Apple: people mispronounce the names of our products

Vice President of worldwide product marketing Apple Phil Schiller said that users very often make a mistake when talking about iPhone, iPad and Mac. His revelations a top Manager has shared in the microblog Twitter.

Many English-speaking people, according to Schiller, are wrong when you say the name “Apple” gadgets in the plural. For example, when talking about multiple Apple smartphones, you can often hear “iPhones (iPhones). However, this is a mistake, he said. To mention a few gadgets that you should say “iPhone smartphones” smartphone (iPhone) or “iPhone devices” (devices the iPhone).

Apple gadgets should not be spoken in the plural, but so do many users, said Schiller. He cited the example of Macs. Instead of the phrase “I have three Mac’s” correct to say “I have three computers Mac”.

Schiller explained that some words in English are used equally in singular and plural “deer” (deer) and “clothes” (clothes). Can’t say I saw 10 deers”. Similarly be wrong to say “I’ve owned 10 different iPads” (I Have 10 different iPads), and the right to say “I’ve owned 10 different iPad tablets” (I have 10 different tablets iPad).

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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