iPad Gets Backlash Over International Pricing

Monday May 10th 2010 by Datamation.com Staff

iPads cost more overseas, and consumers aren't happy about it.

PCWorld: Apple has begun taking iPad pre-orders from customers outside the U.S., and potential buyers have begun complaining about price disparities. In Europe, the Wi-Fi version costs about $150 more than in the U.S., and in Canada, it will cost about $40 more.

Reports say that Steve Jobs has replied to angry customer e-mails by blaming government taxes for the price increases.

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