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  • His letter is full of Cupertinian hyperbole: "this pioneering digital venture, fully championed by Steve Jobs and the rest of his team at Apple, establishes an entirely new category of delivery and consumption."

    Gizmodo

  • Some clarity is beginning to emerge, however: at least 164 iPhone 4 owners (72 per cent of 231) are "Very Satisfied" with their Cupertinian smartphones, and AT&T is a millstone around Apple's neck.

    The Register

  • If you already own your "magical and revolutionary" Cupertinian tablet, you can choose to keep your current $29.99 unlimited plan or switch to the DataPro plan.

    The Register

  • Cook's answer was larded with Cupertinian marketingspeak.

    The Register

  • The wireless carrier, based in Bellevue, Washington - a stone's throw from Microsoft's Redmond digs - will slip apostate iPhone owners $100 to $350 if they trade in their working Cupertinian smartphones for HTC's

    The Register

  • According to the tipster, Jobs did most of the talking - with one snippet of overhead conversation being the Cupertinian saying: "They're going to see it all eventually, so who cares how they get it."

    The Register

  • While we applaud KCR's good ol 'American ambulance chasingresourcefulness in trying to scare up a gaggle of clients in order to tilt against Cupertinian windmills, we fear that their quest may be a quixotic one.

    The Register

  • A California law firm is trolling for iPhone 4 owners frustrated by flaws in their recently purchased Cupertinian handsets. pointed out by Valleywag, is the same group of worthies that sued Facebook and Zynga late last year, alleging that "Most, if not all, of the online offers presented through Zynga are scams".

    The Register

  • Should this Cupertinian vision of head-mounted kit ever traverse the long and winding road to productization, new frontiers of geekery will open up to the technologically fashion-forward.

    The Register

  • The Reg cannot resist the temptation to use an overused suffix to create a catchphrase describing Apple's slow-moving response to the firestorm of Japanese iPod offenses, perhaps to puckishly prod a Cupertinian response of "There is no Batterygate."

    The Register

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  • The scientific model holding that the earth revolves around a colossal holographic bust of Steve jobs.

    March 26, 2014

  • describing something as having come from Apple, or copied from Apple, which is based in Cupertino California

    March 26, 2014