23 April 2013

Steve Wozniak on Apple and future shocks: the mystery remark explained

According to this report, Steve Wozniak is optimistic regarding the Apple's future:

So I would guess that Apple is very well prepared, and working on new things that are going to surprise and shock us all.
Wozniak was coy and didn't say more. However, a keen observer knows how to get to the truth. Here it is:
Family heirlooms are often packed away for safe keeping. For one man from China, hiding a 26-carat black diamond worth $14.5 million was not in his plans.

A businessman from Hong Kong commissioned craftsman Stuart Hughes of Liverpool to help him show off his family treasure.

The result? An iPhone 5 boasted by Hughes to be "the world's most expensive phone," valued at $15 million.

According to Hughes' website, this iPhone includes 600 flawless white diamonds, a full solid gold dressing and 53 diamonds on the rear that make up the iconic Apple logo.
Now you know too. Are you shocked? I am...


SnoopyTheGoon said...

I'll bet he wears a Rolex, too. Tastelessness seems to lean toward Rolexes.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Yes. Rolex is strong on diamonds.