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Why do Apple Customers always end up being Robbed by Apple Employees?


Apple announced two new members to their iPhone family on 9th September 2014. Introduced the world, with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which has a larger screen size than iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. These new phones were launched on September 17th in US and by the end of the 2014 all over the world (115 countries). And recently they have come up with Apple Watch.

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Well, thats not enough. There has been this patented Apple confidence and charisma in selling products that they seriously need to get rid of. With that consistent approach since years, it seems that they might be training their employees to mug customers with a smile on face. If you are an Apple buyer, this funny cartoon about Apple’s Employees may surely give you a mini heart attack!


And that’s how you’re robbed by Apple!

Jokes apart! If you’re hungry about iPhone 6 details, here is everything you need to know about iPhone 6 and a brief comparison between Apple Watch, Pebble Watch and Asus Zenwatch.

With the increase in size, it seems they are failing their own marketing strategies. Have a look at this quick TV ad about iPhone 5 and Apple bragging about the phone size that fits in hand.




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