of the bundle will be roughly $130 higher than advertised. We will fix that momentarily.
    6) During checkout, apply promo code APINSIDER in the Promo Code field right after your shipping info (where it says “Do you have a gift card or promo code?”)
    7) After you apply the promo code, the total price should fall by $80.
    8) At this point the price in your cart should be roughly $50 higher than the advertised price in our price guides. At this point, complete the checkout process.
    9) Once you have completed your purchase, wait for your item to ship. When it ships, use the invoice number provided to complete this $50 AppleCare rebate for the final $50 in savings.
    10) If you live outside NY NJ, this will be your final charge price for this order, as Adorama will not collect sales tax on your order.
    As always, if you have any issues, you can reach out to us at priceguides@gmail.com and we’ll try and help.

Rebate FAQs

The $50 Rebate is issued as a pre-paid $50 American Express car that can be used to make purchases anywhere a credit card can be used. It cannot be used at an ATM to redeem cash. The average lead time from when you submit your rebate application to when you’ll receive your card is approximately 6 weeks. The card comes with a $50 value and you should attempt to use it in full before the end of the 4th month. After that, a maintenance fee of $2/month will automatically begin to reduce the value of your card. Best advice: use it as soon as you receive it on groceries, staples and other routine/common purchases.

Gold 12″ MacBook for $1,208 ($91 off)

Today only, Amazon is listing Apple’s new Gold 12″ MacBook (1.1GHz, 8GB, 256GB) model MK4M2LL/A for $1,208, which is $91 off MSRP and the lowest price anywhere for this model and any 12″ MacBook, period, by $70, according to our Price Guides. This price appears to be a mistake that likely won’t last long, as supply of this model remains constrained. There are 9 left as of press time.

Apple’s Unlocked 128GB iPad Air Wi-Fi + 4G LTE for $449

Apple authorized reseller and AppleInsider sponsor BH Photo is running a limited time deal blast on its remaining Apple 128GB iPad Airs with Wi-Fi + 4G LTE, slashing the price of each to $449 with free shipping and no sales tax collected if the order is shipped outside NY. That’s $480 off their original retail price, $280 off their recently reduced retail price, and the lowest current price anywhere for these models by over $105, according to our iPad Price Guide. This is a limited time offer that may expire at any time or when supplies run out. This offer is valid on both the Silver and Space Grey models.

Apple 128GB iPad Air 4G LTE (Sprint/Silver) for $449
Apple 128GB iPad Air 4G LTE (Sprint/Space Grey) for $449

These two Sprint models were first introduced a year and a half ago and come unlocked with support for 14 LTE bands and various flavors of GSM and CDMA, meaning it can be used on a wide range of wireless networks in the U.S. and around the world. In fact, this iPad (model MF026LL/A) was originally designated for Sprint’s LTE network, but can now also be used on networks operated by ATT, Verizon and T-Mobile with an activated nano-SIM card. It’s seen by some as the ‘one to buy‘ for those users who constantly switch networks or have yet to decide on a carrier.

iPad Air 2 Discounts

For those readers demanding the latest greatest in the iPad Air 2, BH this week also continues to offer a number of instant $30-50 discounts on the iPad Air 2 lineup.

Apple’s 11″ MacBook Air (1.70GHz/8GB/512GB) for $1,089 with Free AppleCare Accessories

7 Days Left; Expires July 10th: This limited time deal from AI and Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama offers Apple’s mid-2014 11″ MacBook Air (1.70GHz/8GB/512GB) model MF067LL/A with AppleCare for $1,089.00 with free shipping and no sales tax collected outside NY NJ. That’s $809 off the original MSRP for the MacBook with AppleCare, $359 off their current MSRP, and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this bundle. To take advantage of this offer, follow the detailed steps below or use the links in this article (or our Price Guides) and apply promo code APINSIDER during checkout and then complete this $50 Rebate (issued in the form of a Amex pre-paid card) after your order ships.

Plus 2 Free or Deeply Discounted Accessories

What’s more, you’ll also get to select two free accessories like a Microsoft Sculpt Bluetooth Comfort Mouse, LG Super Drive, and USB hub (or you can chose from heavily discounted accessories like a $39 WD My Passport Ultra 1TB Portable HDD). The price of the MacBook Air and its free discounted items are subject to change at any time. Always check our Price Guides for the latest prices. You must first register login to an Adorama VIP account before taking advantage of this offer. Full details and step-by-step instructions for securing these deals can be seen below.

About this MacBook Air

This MacBook Air was introduced just over a year ago at the suggested retail price of $1,649.00. It’s nearly identical to the 2015 model introduced a few months ago with an upgraded 2.2GHz processor and the same $1,649 sticker price.

Step by Step Instructions for these Deals

To purchase the MacBook Air with AppleCare for a final cost of $1,089.00

    1)Make sure you’re using a browser with cookies enabled that isn’t in private mode.
    2) If you haven’t already, take a few moments to register and login to Adorama’s free VIP customer program. (It’s painless, offers perks, is required for special promos like these.)
    3) Once logged in, use this link to access the MacBook Air + AppleCare bundle on Adorama’s website.
    4) The price will show $1,173.99.
    5) Look below the price for a section that says “Select up-to 2 FREE Accessories!” Click the button that says “GET IT NOW”
    6) Now add your choice of two accessories to the bundle with the blue “ADD TO BUNDLE” buttons.
    7) After you have successfully added your accessories to the bundle, click the green “ADD BUNDLE TO CART” button.
    8) When you’re done shopping, simply begin the checkout process.
    9) During checkout, apply promo code for APINSIDER in the Promo Code field right after your shipping info (where it says “Do you have a gift card or promo code?”)
    10) This should drop the price down to $1,139.00
    11) If you live outside NY NJ, your final initial cost should be $1,139.00 before the rebate.
    12) Once your order is submitted, you must wait for it to ship. When it ships, you’ll receive an email with an Invoice Number (it will also be on a printed invoice in the box)
    13) Use that Invoice Number to complete this $50 AppleCare Rebate to drop your cost down another $50 to the advertised $1,089.00 price.
    14) That’s it. As always, if you have any issues, you can reach out to us at priceguides@gmail.com and we’ll try and help.

Please Note: the prices advertised in this deal are valid as of July 1st at press time, but are subject to change at any time, as are the free items included with the deal. For the latest prices, always make sure to double check our Price Guides.

Rebate FAQs

The $50 Rebate is issued as a pre-paid $50 American Express car that can be used to make purchases anywhere a credit card can be used. It cannot be used at an ATM to redeem cash. The average lead time from when you submit your rebate application to when you’ll receive your card is approximately 6 weeks. The card comes with a $50 value and you should attempt to use it in full before the end of the 4th month. After that, a maintenance fee of $2/month will automatically begin to reduce the value of your card. Best advice: use it as soon as you receive it on groceries, staples and other routine/common purchases.

Lowest Prices on 2015 MacBook Airs with AppleCare

For readers who prefer the latest and greatest, this exclusive promotion from Adorama and AI offers savings of up to $219 on Apple’s new 2015 MacBook Airs with 2 additional years of AppleCare protection. These discounts yield the absolutely lowest prices anywhere for these Macs paired with AppleCare. What’s more, Adorama will only collect sales tax on online orders if they’re shipped to NY or NJ. For residents of all other states, the prices you see below will be your final net price after coupons and rebates. Free shipping is also included with all orders.

Step by step instructions on how to make sure you get the advertised price are included below. But the way the deal works is pretty simple. First, we teamed with Adorama to create special product bundles for each of the new MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros with AppleCare included. These bundles include instant discounts of $89 or more up front. Links to these bundles are available in our Mac+AppleCare Price Guide, as well as below. After you add one of these discounted bundles to your cart, you can then use promo code APINSIDER during checkout to knock another $60 off (for a total discount of $149+ so far). Once you complete your purchase, you can then complete this $50 AppleCare rebate to save another $50, for a total minimum savings of $199 or more.

For customers who do not want AppleCare, the same APINSIDER promo code will knock $30 off Adorama’s already reduced pricing and throw in a free LG portable Super Drive on the MacBooks themselves. To access these standalone MacBook links and apply the coupon, please see the Adorama listings inside our regular Mac Price Guide.

11″ MacBook Airs (2015) priced with 3 Years of AppleCare
11″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,248.00 $1,049.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,448.00 $1,249.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (1.60GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,648.00 $1,449.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,748.00 $1,549.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/128GB) $1,298.00 $1,099.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/256GB) $1,498.00 $1,299.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,798.00 $1,599.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,398.00 $1,199.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,598.00 $1,399.00 % ( $199.00 off )
11″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,898.00 $1,699.00 % ( $199.00 off )

13″ MacBook Airs (2015) priced with 3 Years of AppleCare

13″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,348.00 $1,149.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,548.00 $1,349.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (1.60GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,748.00 $1,549.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (1.60GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,848.00 $1,649.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/128GB) $1,398.00 $1,199.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/256GB) $1,598.00 $1,399.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/4GB/512GB) $1,898.00 $1,699.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/128GB) $1,498.00 $1,299.00 % ( $199.00 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/256GB) $1,698.00 $1,478.99 % ( $219.01 off )
13″ Air (2.20GHz/8GB/512GB) $1,998.00 $1,799.00 % ( $199.00 off )

Step by Step Instructions for this Deal

    1)Make sure you’re using a browser with cookies enabled that isn’t in private mode.
    2) If you haven’t already, take a few moments to join Adorama’s free VIP customer program. (It’s painless, offers perks, is required for special promos like these.)
    3) Now make sure you’re logged into your Adorama VIP account.
    4) Once you’re logged in, choose your desired MacBook Air from the list above (or via our Mac+AppleCare Price Guide) and click the associated pricing link.
    5) Now add the MacBook Air + AppleCare bundle to your cart by clicking the green “ADD TO CART” button.
    6) You can now keep shopping or begin the checkout process.
    7) During checkout, apply promo code APINSIDER in the Promo Code field right after your shipping info (where it says “Do you have a gift card or promo code?”)
    8) Once you submit your order, complete this rebate form to claim the final $50 in savings.
    As always, if you have any issues, you can reach out to us at priceguides@gmail.com and we’ll try and help.

Dell 27″ Ultra HD 4K LED IPS Monitor (P2715Q) for $499.99

This unbeatable, exclusive deal for AppleInsider readers is back for an extremely limited time: Adorama offers Dell’s 27″ Ultra HD 4K LED IPS Monitor model P2715Q with USB3.0, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, Speaker-Line Out for $559.99. However, readers who can use click this link (also in our Price Guides) and apply Promo Code APINSIDER during checkout (right before you supply payment info) can knock the price down to an industry-low, and unbeatable $499.99 with Free Shipping and no sales tax outside of NY NJ.

Additional Apple Deals

These are just a handful of several ongoing exclusive offers from AppleInsider and Apple’s top authorized resellers, many others of which can be seen on deals.appleinsider.com. For the lowest prices on the rest of Apple’s Mac and iPad lineup, check out our Price Guides at prices.appleinsider.com.

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