One obligitory Apple backlash story coming right up. Yes, it’s becoming something of a tradition that as soon as Apple launch a new product, everyone swiftly moves in for the usual round of Apple bashing. But this time the insults aren’t being hurled by Windows fanatics, or Creative’s directors, but by Apple lovers. That’s because Apple has once again opted to charge hapless European customers a whole lot more for the Mac Mini than it’s charging buyers in the US. European buyers have to pay up to €60 more for their supposedly-affordable Mac Mini units, while UK buyers will have to fork out more than £70 more. This price difference has led to a petition being created to demand that the costs are made more reasonable.