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Technology's worst Xmas cracker jokes...!

25 Dec 2013

From everybody at Techday, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

But while you’re enjoying stuffing your face and drinking yourself into oblivion, take two minutes out of your day to check out our selection of worst tech cracker jokes.

Whether it be mocking Apple fanboys, making slanderous claims against Samsung or kicking BlackBerry while they are down, here’s our best of the worst:

How can you tell which one of your friends has the new gold iPhone 5s? Don't worry, they'll let you know.

How many designers work at Samsung? Two. One holds an iPhone, the other outlines it.

Why are PCs like air conditioners? They stop working properly if you open Windows!

According to Apple what is the leading cause of iPhones overheating? Downloading images of Katy Perry!

We live in a world where losing your iPhone is more dramatic than losing your virginity.

Women are like iPhones you have to touch them all over before they respond. Men are like BlackBerry's rub one ball and everything moves.

Someone stole my BlackBerry yesterday… It has since been returned.

All the best,

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