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originally posted by: bally001
a reply to: gallop
My son reckons the best credit card is his dad.
"Didn't I give you fifty last week?"
"Yeah, nah, don't remember that dad." Meanwhile wife says, "Where's that fifty you had last week." Looks in wallet - 'crickets'.
originally posted by: UKTruth
Apple make low quality, crap products. Who doesn't already know this? So do Samsung, by the way.
originally posted by: Stupidsecrets
I've observed a lot of poor people owning apple products. Again, this is just my personal observation but it has been fairly consistent.
When I use to work in an office, I'd see the most financially feeble minded people I have ever met with iphones. They would always complain about being broke but, had no problem buying an expensive phone, $5 coffee or eating out for lunch daily. I also notice some of my dirt poor in-laws same thing; all apple products. The only wealthy people I have met were stay at home housewives. Their husbands did not have iphones. The spoiled brat kids did though.
I do think they make quality products but I don't like being pigeonholed with technology. I said no thanks when I got an ipod as I gift and could not put my music on it from another device or, they made it cumbersome to do so. They'll get what's coming to them though. Same thing that happened during the eighties where they get greedy and drive people away.
originally posted by: MisterSpock
The solution is obvious.
Apple needs to come out with a simple wallet design with the appropriate material to keep the apple credit card safe.
I'm sure it will be a nice wallet and a bargain at only 249.99 to boot.