Quote: Originally Posted by thefabe
LOL I read an article on Steve and his all inspiring presentation rallying the Apple workers into a frenzy all the time as part of his hyping a new product. I'm sure he was ticked off not being able to do one of his famous on stage introductions. Was an article in Wallstreet about how much longer his health would allow his flamboyant introductions. And how it would effect the price of Apple stock. Fabe
As silly as those 'introductions' are (to me anyway) it's actually kind of sad when put into the context that it could've been one of his last few extravaganzas. For all we know, it may have been his last
(Which would have made that turtleneck even more special
Quote: Originally Posted by WindowsStar
If this is true, and Apple did this, I will and all my family and friends will NEVER by Apple again. Apple lost it too bad, remember freedom of speech!
Oh, I'm certain Apple would have exerted some serious pressure to get it done.
Whether it be 'legal or moral', gizmodo knowingly did obtain a device that was essentially stolen. 'Finders keepers' isn't really a legal loophole, or at least it shouldn't be.
It's not really all that different if Joe Citizen bought a TV from a 'bloke in the pub'.
Joe Citizen can claim he doesn't know it was stolen, but when proven beyond doubt that it was - he doesn't get to keep it - no matter how much he paid.