The iBuy Keyboard: What Every Apple Owner Needs [Humour]

This is something I’ve been waiting for because waiting in line for Apple product launches (although fun) just takes too much time:

Here’s what an Apple spokesperson had to say:

“Who cares where the letters are located when it’s so easy to buy a new iPad?” says Henneman.

Some more relevant information:

When a Buy key is pressed, the transaction is instant. There’s not even a confirmation screen. So you can literally buy an Apple device while composing an email, enhancing a photo or building a spreadsheet — without a moment’s distraction.

The iBuy keyboard, however, is not without its downsides.

Edith Winestock, a Kansas City widow, reportedly received 16 iPods, 32 iPads, 22 iPhones and 16 iMacs, thanks to the frequent key-presses performed by her cat, Jingles. Apple accepted the returns, charging only a 15% restocking fee.

I’m wondering if the Canadian version would be modified to get assess to our RRSPs instead. This is going to be revolutionary. I can just feel it. Who wants one?

[Scoopertino]

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  • Tom

    I’ll take 2!

  • Anonymous

    What? No “Easy” button?

  • Anonymous

    There should be a “Surprise Me” button too.  For those moments when you don’t care what you get as long as it’s something new from Apple.