The BBC is no longer the impartial reporter it once was.
The UK has distinctly anti Apple tendancies imo. Not specific to Apple but in general the UK does not accept and adapt to new things quickly and in most cases happily.
Originally Posted by Eelke
... and more along those lines.
Do bear in mind that a euro, in Europe, is just about worth the same in every day life as a dollar in the US. Apple's pricing has always been in line with that,...
Originally Posted by caliminius
And could everyone please skip the BS arguments that if it's not on iTunes people will just skip to the P2P networks to find it? A load of crap. If P2P is their inclination, they're skipping...
Originally Posted by addabox
If Apple has priced the iPhone too high for British buyers, or if the deal they made with O2 (or just O2 themselves) sets the tariff too high, then Apple or O2 or both have misjudged their market, and...
Originally Posted by Jemster
Unfortunately with the widespread convergence going on, this argument doesn't hold much water with the "idiot" consumer. For example, an N95 has 8GB, plays movies & music, yet it's...