Thursday, January 28, 2010
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.