By marfdrat on January 2, 2013
So, Apple products are still pretty popular, I guess?
The spokesman said that one man had been ‘lightly injured’ in the raid. He was helping police with their enquiries.
Christophe Crepin, an Unsa police union official, told Le Parisien newspaper that ‘the four hooded and heavily armed criminals made their move very quickly. Most of the police forces were being mobilised to monitor the Champs Elysees, so the robbers have clearly benefitted from this opportunity to strike.’
By marfdrat on September 20, 2012
My son and I didn’t pre-order the iPhone 5, because there was some indication that we might risk losing our grandfathered unlimited data plans. So, tomorrow morning, we’re planning to arrive at the local Apple Store (or at least the mall that houses it) at 6:00 AM to grab a spot in line. Josh asked the mall cop when we could enter the premises to stand on line, because the last time we went to get the iPhone 4 (we skipped the 4S), the security guards started hassling the people standing in line, saying that we were trespassing. No one moved, though, and the guards didn’t push it, because they’d have started a riot.
By marfdrat on October 26, 2010
Josh and I were in the Apple Store at Short Pump Town Center to look at the new MacBook Air. While we were there, I observed this. I think the guy was fixing a problem with the receipt printer under the table – but before I knew this, it just looked weird.
By marfdrat on October 15, 2010
That’s just one of the germs that the screen of your iPad or iPhone could be harboring, if you let other folks touch it. Think about how many people have touched those iPads in the Apple Store! By the way, staphylococcus aureus is the first cousin of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus – otherwise know as MRSA.