Derogatory term for Apple's integrated user interface experience for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (and more loosely Apple computers). Reference is to a mass suicide/murder by a religious group who were given Koolaid laced with poison by their leaders. The implication is using one Apple product leads to acceptance of others.
He can't buy an iPod because he's afraid once he drinks Apple's iKoolaid he'll end up with the whole suite Then all his friends will raze him about all his anti-Apple rants.
Any of Apple's devices whose name begins with the two letter sequence, "iP," i.e. an iPhone, iPad, or iPod (Touch).
Generally iPx is used to avoid specifying which particular device a person or group of people are using.
If the person is talking about communication between iPx devices the reference would exclude all iPods except the iPod Touch because the other iPods can not access the World Wide Web directly.
Plural is either "iPxs" or "iPxes."
The wife and I are not going to travel this Christmas, but we'll video chat with everyone because we all have at least one iPx.
The grand parents on their iPxes will get to see the little ones open presents in real time.
An older person addicted to using bunches of apps
on his or her smart phone
. Especially someone overly eager to share TMI
about what apps they use.
An important distinction is the person doesn't just have the apps loaded on their phone, but uses them.
Dude: My grandpa tracks his diet, blood pressure, weight, exercise regimen, stock prices, medication schedule, all the family pictures, and tracks everyone's birthday with his smart phone, but doesn't have a single game on the darn thing.Dudette
: He sounds like a real appasaurus.
Dude: Yeah, but I can't complain too much. He just deposited $50 to my checking account, for my birthday, from his phone. Before he got the phone he never remembered my birthday.