Bar-None This is the Best Coverage of Apple's Press Event

Tuesday, September 10, 2013 - 01:10 PM

PopSci's Dan Nosowitz is covering the Apple press event today from his cracked, broken iPhone 4S

 

greetings! I'm live blogging today's iPhone event, at which we're expecting to see at least one new iPhone, from my old iPhone 4S, which is moderately broken. There's a hairline crack on the left side of the screen, which is unsightly and also sometimes makes it hard to select things on that side. The back is pretty much shattered, which is a recent development. (I put the iPhone on the armrest of my couch and the. N kicked it off while napping, like a dog having dreams about chasing squirrels except I think that day I literally had a dream in which I bought too many radishes (???).)

12:15: haha omg HTML is SUCH A BITCH to use on an iPhone. This is going to be slow as hell. Also my phone is already VERY hot from the effort of just setting up this post.

12:18: the cracks on the back of the phone are shedding small shards of glass into my palm.

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Dana Franchitto from S. Wellfleet, MA.02663

Give them free Pr and commercial exposure why don't you? So much for "journalism ,free of commercial influence" on "public" radio.

Sep. 10 2013 03:04 PM

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