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Rogifan

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According to the blog post below Apple recently threw a party at Pier 27 in San Francisco for Apple employees involved with the Apple Watch. Imagine Dragons were surprised guests. Is this something Apple typically does? Or is this another example of the Tim Cook era at Apple? I wish my company would throw parties like this. :(

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As the dinner hour came to a close, two of the executive team stood up and spoke to the gathered geeks. They praised them, and their significant others, as being an amazing team, that accomplished so much and created yet another major product group for Apple. Demand has been phenomenal, and it continues to grow well beyond expectations.

Jonny Ive then said, with his arms spread wide, “All I can say is, THANK YOU ALL, and you’ve all earned this event! Without further adieu, Imagine Dragons!”

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I saw some photos posted to Instagram as well.

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Armen

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According to the blog post below Apple recently threw a party at Pier 27 in San Francisco for Apple employees involved with the Apple Watch. Imagine Dragons were surprised guests. Is this something Apple typically does? Or is this another example of the Tim Cook era at Apple? I wish my company would throw parties like this. :(

https://illogicaloutcome.wordpress.com



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I saw some photos posted to Instagram as well.

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I think we officially work for companies that suck. Nothing more to say.
 

mcdj

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After working 15 hours a day, 6-7 days a week, for a few years, a little celebration thrown by the people who are millionaires thanks to your blood sweat and tears seems appropriate. Unless you live in the 1800s, when everyone did that without batting an eye.
 
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