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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by lupend88, Mar 22, 2015.
Pretty good stuff. Looks like Apple is doing some internal marketing #
Useless, pre-canned responses?
I got "I went back in time to round up butterflies for the Apple Watch. I didn't step on a single one!"
I got "just counting the minutes until Apple watch comes out." Just like the rest of us.
Here's what I got
Didn't get a screenshot of it, but got a response about gathering "alumin-ium" haha
That's awesome lol
I got this one- what the hell is ice-nine?
I was also asking myself the same question....
Introducing the Apple iFreezer... Finely aluminum crafted.... A half pound 25w power consumption, recharges via usb type C
I just tried this and got the response
"Ive been going back in time and collecting butterflies for the Apple Watch, but don't worry i didn't step on a single one"
HAHAHA Apple you do have a good sense of humour
That's "internal combustion engine - nine". It's the ninth prototype engine for Apple's secret car project. But it's secret so don't anybody I told you.
I got this.
It is from Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut. Basic story is that it is a form of ice that can freeze a room or higher temperature and when combined with other water it "teaches" the other water the form that allows it to freeze at room temperature. (It is like putting a crystal in a solution will sometimes lead to that crystal growing, but the solution wouldn't have formed into crystal without the first chunk being in it.) So the worry in the book is if this lab created ice gets into the wild, like into the ocean, it will teach the entire oceans the form and they will all freeze.
Wrong ice, I'm sure.
Heres what i got
Just got the Aluminium one, but I'm British so don't get the joke. What's so funny about Siri saying Aluminium properly?
We say it like aloominum
Just got this one
They're great, someone at Apple set up the humor bomb, LOL
Check out the song in the first image: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT5858
Your explanation is similar to the one I've read in Italian.... Maybe in the English version of Wikipedia is written differently... I have posted without reading