This was the week when Tim Cook issued an apology to every Apple-adoring fanboi in China about how lousy the firm's customer service and warranty policies in the country were. The fruity chief was prompted by lots of state-controlled news outlet pressure, along with, presumably, the prickling of his conscience, to say in an open …
...the Jobs worship-o-thon continues.
"We do believe we have a moral responsibility to keep porn off the iPhone."
Yes, but who's the real wanker here?
So, Safari refuses to surf porn sites?
not from what I can see...
Thanks for taking the hit for us there...
Re: @AC 10:59
I would say "thanks for taking one for the team", but given the context ...
"Folks who want porn can buy an Android phone" - For the looks of it, most people in the world want porn...
>most people in the world want porn...
A telling fact! (I'm neither an IOSer nor a Porndroid user).
"We do believe we have a moral responsibility to keep porn off the iPhone. Folks who want porn can buy an Android phone."
Looks like the manufacturers have been missing a trick there, then... haven't seen any advertisements saying "Want porn? Buy Android!" yet!
Porn sites sort of do that though... a handful of them have started releasing their own apps, possibly because of the lack of Flash in newer devices.
Want to wank on the go? Get an Android phone, then get our app!
"To most potential employers, he'd just seem like a jerk in bad clothing."
That's because he was a jerk in bad clothing.
about pr0n: Unwise comment perhaps?
"Folks who want porn can buy an Android phone"
As Mr Betamax said,"Folks who want porn can buy a VHS"...
I don't own any Apple devices, but have heard kids refer to the iPod as "intenet porn on demand".
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