Even if others are worried about the iPhone, Apple
- iMacs are on sale for between $51and $101 off, but not the highest-end model, VentureBeat reports.
- MacBooks, but not the MacBook Pro, are also selling for between $51 and $101 less.
- All iPod models feature anywhere from $11 to $21 in discounts.
- Apple TV gets a $21 haircut.
Translation: We're still Apple, and it's still going to cost you a premium to buy our stuff -- especially the iPhone.
And why not? As good as it looks, hardly anyone is claiming that Research In Motion's
The answer, of course, is that you don't. As if that's news. But several news agencies are reporting Apple's lightweight strategy anyway.
Here's a reminder, Fools: Apple rarely discounts anything. And when it does discount, it's usually a sign of newer models in production. Think of how Deutsche Telekom's
That's the right way to read this sale. Not that Apple has somehow missed an opportunity but that it's planning a refresh of its iMacs, iPods, MacBooks, and Apple TV.
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