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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

  • Cook's answer was larded with Cupertinian marketingspeak.

    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

  • 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

  • Cook's answer was larded with Cupertinian marketingspeak.

    The Register

  • 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

  • Cook's answer was larded with Cupertinian marketingspeak.

    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

  • 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

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

    March 26, 2014

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

    March 26, 2014