Dear fans, we hope you enjoyed answering all of our Apple themed questions in our iOS 7 quiz. Here are all the answers:
Question 1 – Which country is thisÂ ? A: USA. The screenshot is from New York, the most famous Big Apple in the world! Make sure to calculate the route there, especially during the famous Manhattanhenge (40.742055, -74.006867)
Question 2 â€“ This apple is BIG, but in which country is it located? A: Â Canada! Yes, the â€śbig appleâ€ť is actually located in Ontario, Canada. If you like apples, make sure to drop by (44.022308, -77.90588) According to Yelp reviews we saw in CoPilot, their apple pies are gooooooooooooooood.
Question 3 – In which country was apple pie invented? A: England. Even though itâ€™s been said thereâ€™s nothing more American than apple pie, apple pie was created originally in medieval England with early apple pie recipes dating back to 1381. The following apple pie recipe comes from a cookbook Â originally compiled 1390 A.D. by the master cooks of King Richard II and presented afterwards to Queen Elizabeth, by Edward Lord Stafford.
XXIII. For To Make Tartys in Applis Tak gode Applys and gode Spryeis and Figys and reyfons and Perys and wan they are wel ybrayed co-lourd wyth Safron wel and do yt in a cofyn and do yt forth to bake well.
Want to taste original medieval apple pie? Now you can in Medieval Banquet restaurant in London (51.507928, -0.071157) http://www.medievalbanquet.com/
Question 4 â€“ In which country is the worldâ€™s largest Apple Store? A: Netherlands! The largest Apple store is in Amsterdam (52.364489, 4.882551) expanding over 11,000 square feet. It also employs over 300 Apple employees who speak 14 different languages.
Question 5 – Which countryâ€™s hotel is famous for giving their guests 24-karat gold iPads to use during their stay? A: United Arab Emirates. The luxurious Burj Al Arab hotel (25.141788, 55.185482) allows their guests to use these unique gold plated 64GB iPads. If the guests particularly like the hotel’s golden iPads, they can buy 64GB versions for just $10,200. The Bespoke Boutique also carries golden iPad minis, goldenÂ iPhoneÂ 5, and gold-plated versions ofÂ BlackBerry’s Q10.
Question Â 6 â€“which country is home to the Pink Lady, the â€śqueen of applesâ€ť? A: Australia. Pink Lady, known as the Queen of apples, was developed in the 1970s by John Cripps in Western Australia. Today, it is still Australiaâ€™s favourite apple and is now grown in around 15 different countries and sold across more than 30 countries worldwide
Question 7 â€“ Golf and apple â€“ perfect match. The question is: in which country you can hit the golf ball onto an apple shaped island? A: USA. If you love golf and Apple, calculate your route via The Apple Tree Golf Course in Yakima Valley, Washington (46.563655, -120.625874) Its 17th hole is on an island shaped like an apple.
Our quiz winners are:
Q1: Marinho Morais
Q2: MichalÂ MishoÂ ZuĹˇÄŤĂˇk
Q3: Richard Nilsen
Q4: Martin Lamb
Q5: Dave Pablo Patterson
Q6: Andrew Mundy
Q7: Juan Pons Egea
Q1: Simone Bissi
Q2: Igor Strelnikov
Q3: Paul King
Q4: Yogesh Shauhan
Q5: Antonio Gambacorta
Q6: Franck Maillard
Q7: John Kissane
And the special surprise package goes to Stephen Wing (Google+) andÂ Pradeep Prabhakaran (Facebook) for answering ALL the questions correctly!
Congratulations to all our winners – enjoy the fruit of your labors If you didnâ€™t win, donâ€™t worry. Something bigger and more APPLELICIOUS is coming up â€“ stay tuned!