LeTV CEO Compares Apple To Hitler In New Marketing Campaign

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This has to be one of the worst marketing campaigns we have ever seen, LeTV’s CEO thought it would be a good idea to compare Apple to Hitler in their new marketing campaign.

The company’s CEO, Jia Yueting posted the following image on Weibo, this is a new marketing campaign for the company’s first smartphone and they have compared Apple to Hitler and the Nazis.

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Inklet lets You Draw With Apple’s New Trackpad

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Apple announced a number of new MacBooks earlier this month which come with the companies new Force Touch trackpad and now there is an app called Inklet that lets you draw using the trackpad.

Inklet was created by Ten 1 Design who brought us the Pogo and Pogo Connect stylus and now they have launched this new software which makes use of Apple’s new Force Touch technology.

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Fantastical 2 For Mac Launches For £29.99 (video)

Fantastical 2 For Mac

I have been a long time users of the awesome Fantastical app both on my Mac and iOS mobile devices, and since its launch Fantastical has provided an indispensable menubar application.

This week the development team behind Fantastical have launched Fantastical 2 for Mac which has made the jump from the menu bar into a fully fledged Mac application without losing any of the convenience of the original menu bar application.

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Apple Watch Apps Land In The App Store

Apple Watch Apps

The Apple Watch will launch on the 24th of April and now a number of apps for Apple’s new smartwatch have started to turn up in the app store.

When the device was announced Apple revealed a number of third party apps developers that would be releasing apps for the Apple Watch.

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Fake Apple Store Employees Try To Get You To Buy Microsoft Devices (Video)

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A bunch of guys decided it would be a good idea to turn themselves into Apple Store employees and then try to convince customers to buy devices from Microsoft.

The four individuals dressed up like Apple Store employees and when asked about specific devices like the iPhone or iPad, they told the customers that they would be better off with a device from Microsoft.

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