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The days of £0.99 music downloads at Apple's U.K. iTunes Store may be coming to an end, and it isn't the iPhone and iPad maker that'll be driving the cost up. Britain's Government is looking to close a tax loophole that lets companies charge VAT rates from other countries -- something Apple and other companies currently do.
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Closing the VAT loophole for Apple, Google, and other companies selling online may help increase money coming into the government, but it won't make consumers happy.
Many key products in the online Apple Stores in the UK and Australia are priced higher than straight currency conversions can account for. That's even after we take off value added taxes (VAT) and other sales taxes that are usually blamed for such discrepancies.
After amazing success with Burberry, Angela Ahrendts could become one of Apple's most important executives, if she is given the freedome to work her magic.
LONDON - The Apple keynote was a mixture of the free and the very expensive, and that wasn't lost on the UK fan base who were looking closely at the goings on in California. Of all the products Apple announced, it was the iPads that generated the most excitement at the London Mac User Group.
Apple's iTunes festival concluded Monday night with a performance by Katy Perry. The event took over The Roundhouse theater, an historic music venue in Camden Town, in North West London, where the entire month of September was dedicated to iTunes, the Festival, and Apple itself.
Apple are one of the major tech companies who are under huge pressure to reveal what they knew about the PRISM spying program, and what information they handed over to the NSA and other security agencies. They hoped to put some of those fears to rest when they announced Touch ID in the new iPhone 5s.
Apple likes simplicity and uniformity, but it is not so good and board or executive level. The business case for Apple getting women on their board is a strong one. Charlotte Henry explains why.
Apps can make or break a platform, and Apple's unified approached to iOS makes it a far better operating system to develop for. Charlotte Henry explains why that's a big advantage for Apple over Google's Android OS.
Apple rumours have become almost beyond parody, an industry in themselves with websites, twitterfeeds and column inches dedicated to digging them up and dishing them out. Charlotte Henry thinks that may be behind some of Apple's rushed products, and Apple fans, media and bloggers are to blame.