Written by Charpa93
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Topics: iphone 4, 50 Cent

Saturday, 17 July 2010

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Thanks 50 Cent!

Those of you who are thinking, "Wow, just one day after we find out rapper 50 Cent is marketing a sure-fire solution for getting rid of ants, he's now going to be a hero in the iPhone 4 debaucle. Can it get any better than this in the entertainment AND the business world? Apparently not.

Before you get all excited over this news thinking that 50 Cent is some kind of genius, the 50-cent solution to fix the apple iPhone 4 antenna problem is just that, a 50-cent solution. It has nothing to do with the rapper 50 Cent, although it certainly would appear that way if you read the title of this article just so.

The 50-cent solution was introduced today, rather, by none other than Steve Jobs himself, who claims that every Apple iPhone 4 owner is going to get a free bumper to encase their phones so that the antenna will get better reception, and users won't get cut off in the middle of whatever they are doing.

But it's free, you may be saying. There is no 50-cent solution. Au contraire, mon frère. We're pretty sure that 50 cents is about all Apple has to spend per unit to make these bumpers that will revolutionize the way iPhone 4's are used. Not a bad fix, not a bad price. Not a bad attempt at milking as much as possible out of the phrase "50-Cent Solution."

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