Originally Posted by murraypaul
In UK prices:
The difference between a 16GB iPad4 and a 32GB iPad4 is 80 GBP.
The difference between a 16GB Nexus 10 and a 32GB Nexus 10 is 70 GBP.
Does a difference of 10 pounds mean that Apple is price-gouging but Google isn't? Or is Google price-gouging too?
Just as you described, Google is price gouging too in that case. That is not an admirable thing to do when either Google or Apple does it. You also conveniently omitted mentioning that the Google device was more fairly priced in it's base price relative to Apple's more exorbitant pricing. That probably has a whole lot to do with Apple's 4% market share in China relative to Android's 90% market share. The Chinese must know something that western markets are only just beginning to recognize?