So if a 'new' ipad is released that has EU standards (which I still think in a poor excuse), how will customs officials tell the difference between the 'old' and 'new' ipad? The ministry once again is not thinking things through clearly. I think the root of this ban is a push from high-tech companies who didn't enjoy profit sharing when the iphone was first released and flooded Israel with jailbroken phones. Still licking their wounds but now enjoying the fruits of the iphone being sold in Israel, they want in on the ipad profits too. LAME!
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