Meet Cupidtino, a Dating Site for Apple Fans

If you love your iPad, iPod or iMac, but find it’s hard for others to understand your obsession with all things Apple, you could try finding a perfect match on a new dating website for Apple fans.

Hey, Girls, now you can find your very own Apple-loving boyfriend.

If you love your iPad, iPod or iMac, but find it’s hard for others to understand your obsession with all things Apple, you could try finding a perfect match on a new dating website for Apple fans.

Launching next month, Cupidtino is a dating site, created by fans of Apple products, will definitely help you to find that special someone – exclusively on Apple platforms, of course.

Cupid-what? If you can’t quite figure out the dating site’s name, that’s because you’re not a true Apple Lover, who would have known that Apple is headquartered in Cupertino, California.

From the landing page: “Cupidtino is a beautiful new dating site created for fans of Apple products by fans of Apple products!

Why? Diehard Mac & Apple fans often have a lot in common – personalities, creative professions, a similar sense of style and aesthetics, and of course a love for technology.

We believe these are enough reasons for two people to meet and fall in love, and so we created the first Mac-inspired dating site to help you find other Machearts around you.

On its Twitter feed, CupidtinoCA, the creators say this is no joke. “Not a prank, it’s for real,” the creators tweeted Wednesday. “You can’t sign up yet. We’ll be ready to show it off in a couple weeks. Working as fast as we can on the site and apps.”

The site will launch in June and will only be available on Apple platforms, such as the web browser Safari, as well as iPhone and iPad apps. “It’s time to share the love,” the website says.

So, if you’re desperate for a date in the meantime you could sign up for Cupidtino’s beta or even apply for a job based in, where else, Cupertino. Otherwise you’ll have to wait for its iPad and iPhone dating apps. [Cupidtino via TechCrunch]

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