Among Mac fans, the reputation of rev. A Apple products are famous. From the overheating, feet-dropping and warping PowerBook 12" to the noisy fan and midplane problems in the iMac G5. Given there's problems in rev. B and C and etc, but they most frequently arise in rev. A products.daveway00 said:I'm sure they do since the employees do now get a commission. I found the comment about 1st gen products very disturbing.
exactly, especially a huge store like the SOHO one, i know my company does secret shops, and its hard to get a 100% score on them, but my store has been trying, so we shall see how things go at least.Applespider said:Appearing 'unannounced' really is the best way to find out how your stores look. On 'planned' visits, you just get the smell of fresh paint and floor cleaner. This way you see the store as your customers do.
I wonder if Apple do 'mystery shopping' to find out how well their staff welcome/approach/help customers.
I wonder if he used his reality distortion field on any of the customers?killuminati said:Lucky customers. Imagine going into an apple store one day and getting to meet steve.
, The customer would get 1 powerbook, 1 iMac, Airport extreme, A. Express, iWork, FCE, iSight (of course), .Mac and the *first HD camcorder* from sony ....mac-er said:Could you imagine being a customer in there, and Steve trying to sell you a new Powerbook?
I think they found a way to embed the RDF into the plastic--and in such a way that mere mention of the product is enough to activate the effect.Raven VII said:Now... can anyone explain to me just why did I break my personal rule and bought a Mac mini?
Chances are no one will admit to working there, for fear of retaliation. It's all a matter of being in the wright place at the wright time. I treasure the times that i've met someone famous.mac-er said:Anyone here work at the SOHO store that can give us details?
This brought a big smile to my face."I only found out he was here because the managers told us to smile more."