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Discussion in 'MacRumors.com News Discussion' started by MacRumors, Nov 8, 2017.
"Use Your iPhone X to Take Your Own Mugshot" ??
Well I for one can't see how having Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston around could possibly be at all distracting.
And entering into a bidding war for a concept without a script seems like an excellent road to high margin return on capital. I mean if all you have to do is outbid Netflix, who spends their way into unprofitability nearly every year, then it really is an easy road to high returns.
It's been like that since Apple started selling disposable laptops in 2013 with their soldered RAM. They don't respect consumers (you).
Love Jennifer. Don’t care.
Rachel and Jill Green are back together again!
If you're finding it difficult to be an Apple fan because of a show that you'll never watch, you might want to take a good hard look at why you consider yourself a fan to begin with.
So, there are episodes about Botox, then?
I look forward to it. I don't understand all of the complaining. More choice is better for everyone.
The original Amazing Stories sucked, cool name and intro but that's it.
Anyway, what should we do if Spielberg turns out to be the next Weinstein, boycott the iPhone? It's a slippery slope to enter into a scumbag business, Tim.
Reese looks kinda like my aunt except my aunt's chin isn't long at all.
Jennifer A is someone I fell for since the short-lived Ferris Bueller TV show on NBC. She portrayed the sister. Never cared for her in Friends.
I didn't see Jen as a brunette until Horrible Bosses 1 & 2 where she was so hot in them as some hilarious nympho. I prefer if she keeps her hair dark to make those blue contact lenses sparkle.
1990 Jen A is my fav. Then Horrible Bosses brunette.
I dont even like Apple. Just the Macintosh. Otherwise I'd be done with them.
It's not just the show. The show is just the "symptom"; the manifestation of a problem. It's the "new culture" at Apple, and IMHO it's getting worse as the days go by. This isn't the Apple I knew and "cared about". /end rant
the Show is going to be called "Jaws"
I can't wait to pay 2.99 an episode...
"Cut throat" is far too objective a term for Apple to use.
" 'Shut up'.
'No, you shut up'" is about as edgy as Apple appears to be with its offering. This is the company that delayed carpool Karaoke for months because they felt something was offensive or not PC or diverse enough and wasn't able to be easily edited out in production.
Gotten better with age you mean.
I am weary of Apple getting into the content game, but I hope it works out.
I want to see an Apple produced Leprechaun sequel!
How does one even watch the show? Is it only for Apple Music subscribers? Or do I have to pay for each episode from iTunes? I get that Apple wants in on content distribution, but I'm not paying them a monthly fee for a music service I don't care about just to watch 1 show.
Unless they start becoming the next Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, I'll wait for it to be uploaded on bit torrent.
These two are the reigning queens of bad rom com movies so the only thing that will save this project is if it has an edge. Apple will never meet their subscriber base goals if they keep playing it safe by Disneyfying all their content.
Should add Megyn kelly for balance.
Another hard pass on this as well.
I'm curious, is there a reason why the headline says Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, but then the pictures are in the opposite order? Or is that just how it worked out without planning it that way? They do this in movie posters all the time (I doubt it's an accident on these since I'm sure a lot of planning and time go into these before they're released). It drives me crazy!
So much pop culture push back in here..calm down everyone. Your Mac will not run any worse because of this.
I concede that Eddy Cue isn't going anywhere. He might even be more valuable than many of us think. Fine. Allow him to spearhead all the new Apple Music content to his heart's desire, but for the love of God, please, please, please remove iWork and iLife apps from his supervision. Siri transitioned to Craig Federighi's software group—so should Apple's productivity and creativity apps.
Does either show come with a time machine to beam back to a time when both were relevant?