The Mac Newb Tube

Regrets not buying AAPL stock since Jan. ’07 (85.05)

New Lawsuit accuses Apple of false Advertising, Time Capsule / Time Machine overstatement.

[UPDATE] April Fools… of course.
The Mac Newb Tube has received word that a San Francisco based law firm has brought up a law suit concerning Apple’s Time Machine and Time Capsule products. On behalf of a small tech investment firm, Silicone Heights Investment in Technology, the claims included a bolstering of the device abilities to produce effective use.
“We had promised the majority of our clients, like all of them, that we could manage their portfolios at an excess of gains higher than average”, said a senior executive. “We had plans to invest in companies like Google, Apple, and Intel, but when we found out the Apple had lied about their products, we had already lost millions in client funds.”
“I mean we were thinking ahead, for our clients. Google at $85 in 2004, Apple at $7 in 97! We would have had a very happy client base and a very happy bottom line, ” commented a stock analyst at the company. The firm is looking for compensation in not only hardware and software purchases (iMacs, Time Capsules, and OS X Leopard to name a few) but also in consumer loss of revenue.
This on the heels of a wrongful death suit last month, in which an IT professional, a Macbook Air owner, drowned in the Bahamas.

April 1, 2008 - Posted by | Apple News |


  1. Nice writing. You are on my RSS reader now so I can read more from you down the road.

    Allen Taylor

    Comment by Allen Taylor | April 1, 2008 | Reply

  2. Aww thanks. Sorry that your comment hasn’t shown up till now. My spam filter caught ya, but you are human right? đŸ˜‰

    Comment by Christopher Glisson | April 14, 2008 | Reply

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