An alleged glitch in Apple’s ‘Find My iPhone’ feature has led numerous people in the Richmond, Texas area to the door of resident Scott Schuster, who then has to explain to them that he doesn’t have their phone. Sounds like a great place to set up shop with a trench
This is some home security cam footage of a charging iPhone 4 spontaneously combusting. Now I know what you’re thinking, “An iPhone 4, really? Those came out way back in 2010 — they probably aren’t even compatible with today’s electricity.” And I’d be inclined to agree with you if I
This is a video documenting launch day of the iMac at a CompUSA store in Alexandria, Virginia on August 15, 1998 — just over 24 years ago. The interviews with the Apple reps and customers are great. As my mom would say, it’s a real hoot. I remember when I
This is clip from America’s Got Talent (questionable if this is supposed to be a good example) of crossbow grandma Silvia Silvia (aka Silvia two-times) shooting an apple above her own head via a crossbow chain reaction — shooting one target which causes another crossbow to fire at another target
This is a video of Buster getting caught after trying to run away from home like I did when I was six. I packed enough peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to almost last an hour! The guy in the video is able to track Buster thanks to an Apple AirTag
These are two videos of South Korean a cappella group Maytree performing Windows and iPhone sound effects with nothing but their mouths. Most impressive. For reference, when I was in business school my classmates and I once passed an egg down the line using nothing but spoons in our mouths.
An apple a day, am I right? “What about them?” Great with peanut butter or cheese, much harder to eat plain. This is a video of Slow Mo Guy Gavin spinning an apple in a jet of compressed air until it explodes, filmed at 28,500 frames/second so he can actually
This is some worthwhile vintage video presumably uncovered from the ashes of a bygone civilization of people shopping for computers at an electronics store in 1994. My my, a 160 megabyte hard drive and 4 megabytes of RAM?! Say no more, sir, I am SOLD. By the way, what do