“On one hand, it seems a little unsubtle for Apple. A little too strongly branded,” Brownlee writes. “Apple usually places their logo on their devices so that it faces away from the device’s owner…”
MacDailyNews Take: Oh, really?
Brownlee writes, “Apple wants other people to know you’re using one of their products, not constantly bludgeon you with their brand.”
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MacDailyNews Take: We don’t feel bludgeoned. Look at your Apple Magic Mouse and then flip it over – it’s one of the most heavily-used Apple devices ever made and it’s Apple logoed front and back.