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Originally Posted by solipsism View Post

But there are extra costs for Apple. It costs them more pre unit than it does for the US. That is a fact! Whether iit accounts for the full price difference is another story, but there are most costs involved and usually less product being sold that need to absorb those costs.

As I pointed out earlier, the "price difference" was in the other direction just a few months ago, when the mini actually cost less in Australia priced in converted US dollars than in the US. Nobody seemed to notice then. It's kind of funny to hear people living in countries with relatively strong currencies complaining about being gypped because they don't get instant discounts whenever their currencies improved. Of course they'd howl like stuck pigs if prices immediately increased when their currencies weakened.
Please don't be insane.
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Please don't be insane.
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