Apple released a new iPhone in the US yesterday- the UK one will be out on o2 by the 19th. It's got a pretty good spec I think, with a lot of features finely tuned. One problem. In America, the 8GB 3G is now $99 - whereas in UK, it'll still Â£342.50. Also, the 3GS in America is: - 16GB = $199 - 32GB = $299 Whereas the 3GS in the UK is: - 16GB = Â£440 - 32GB = Â£530 Then we get to MacBooks. All the aluminium ones are called MacBook Pros, and the 13.3" basic one is now $1199 minimum, which converts at the current $-Â£ rate of Â£748. How much are Apple selling it for here? Â£899. I can sort of understand about the iPhone prices.. no wait, I cant... but that's o2's fault as they can charge however much they want for one. But the MacBooks... they don't take Â£151 more to make for the UK - in fact I'm pretty sure it's the same price to make one for the UK as it is the US, so why is it more expensive!? Apple said at their conference yesterday that they wanted to make Apple more affordable, which is great. But this is just stupid. $99 in US means like Â£65 in UK...? But that's still going for Â£342.50. Their conference unveiled some great new plans yesterday- 3.0 software for iTouch/iPhone looks amazing, and the new specs for iPhone look pretty near to perfect... Snow Leopard was released too, which is also looking next to perfect, so what's the reason for screwing us all over in the UK!?