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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ibanana, Nov 9, 2007.
nice private jet....
Very nice jet for sure! haha i want one
Doubt Jobs will be in London, saw Phil Schiller on Sky News from the upstairs of Regent Street though so he might be there
Nice. Thats a G5 right?
Is that a rip in Steve's jeans?!
Steve started new fashion trend with iRipped Jeans
I was wondering about that as well
What does go on up there?
maybe someone ripped his jeans to get at his iphone!!
Yeh, its a G5. Dident know Steve had one.
whats this about a G5?
His plane GulfStream 5...
someone needs to remit him some $$$. he can't even afford a pair of jeans, poor boy.
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LOL oh right, i was looking all arround the picture for power mac or iMac!
He got the G5 for free as well, Apple gave it him as a gift because he only gets paid a dollar a year official salary
Quite sure he's got a corporate AMEX and everything is charged to it!
Can't be bothered going through the Apple accounts, but he must have some stock options too for his retirement fund.
So what does he do for normal pocket cash? Is he still paid by Pixar?
Yeah he's got a ******** of shares and stuff, but their not classed as an actual salary, if you ever get bored and look through the apple accounts, it will show his official salary as $1 per annum, u they make up for that in 'gifts' like the G5 or backdated shares etc
He doesn't get paid by pixar now, because it's owned by disney though the couple of billion he got from that deal will tie him over for loose cash for a while
Oh yes, he's got stiock options, which I beleive are still being investigated as not quite kosher,
and yes he has a pixar salery, or rather I guess a Disney salery now he's on their board
I imagine the G5 must costs a bit to run, even if it's sitting on the ground.
I remember Eddie Irvine (F1 racing driver) saying the second happiest day of his life was the day he bought his SunSeeker (yacht), the happiest day of his life was the day he sold it!
Just noticed the iPhone as one of the main headlines on BBC News 24 channel saying that people [presumable in London] have queued all night. Can't imagine him missing this publicity stunt.