Thursday, January 28, 2010

iPad Presentation Overshadowed by iPad Jokes

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Apple chief executive Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad touch-screen computer at the Yerba Buena Center. The middle ground between a laptop and an iPhone, no one paid attention to Job's demonstration because the crowd was busy making tampon jokes. "Does it have a string attached to it?" quipped tech writer Angelina Meeble. "I can't wait for some chick in the next stall to ask if I've got a spare iPad." Jobs attempted to quell the humor, but finally settled for teasing Apple's next two products: a new laptop known as the iEnema and a new version of the iPhone called iCyst.


Toaster 802 said...

You left out that the iPad with a larger hard drive and more memory is called the iMaxi. And the warning that if you leave the iPad on too long, you could get toxic shock syndrome when the battery shorts out a delivers a taser like discharge to the nearest geek...

Ling Carter said...

Cogent points.

This could annihilate the crowd at Comic Con.