The release of the iPhone 4S was a disappointment to many …
… and the disappearance of Steve Jobs may have been a turning point for American society.
The notion that America has turned into a Mad Max-style post apocalyptic nightmare since Steve Jobs died is absurd. Preposterous.
It’s been that way for years.
Innovation is no longer in Apple’s camp.
Because the phone that was designed and built while Steve Jobs was alive and CEO was not tear-drop shaped like a collection of the dullest knives taken from drawers across the globe wanted it to be.
Say, where did The Examiner get their information? Why, from Pop Herald, of course. They don’t have a link to “hot celebrity videos” like The Examiner does, but the Macalope is sure they’re rock-solid, nonetheless.
According to reports, Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is set to reach an impressive 15 million sales mark this quarter, 5 million bigger than the anticipated July sales prediction, and 10 million bigger than last year’s Galaxy S2 sales during the same period.
And, yet, still 20 million fewer iPhones than Apple sold—to actual people!—last quarter. But somehow we’re supposed to believe that Apple is going to rush iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 out the door in the next three weeks because of this terror.
Now, rumors posted online say …
Wow! “Rumors posted online”! With attribution like that, you know it’s going to be good!
… Apple wants its own piece of the pie and will launch the iPhone 5 two months ahead of the anticipated October release date.