How to get rid of the annoying ‘Adam’s apple’
Apple has released a free app for its iPad that promises to eliminate the annoying “Adam’s Apple” app.
The app, dubbed “Adam, the apple” and featuring a live stream of Adam’s apple and a host of other gadgets, has been in beta for about three months, according to Apple.
Apple’s app was initially intended to be a way to get people to “play” games or share videos with friends.
But the developer, Adam Oberg, says the app’s real purpose is to help users get rid from annoying “Apple” apps, which typically appear on a device when a user turns on the device.
Adam, the Apple app says, “can be annoying.
It can be annoying for a lot of people.
But when you know the reasons why it’s annoying, it gets a lot less annoying.”
Users can opt out of the app by visiting the app settings and selecting the “Uninstall Apple” option, and the app will be removed from the device within 24 hours.
Apple says the Apple “Apple app is not designed to take over your iPad and can be removed at any time.
But if you do want to continue using Apple apps, it’s helpful to disable Apple apps and other Apple-related content before you leave.”
The developer’s Twitter account has been active for months, with several updates since the release of the iOS 9.3 beta.
The Twitter account is still being updated.