I heard about a white iPhone 4 before due to be out anytime and it seems it will be delayed yet again. Apple says white version of the iPhone 4 won’t be ready for sale until spring 2011. Guess that news left a lot of people looking forward to owning a white one disappointed.
For those keeping track, this is the third time you’ve read that headline since June. It comes just shortly after news broke this morning that Apple had released an updated version of its App Store iPhone app with the option to reserve a white iPhone 4 in stores.
But hmmm … a white iPhone? Not really attracted to it. I like the black one better. But of course, if anybody will give me a white one, I would gladly accept it with open hands ;).
So you so many e-commerce sites in the Internet and wonder yourself, is there a difference between buying a notebook in retail stores than buying one online? If you ask me, there is a stark difference. In all my years of using the Internet, I have noticed one thing: that item prices online are way cheaper than what you can find in retail stores.
If you a notebook in retail stores, chances are the prices are more expensive since stores always increase their prices after receiving them from a middle man. At Office Works, you gain access to so many notebooks for sale that is is very convenient for anybody to compare prices and find one that meets your budget and preferences. And you can shop in the comfort of your home, anytime.
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Or so Proview Technology Co. Ltd., the company suing Apple for copyright infringement, with them saying they own the rights to the iPad name in the country. The company, which is based in the southern city of Shenzhen, registered the iPad trademark in January 2000 and still owns the rights to its use in China, citing government archives.
The two companies held talks previously over the transfer of the trademark but had failed to reach an agreement. The reasonable price of the iPad trademark now stood at $US800 million ($A814.17 million). Wow! That is awfully huge! This is big money we are talking about considering Apple’s standing in the tech industry and its hot sales on its “i” lineup of gadgets and devices.
How this will pan out should be interesting. Will Apple give in to Proview’s demands? Or will Proview do something else that Apple may find not favorable to them? Share your thoughts.