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An Apple a day

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Ayano Tominaga poses with her new Apple iPhone 7 after purchasing it at the Apple Store at Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district on Friday morning.

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Steve Jobs pillow? Seems a bit tacky.

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Congratulations ...... I guess (??)

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Fangirls like that would make me want to be a fanboy.

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Ohhh gods, big deal...

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Don't believe the hype.

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The pillow scares me.

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Apple fan sheep would accept any piece of crap Apple throws at them. The iPhone 7 is the perfect proof for that... Jeeeezzz...

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I want to die and be reincarnated as a Steve Jobs pillow.

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Another iphone? Can we go back to the Nokia days?

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No thanks to the pillow. The phone, though, I look forward to the phone.

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There were less Isheeps than previous years, not that is over,,,Waiting for the Iphone 7s in the next 5 months!!

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@paulinusa:

So are apple's prices.

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Caption should be "An iPhone 7 poses with its proud buyer......"

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What a creepy pillow!

Hard to think someone could bite this pillow.

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Hard to think someone could bite this pillow. actually as you sleep you bank account is secretly drained of cash!

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An Apple a day makes my wallet cry everyday!

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Isn't that a Tim Cook pillow? I don't think that's Stevo.

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Speed. That's Jobs alright. Still making money from the grave.

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@ Speed

U wot m8? Clearly you have absolutely no idea what either Tim Cook or Steve Jobs look like. Nice try though.

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Such disrespect.

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very tacky, very disrespectful.

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Here's the scoop on cost savings for those who think you have to be rich to use Apple products: they last a long time! I mean a long usable life. Plus, the security is the best of any other phone or computer. I've been using only Apple products since 1986 when I bought an American Mac Plus which I could just insert a Japanese word processing program and write in Japanese! I don't know how long it took Windows to be able to do that, unless you bought a Japanese specific computer. Anyway, I'm still using an iPhone 5 every day, nary one single problem with it! Saving money, that's what I'm about.

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Here's the scoop on cost savings for those who think you have to be rich to use Apple products: they last a long time! I mean a long usable life.

Yeah, my business partner crunched a bunch of numbers a few years back, and figured we save something like 20-30% over time by using Macs in our office, due to less replacement of computers, less downtime from computers that aren't working, and needing less IT staff to set up our networks etc.

We don't supply phones for our staff though.

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@GyGene: i partly agree with you: apple makes highest quality tech. but they limit you to death. what the hell can i do with a super-duper-ipad-hyper-pro. i can do real work with any windows laptop that i cant do on super expensive long life ipad. apple stuff is good for socializing and for fun, nothing more. and for most people, that's enough.

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apple stuff is good for socializing and for fun, nothing more.

Considering it's the industry standard in most tech (outside Japan that is), you're entirely wrong with that statement.

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Can I come home with you and learn how to use it Honey "; OMG...cutie.

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That waifu pillow though...

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I'm still using my 4S!!!! I've changed the battery about 4 times too! I don't need an iPhone 7......

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Kurisupisu: I have a 4S, it was FLAWLESS when I got it, and it was STILL working; just fine, right up to the point when I made the mistake of turning OFF the Wi-Fi switch...then, it never wanted to come back ON. It's a paperweight now.

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Lucky lady! Mine is on order, can't wait to get it!

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