But a new desktop computer fails to support the statement. Apple did not manufacture any of the components inside, and the design has been universally compared to a bin.
“Apple can’t innovate, my ass”
That was awkward. The comment was followed by uncomfortable laughter. This was meant to be a statement of confidence, but instead it revealed one of the corporation’s biggest insecurities and the most worrying criticism.
Meanwhile, Google and Apple are deliberately falsifying accounts in order to avoid paying billions in taxes in the US, UK, and other countries — cash which would help to fund public health among many other essential front-line public services in those territories where Google makes plenty of cash and relies on public services for their own use — e.g. the trains their staff catch to work and the hospitals that threat them when they are ill, etc.
This leaves ordinary hard-working people facing rising taxes and reduced services to try and pick up the slack, while Google builds another private airport exclusively for the fleets of private jets owned by its own executives. Google’s top three execs have 8 private jets between them. They are swimming in cash, have much more than they could ever need, and yet they are refusing to pay taxes like everybody else when they can afford it better than most.