Tuesday, October 6, 2009

New Apple Product called "i" - the permanent personal internet connection

"Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings."

Apple is planning introduction of a new product called i, also being marketed as iTablet.
A small unassuming pill, that when taken, the surrounding digestible case dissolves, exposing the microchip within. This chip is a microscopic version (in construction) of its cousin, the SIM chip. Once the protective casing is digested, the enclosed chip passes through the GI tract, where it becomes attached to the small intestine. Once there, the board on which the microscopic circuit is designed, begins to grow into the cellular structure of the inner wall of the small intestine via a complex and newly patented microchip biotechnological breakthrough.
After firmly establishing itself as a permanent part of the human body (usually after 7-10 business days), the chip enables the carrier (human) to connect with the internet anywhere in the world. The human body acts as a wireless internet signal carrier and makes all external modems, broadband cards, etc. not only unnecessary, but obsolete.

The technology has been available for quite some time, but because of threats from many broadband carriers and equipment manufacturers, the release to the general public has been delayed....until now. A spokesman for Apple Europe, Ltd. said "We became increasingly wary to release any information on the technology during the conception to Beta stages, but have now been assured safety by reaching agreements with competitors in the market". Off record, the source divulged that total amounts exceeding ten billion dollars had been paid to competitors as part of an arrangement for release of the chip.

A price range estimated at $200-300, with a release date of November 11th, 2009 is expected for the "i".

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