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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mcmonkiez, May 8, 2010.
Hmmm. I think I might call fake on this. On Steve's end, he misspelt 'US' with 'use' and I doubt he would use that many question marks.
This is obviously a fake. Probably, the idea was imagine dby a small british fan who gave all his cash to an open soruce donation society - Mikyel Doma.
He is qujite well known now, due to his amaszing expedrtiences and strongly proven opinions. Doma is an open stouce fanatic. You guessed it - he only likes free.
Well, I'm sorry Mikyel Doma, but even ijf the us ipiod is cheeper, have youj had a luittle peak and the exchange rate? it shardly convientiet to tranp[sopt big items over these expesnvive water.
And witht he demand, included Mikyel Domas inaccecible demand, it is ahuge stuggle. oimagien the pressure shippers are uhnder has they trail across the skiy, beneath their a queue of expecting young mac entushuasts, depsetrate for their own ipad to see its new home.
well ia ms orrfy but Mikyel has failed this time. Stevey will not lowee the price for him, and apple pricers will not see this picture as an indirect intensse demand fro the big chap for htem to lower the price.
OP must be about 8 or if not a proper tit.
UK price is higher because:
1. U.S. price doesn't include tax
2. Cost of business is a bit higher in Europe due to more regulations, consumer protections and higher wages.
3. You'll pay it anyway.
3. Wrong, it's only £20 give or take, couple of beers. But to think the uk or Europe will pay it anyway is a bit looking down your nose or from your high horse in this global recession.
Well not me, and maybe not you, but on the release date there will certainly be people lining up outside Apple stores ready to buy an iPad.
Yer they will, did you read the OP's original post before it was edited? I recon his mum was washing his face. He obviously could not see what he was typing.