Something interesting...

Brisby

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I figured I would post this here because this is where I believe most of the readers are in these forums nowadays.

After watching the WWDC '10 event again and watching Steve present the new iPhone, something hit me. Steve looks more and more like a cartoon character the more I study his movements. Which leads me to believe that the old "Fat Steve" died and this new Steve is a creation of Pixar. Just one step closer to full-on real-time life like graphics and world domination.

Just a thought and hopefully lighten the mood in these forums...
 
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Denbowski

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I always thought he would end up like Krang from TMNT. He will never die, cause look what happened when someone else tried to run Apple.
 

fsck-y dingo

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LOL!

I wonder if he has laser beam eyes and can crawl up walls? Maybe he can become invisible and.....uh oh [whisper]he's watching us[/whisper]. :eek:
 

Brisby

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If they wheel out a giant iPhone at the next WWDC and Steve is offically an app, I'm calling it quits with Apple.
 
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Denbowski

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If they wheel out a giant iPhone at the next WWDC and Steve is offically an app, I'm calling it quits with Apple.
It will require lots of WiFi bandwidth...actually stealling it from open networks across the country, making the world's browsers unable to load any pages at all.
 

Brisby

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It will require lots of WiFi bandwidth...actually stealling it from open networks across the country, making the world's browsers unable to load any pages at all.
"All your base are belong to us" is said and everyone instantly is wearing a black turtle neck, jeans, and New Balance sneakers.
 

wirelessmacuser

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Planet.Earth
Speaking Of Something Interesting

No worries fellow iPhone 4 owners, here's the latest news via Apple that "They All Do It".*

Bent on keeping Apple in the news, our favorite Cupertino company shows it's sense of humor. Once billed as "The Best Smartphone" now Apple is happy to prove their no better than the rest. After all at a mere $199 we didn't pay for the finest anyway. I agree with Apple, it's no big deal.*

Read it for yourself.*

Apple's Antenna Campaign Continues with Motorola's Droid X
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By: David Murphy
07.25.2010

Who's next? Apple is taking its fellow smartphone manufacturers to task by attempting to show that the "death grip" problem plaguing its iPhone 4 isn't unique to Apple products. And, now, there's a new target in Apple's eye: Motorola.

For background, Apple threw up a "Smartphone antenna performance" page in the wake of CEO Steve Jobs' recent "Antennagate" press conference to highlight the various signal attenuation issues that seem to affect virtually every other smartphone on the market—at least, that's Jobs' stance.

To prove the company's point, Apple has been adding new phones to the demonstration site ever since, a move that's summoned up a bit of consternation from Apple's rivals in the smartphone market.

Full Article:
source*
http://mobile.pcmag.com/device2/article.php?CALL_URL=http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2366951,00.asp?kc=PCRSS03069TX1K0001121