The success of the App Store, from Apple's point of view
You love Apple. You love iPhones. You love iPhone apps. You love them so much you bought the I'm Rich application for $999 and still have realised what a prize twat that makes you. You have hundreds of the little bastards in your phones, to the point you've no more screens to display them on. Yet you keep buying iPhone applications, deleting the old ones as you go.
But you're not the only one. There are thousands of you. Millions of you. So how does all that stupidity look from Apple's point of view? When 50 million iPhone users are pissing money up the wall on virtual fart machines and animated Chuck Norris kung-fu video games, what do they see?
Unveiled at Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference in San Francisco on Monday, the television that Steve Jobs has fitted to his bedroom ceiling. The 20 cinema displays display the 20,000 best selling apps - when one is purchased, it oscillates in a highly pleasurable manner. It's the sight of a metric fuckton of money raining into Apple's bank account every second:
For videos of this pleasure-pumping technology at work, check out Apple Insider.