Tech firms embrace the art of ‘dumbing down’

A handful of companies are turning to the artful arts of making cheap and easy hardware to reduce clutter in a bid to boost consumer adoption of their wares.

The companies are using the internet to spread a digital version of the “dumbing-down” art that can be done in a fraction of the time.

As of Tuesday, Apple’s website was displaying an image of a man sitting on a couch, the same image as in the original, with a note stating that “a good chair can make a huge difference in how you feel.”

A “chair” could be a table, a desk or a desk chair, but it can also be anything with a handle or a seat, the note reads.

Apple’s website is one of several that have sprung up to make it easier for people to browse through its vast library of Apple products.

The company said in a blog post that the design of the new design for the iPhone is designed to be as user-friendly as possible.

“The new iPhone is not only about a better, more beautiful iPhone, but about a new way of thinking about what it means to be a human being,” the company wrote.

It also said that the new iPhone design “empowers people to take control of their digital lives, to use their phones as tools of choice and to have an intimate and personal connection to their devices.”

Apple said that while the redesign of the iPhone will not be a permanent change, it does not mean the company is abandoning the original design.

It added that it will continue to innovate with new features, including Siri, the virtual assistant that lets users control their iPhones with voice commands.

While the redesign will help people get used to using the iPhone, it will not change how the iPhone functions, Apple said.

In addition, the redesign includes some tweaks to the interface that make it simpler for users to control the phone using voice commands, such as switching to a menu option in the top right corner.

Apple also said in the post that Apple Pay, the new mobile payments system that it launched last month, is also a better fit for a device with fewer buttons and a bigger screen than the iPhone.

Apple Pay is designed for people who do not have a credit card, and requires customers to have a valid credit or debit card to make purchases.

The company also announced plans to add new services and products to Apple Pay starting next month.

A look at the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C in their current states.

Apple is rolling out a new iPhone in five colors and two models, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

It will be the company’s first iPhone since the iPhone 4S, and it will be sold in the United States starting next week.

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