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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Headlines From the Edge: "Jobs Defends New iPhone Without A Screen"

The new "i-WAS" is not the embarrassing failure that many claim it is, according to Apple chief Steve Jobs. "Anyone can look through a window," stated Jobs to a silent crowd. "Apple users are smarter than that. If you know what you have and know what the iWas can do, why do you need to see it?" And while nobody can say for sure that the latest gadget actually does anything (because the device's allegedly state of the art features have yet to be accessed), it is still the surprising hottest seller in a crowded e-marketplace.

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