Tag Archives: Pricing

Sprint announces its data pricing plans for iPad Air and iPad mini

With the iPad Air and iPad mini being announced yesterday, some carriers are beginning to announce how much it will cost to run a data-equipped version on their network. T-Mobile has announced that you will be able to get 200MB/month for free, and now Sprint is announcing its pricing schemes as well. Here is a chart of the prices: As you can see, it is…

U.S. DoJ releases emails pertaining to e-book pricing case

With the case on the horizon, the U.S. Department of Justice has released the emails that it will be using during the court case to “prove” Apple is guilty in organizing a set of companies to price-fix e-books for the iBook Store. If you are interested in reading them, you can easily do so by heading to this link: Email exchange between Steve Jobs and James…

US DoJ: Steve Jobs email “proves Apple is guilty in e-book pricing case

Apple has, as I’m sure many of you know, been in a little trouble with the US Department of Justice over accused e-book price fixing. The case is set to begin soon, and with that in mind, the DoJ has decided to bring up some of the stuff it plans to present in the case, including an email from Steve Jobs that the DoJ claims proves Apple is guilty. The…

Analyst: ‘iPhone mini’ pricing to be between $250-$300

Brian White, an analyst from Topeka Capital, has recently released his thoughts on the heavily rumored ‘iPhone mini’. White reckons the device will either be named the ‘iPhone mini’ or possibly ‘iPhone Air’, as such to follow its Mac counterpart. He also believes Apple will come out with such a phone as early as June, retailing for around $250-$300: “A…

Phil Schiller comes to defense of iPad mini pricing

One thing that has people complaining regrading yesterday’s iPad mini event is the pricing. With it starting at $329, I will admit that it is pretty steep. Well, as he has done in the past, Phil Schiller is here to clear things up on Apple’s reasoning behind its pricing models for the device. Here is his comment via Reuters: The iPad is far and away…