Apple has been accused of some pretty heinous things, but its latest controversy is pretty egregious. The tech company was just about to add a new bagel to its emoji line-up, but the sad little breakfast staple was met with outcry from bagel lovers who said the bagel looked “factory-produced,” dry and unappetizing. Twitter users were quick to jump on the controversy, calling on Apple to change the image, according to Business Insider... (Date:10/16/2018 15:54) Read full article >>

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