bvoisin at me.com
Wed Oct 13 16:35:08 CEST 2010
Le 13 oct. 2010 à 16:19, Philip Taylor (Webmaster, Ret'd) a écrit :
> Interesting, I had never thought of it in that light.
> Maybe because I know nothing about the various I-products,
> maybe because I learned of it through the video in which
> the pronunciation of the first syllable was "ee" (ignoring
> the tone) rather than "ai" which is how I assume the
> various Apple I-whatevers are pronounced.
This was all the funnier for a French since "ee" is how French people pronounce the letter "i", so that people usually speak of ee-Tunes, ee-Mac, ee-Pod and so forth.
Oddly, though, as far as I could hear the iPhone is pronounced the proper English way. Maybe because Apple had become so popular when it was launched (which was not the case when the iMac and the iPod were launched), that there was some hype associated with it and using the proper English pronounciation was the posh way of exhibiting you're in the know.
More information about the texworks