Friday, May 1, 2015

The sweet tears of hipsters

Ironic irony is ironic:
A number of early Apple Watch adopters have complained that their tattoos cause an interference with many of the new product’s key features.


According to multiple tattooed sources, inked wrists and hands can disrupt communication with the wearable’s sensors installed in the underside of the device leading to malfunction.

Owners of Apple Watch have taken to social media to voice their frustration using the hashtag #tattoogate and sharing their disappointment over the newly discovered Apple flaw.
"Tattoogate".  LOL.

Hipster got to hip.

9 comments:

drjim said...

I'm shocked and heartbroken over this outrage!


--NOT--

Paul Bonneau said...

Why do people tattoo? It makes no sense to me. Are the things you think important enough to put on your skin at age 20 still going to seem appropriate at age 50? Don't people change?

Old NFO said...

Snerk... Gotta love it...

WoFat said...

What a shame. Guess they'll have to use house paint.

Dave H said...

I thought hipsters liked irony.

Not when it happens to them I guess.

matism said...

Also does not work properly for "people of color". But then is anyone surprised that a company as politically correct as Apple did not test their product on Blacks or Hispanics? I bet they did plenty of queer testing, however...
}:-]

ProudHillbilly said...

Just wait until the skin sagging of 60 - 70.

genericviews said...

Sounds like an integration problem to me. Maybe user error. The watch functions perfectly. Your skin is the problem.

LSP said...

Snort...