Apple iPad: eBooks May Be Cheaper than Expected

By Jamie Pert - Feb 18, 2010

When we first heard about eBooks for Apple’s iPad many of our readers were put off by the expensive prices of their eBooks, however a recent post on SlashGear suggests that some eBooks may be cheaper than was first expected.

Amazon have set the standard for eBooks with their Kindle eBook pricing, currently eBooks for the Kindle cost just $9.99, previously it was beleived that eBooks for the iPad would cost $12.99 to $14.99.

According to an article which originally showed up on NewYorkTimes some of the iPad’s eBooks could match Amazons pricing of $9.99, however brand new eBooks will probably set you back $14.99, best sellers will drop to $12.99.

Source: SlashGear

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  • I think the price for these ebooks is kinda high for a normal guy like me….I mean i love reading books and as i bought ipad im more interested in reading ebooks on it….but the price looks really high…thanks for the post!