The breaking star at Apple's MacBook Pro event is a $ 19 cleaning suit
Who cares about the new MacBook Pros or the AirPods 3? I'll tell you who: losers. With only one product worth launching our attention at the Apple event in October. And that, my friends, is maternity cleaning clothes.
Shh, don't worry. I understand you. I know how you live. And that means that you are currently reading these words on a screen with a thick coating of grime on it. No need to be embarrassed - it's normal. It's completely normal. Don't be ashamed.
But in another sense, more true, be amazed. You're a dirty, dirty grammar.
Don't worry though, Apple still loves you despite your cracks. That's why you can now buy a cleaning cloth on his website for the very low and very reasonable price of $ 19.
This will have been familiar to Apple users for a long time, as many have experienced something like this with their past purchases.
That was a mistake.
If you've ever bought an Apple product and have a fancy print with it, you now owe $ 19 per piece of clothing to Apple. If you do not refund the company, your kidneys will be cut.
Apple does the right thing, not the easy thing
On the other hand, you could be spending nearly $ 20 on a piece of clothing that you can buy elsewhere for a fraction of the old lucrative profit. On the other hand, what are you? Kind of a dirty comie or something? What you see is capitalism in a beautiful movement.
In fact, I think Apple could have done more to keep the wheels of the marketing economy crushing the bones of the poor.
Are you familiar with these stickers that come with Apple products? We will stop that practice immediately. You can sell these items for at least $ 10. While we're at it, how do we get rid of these "health and safety" booklets? If you want to be risk free, you have to pay.
If the company really wants to build the ante though, I know how to properly add the Apple Polishing Cloth: a screen cleaner. But not only any screen cleaner.
How about Apple getting some of these brain engineers and scientists to create a display that can only be cleaned with a specific liquid. Anything else, whether water or alcohol, completely destroys it.
It would bring down what non-economists like myself would call "double trouble." With it, the company not only makes money from the sale of the cleaning fluid, but they also rake it with screen repairs.
Yes, I think we can all agree that the problem with Apple cleaning clothes is that it doesn't go far enough. Fortunately, there is still time.