Shapeshifting myself into a positive influence in this exciting new self-publishing world we have created. Will be happy if people love me or hate me, but disappointed if I'm just 'yeah, whatever dude!'. I like photography, gadgets, writing, learning and growing. I dislike shallowness, uniformity, conformity and arrogance.
09. March 2012
As we all know, Apple has decided to call its new iPad the “new iPad”. And even though I want to believe Phil Schiller who asserted that Apple loathes to be seen as predictable (one more thing, turtlenecks and magic obviously aren’t predictable, and neither is Apple’s release cycle), I have found the reason for this weird new naming scheme. It all makes sense now. And before you ask: NO! I am not intoxicated!
Look, we all know apple keeps the last few generations of its iProducts like the iPhone so it can rip off, ehr offer great value, to all its customers. So: as of 2014 you will be able to buy the (latest and greatest) “new iPhone” from 299 or the (last year’s favorite) “iPhone” for 199 or (if you’re really desperate) the “old iPhone” for 99.
I can hear the fanboiz already: “Oh, you got the ‘new iPhone’? I wish I could, but I’m stuck with the ‘iPhone’!. But look at poor Blue: she’s stll using the ‘old iPhone’!”