The Apple Store For Education Makes Mistakes, Too

Reader Patrick sends the above screen grab with the comforting email subject line: “No Worries– Can’t Spell Either.”

At least Walmart and I are not alone out there.

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  1. SBR249 says:

    Maybe it’s a gimmick to promote Shure-branded earphones. Of course, it would work a lot better with a picture of the said earphones beside it instead of an iMac.

  2. thetanooki says:

    At first, I wasn’t shure witch word was mispelled, but then I figured that configuration MUST have been the word, sinze it was highlited..and its a big word!

  3. PatrickIs2Smart says:

    Apple Store for Educashun.

  4. malarkey21 says:

    Onee oof thee Confiigurations haas too manny eyees inn itt.

  5. retailwhore says:

    Apple asks you, “Is our children learning?”

  6. xboxishuge says:

    Jesus, I hurt my eyes trying to see the typo. I think I’m cross-eyed now.

  7. KJones says:

    This, from the same company that told us to “Think Different”.

    Why am I not surprised?

  8. rjhiggins says:

    Not sure I want to start the debate all over again, but a very compelling argument can be made that there’s nothing wrong with “Think Different.”

  9. n/a says:

    I had to look for that damn error, now I see it, please next time post a better image.

  10. Andrew says:

    It’s still there.

    I found it at []

  11. KJones says:


    As Apple might say it, there is only a debate among those who can’t talk proper or can’t speak good. Such people aren’t high educated in English grammar, which is clear seen by those who are.

    Don’t tell me you find that paragraph incomprehensible. It was you who said such errors are perfectly acceptable.

  12. Voyou_Charmant says:

    @D3Anon: srsly