There are worse things a person can do than (while in a stall in a crowded restroom) accidentally pressing the home button on his or her iPhone as he or she presses the sleep button... which causes the phone to take a screenshot... and at full volume play the "I'M TAKING PICTURES!" shutter click sound.
And I hope I never know what those things are.
“If you’ve installed Find My iPhone on your iPhone, iPod or iPad take a look at the map on its icon. It seems to be indicating an iPhone has been located in New York City. Strange, considering Apple’s spiritual and physical home is in Cupertino, on the other side of the US. So, what’s in NYC? Steve Jobs’ Manhattan apartment perhaps? There’s a good chance. Until recently Jobs owned the only duplex apartment in the iconic San Remo building, until he sold it to U2’s Bono for $15 million.” —
I put it there because it looked terrible in San Francisco. The iPhone was originally in Africa, but a design review moved it to NYC. FACT.
“Mavis Beacon is often thought to be a living or historical figure by the public. This confusion has led many to contact the software developers seeking to speak to, interview or book Mavis for an event. Furthermore, as a result of Mavis Beacon’s continuous use in computer typing software, and her image on millions of software boxes, many consumers have reported confabulations (false memories) of Mavis Beacon winning typing contests or appearing on talk shows” —
Don’t mind me, I’m just reading up on ‘Beacon trivia.