Friday, 16 July 2010

Hipster employees - hipster customers

I strongly assume this belongs to a staff member
   There was a time when Apple was about thinking differently, and there was a certain niche about owning a Mac. Now every fucker has got one. Apple seem to have taken a leaf out of the paedophile handbook - instead of offering sweets to children, they offer free iPods and printers to lure them in. Then, when they least expect it they'll fuck them up the arse by making the MacBooks out of cheap fucking plastic that cracks so it needs another pointless repair. And if you're a fucking hipster with a mac, then put on your big glasses and don your woolly hat cos you're hired bro!!


   Is there an app to tell this guy to get a fucking life and point out he's only a face-mask away from being mistaken for the galaxy's trendiest Stormtrooper?

Apple lies again, probably bribed Consumer Reports

      In an unprecedented turn of events Consumer Reports came back on on their initial decision of not recommending an iPhone, recommending it but with the use of a bumper. How much Apple paid for that is probably a thing we'll never find out.
        It has already been reported that not even the bumper case can alleviate the reception issue! Check the video below and notice how iPhone 4 loses all it's bars even with the "magical" bumper case on. Even if the bumper would provide a fix, the fact that it's not built in is completely wrong!

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

The many outfits of Steve Jobs

Here is a snapshot of what big ol' SJ has been wearing over the last 6 years during WWDC:
Seriously though, all the money in the world and only one fucking outfit? Gimme a fucking break.

Apple: now deleting iPhone 4 bug/issue threads, your thoughts to follow

     If you were looking for a message thread on Apple's support forums pointing to Consumer Reports' article 'not recommending' the iPhone 4, it's not there any more. Apple's support forum moderators deleted the thread. Bing cached it.
    If it happened once, maybe you'd say it was a glitch. But what if it happened twice? Three times? Four times, five, six?

    I'm not prone to hysterics or a subscriber to conspiracy theories, but it's fairly hard to imagine any good way to interpret this. Every post that I saw listed in a Google search of Apple's discussion boards lead to the same result: "Error: you do not have permission to view the requested forum or category."