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Hahahahahahajahahaha. What a fugly piece of junk!
The Apple logo is bigger than Apple. It belongs to the world! j/k
Dude, that's a pretty high bar. I think the ho-hum response from Apple is pretty reasonable.
What, are they handing these champaign colored chasses away free at the corner drug store. Everyone and their grandma seems to have one.
I'm no expert, but it looks fake to me. The fact that Engadget say they've seen something like this before doesn't mean this shot is real. Something about the perspective of the phones between the top row and bottom looks off to me, and some of the phone look like they're floating due to their perspective, rather than actually lying there.   In the end, I expect that 95+% of these leaked photos are straight outta Cupertino. They benefit immensely from the build up of...
Maybe he's been hired for the specific job of preparing retail for the new products to which Tim has so frequently alluded.
Elysium is the gospel, not a political hack job. The station is heaven, the defense secretary is satan, Krueger is a demon, Max is Jesus who is imprinted with the code to open heaven to all -- to make all citizens of heaven where there is no aging or death, but the code is within him and he must die for it to work. The scene of his bleeding palms should have been enough for anyone to get it. ... So I'm not really sure what you're talking about as far as a political hack job.
Lol. It was a suggestion to him regarding the object of his discontent. Sorry if that was confusing.
Media sells story. Story always has drama — the noble king humbled, the peasant who becomes a lord, the evil villain who succeeds but everyone believes deserves to fail, the pure of heart upstart who fails but everyone hopes will succeed. We're not reading or watching reality, we're all consumers of stories. This article refers to folks choosing a compelling storyline and spinning out the drama. Enjoy the fiction and move on.
I question how this would work in practice. Those lenses are gigantic compared to the thickness of an iPhone. There's no way you'll put it on and leave it there forever. Therefore you'll be left dragging around a thick lens and assembly for the moments you decide to attach it... So why not actually carry around a sleek point and shoot in those cases instead? Sounds kind of ridiculous as a product, I think.
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