Apple declines to change iPad name so far
Apple and Australia's Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) were unable after negotiations on Monday to come to a resolution on concerns over the new iPad's 4G claims. In at least initial mediation talks, Apple declined to change the "Wi-Fi + 4G" name. The American company had agreed to offer refunds for upset customers and to provide more accurate marketing.
ACCC asking for concerns over e-book fairness
The Australia Competition and Consumer Commission is considering taking the same path that the US Department of Justice did in confronting Apple and publishers over e-book pricing. Regulators have been asking Australian retailers whether they thought publishers were rigging pricing in the country. There were "competition concerns" whenever a company wanted to curb the ability to put a product on sale, the agency said.