You know, some of us around the Mac|Life staff have some pretty hefty student loans outstanding. If only there were some way to meet the steep cost of college. Hey, I know, let's sell white iPhones! Sound crazy? It isn't.
It seems inevitable that with a company’s runaway success, the costs of doing business increase exponentially. That may be the case with Apple, as a new report claims that Foxconn parent company Hon Hai will be increasing its prices for some clients, including Apple.
The day of inexpensive iPhones, iPod touches and iPads may be coming to an end thanks to “soaring labor costs caused by worker shortages and unrest, a strengthening Chinese currency that makes exports more expensive and inflation and rising housing costs.” Will that next device wind up costing us more?
Does anyone else remember the flurry of pre-iPhone rumors back at the end of 2006? Here we are three years later, and history almost seems to be repeating itself with a veritable onslaught of rumors surrounding Apple’s fabled tablet computer.
Today, word is out that Cupertino is already placing orders for 10-inch tablet displays and glass panels.