Last night, at the end of the debate, one of the questions asked how to bring back the production of the iPhone, iPad and other Apple products back to the US. I don’t plan to get political here but there were some funny tweets going on at that point during the debate. Some were more serious. Here are a few I saw. Send me any that I missed!
How’s the map app on the counterfeit iPhone 5?
— Mo Rocca (@MoRocca) October 17, 2012
— Chip Dizárd (@chipdizard) October 17, 2012
China’s climbin in yo windows. Hackin yo computer’s up. Tryin’ ta counterfeit em. So you need to hide yo iPad. Hide yo iPhone. #debate
— Annie (@annielkozak) October 17, 2012
Romney using the counterfeit Apple Store in China as an example? He did that to show he actually know what an iPhone is, right? #debate
— Aimee Giese (@Greeblemonkey) October 17, 2012
“You want a $10,000 iPhone?Yeah, didn’t think so.Those iPhones will still be made in China.Next question.” – Obama #debate
— matt haze (@MattHaze) October 17, 2012
— YoungmanWisdom (@YoungmanWisdom) October 17, 2012
Somebody needs to punish China for their cheap manufacturing of devices!!! -from Twitter for iPhone
— Trevor S (@trevso_electric) October 17, 2012
I’m hoping that at some point when these two are arguing truth, one pulls out an iPhone and asks Siri. #Debate2012
— Eric Ladin (@EricLadin) October 17, 2012
— Peter Romano (@PeterRomano) October 17, 2012