New idears to Apple

Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by Semdk, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. Semdk macrumors member

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    Hi
    I got an good idear which i would like suggest to Apple, but is that overall possible?
    I'm not expecting direct contact to the Apple top management, but just like a "first stage aproval" before going to the lead.
    And would you even be credited if the idear would bring something big?
     
  2. spinnerlys Guest

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    Btw, the word "idea" is spelled without an R
     
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  4. Ivan P macrumors 68030

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    This practice is undertaken by practically every company, and extends outside of consumer product organisations like Apple - publishing companies will refuse to accept unsolicited manuscripts, television production companies generally destroy any unsolicited materials as soon as they are received, and others - like Apple - have these very strict policies publicly published online to deter people. In the end it's all done for the same reason; so that if a company happened to publish a book/produce a television show or movie/produce a product that a random member of the public also happened to submit to them, they don't have to deal with said person trying to get some money out of it. They will simply try not to read any submissions or - if they do - these legal documents get them out of any possible future lawsuits.
     
  5. KnightWRX macrumors Pentium

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    Maybe the guy is Paul Teutul Sr. ?
     
  6. KingYaba macrumors 68040

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    You'll find a lot of people in the US pronounce it like, "ideer."
     
  7. spinnerlys Guest

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    Really?

    Luckily the OP is from Denmark though, as the word "og" implies.
     
  8. Winni macrumors 68030

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    That's because it is pronounced (as in spoken) like that, it's just not spelled (as in written) that way. By the way, it's not just American English, it's the same in British English.
     

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