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In case you were wondering: with VAT now at 20%, the Apple British Coefficient becomes 1.32, which, at current exchange rates, works out to about three or four quid more than the actual iPad 2 prices announced by Apple. (They’re rounding down these days, to the nearest odd-number-9.)

This is not investment advice regarding the exchange rate trend for the next year, but it’s not divorced from the topic either.