Apple Store's New Credit Card Tech is Most Reliable Yet

By Ashley Feinberg on at

Because it was invented some time in the 1940s.

In the wake of what appears to be a global iTunes/App Store outage, Apple Store employees (at least those in the UK, where this picture was taken) are resorting to some severely old school methods of payment.

Yes, that is a manual, carbon copy credit card imprinter. Or for the kids out there, this thing:

The future! [The Next Web]