By Sébastien Page on Aug 11, 2011
This post could have been titled “How to lose your job at Nokia in just one advertisement,” and that’s probably what will happen to one, or several, Nokia employees that definitely have no attention for detail.
This ad was spotted in an Australian mall. As you can tell, the woman in this picture is actually using an iPhone 4… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jul 22, 2011
We’ve seen some pretty crazy stories involving the iPhone over the last few months. Just recently, a man was apprehended and charged for a home invasion after police found his iPhone at the scene of the crime.
The latest story to surface comes from The New York Post. The news outlet has gotten its paws on court documents that detail a domestic dispute involving a prolific patent attorney who allegedly forced an iPhone down his girlfriend’s throat… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jul 16, 2011
Here’s a little lesson to all the would-be criminals out there: If you are going to break into your ex-girlfriend’s house, don’t leave your iPhone behind as evidence. While most of us consider that common sense, that doesn’t seem to be the case with Mr. Jason Scott Davis.
The 34-year-old Northern Californian is in custody as the prime suspect of a late-May home invasion. Authorities arrested Davis after discovering his iPhone in his girlfriend’s bathtub the night of the robbery… Read More
By Sébastien Page on Jun 3, 2011
What if I told you a white ninja crashed a car into an Apple Store in Greensboro, NC? You’d probably say “Sebastien, you should take it easy on this medicinal marijuana”, right? Now what if I told you that I’m typing this, completely sober, and that a ninja indeed crashed his car into an Apple Store?
I know this sound a little surreal but this did happen earlier today… Read More
By Sébastien Page on Jun 2, 2011
How much do you want an iPad 2? What would you do to get one? Unless you’re willing to sell a part of your body, you’re probably not as desperate as Zheng, a 17 year old teenager from China, who decided to sell one of his kidneys to finance the purchase of an iPad 2.
Because he couldn’t afford it, Zheng started looking around on the internet for ways to get that money. This is when a “broker” got in touch with him and offered him 20,000 yuan (about $3,000) for one of his kidneys… Read More
By Sébastien Page on May 26, 2011
Another one of these stories that fall under our newly-created FML category.
You’ve most likely heard about Apple’s Find My iPhone app, which when installed on an iPhone or iPad, allows you to track the location of the device in the eventuality it would get stolen. In short, that’s a great app that allowed many people to recover their stolen iPhones.
The problem is this app can also come back to bite you, or rather to punch you, as 27 year old iPhone owner Brent Johnson was unfortunately able to verify not too long ago… Read More
By Sébastien Page on May 25, 2011
As a French citizen living in the US, I am amazed by the amount of lawsuits filed by Americans on a constant basis. There always seems to be a good reason to sue someone, even if it sounds frivolous.
Racial discrimination is a valid reason to sue someone for sure, and Apple is about to verify that as 2 NY men are suing the company on the grounds that they are black. Apparently, two gentlemen from NYC were told by an Apple security agent that they were not welcome because of their race… Read More