The Banned iPhone 5 Promo Video Apple Never Released [Video]



Every promotional video Apple releases is oozing with ridiculous hype and self-importance. They’re beautiful and annoying at the same time. And as soon as Apple announces a new product you can be sure that 137 different parody videos will hit  YouTube the very next day

Most of the Apple parody videos rehash the same old jokes. Are they still funny anymore? I don’t know. But the guys at JLE have been making Apple parody videos for years now and just released their banned iPhone 5 promo video that is full of laughs. Check it out.

Steve Jobs Raps About The iPhone 5, Bashes Tim Cook In Humorous Parody Video [Humor]



Bored of all iPhone 5 and iPad mini rumors? How about a little light-hearted rap to brighten up your day? Check out this hilarious parody video  from Mondo, in which a Steve Jobs hologram appears at an Apple event to rap about the iPhone 5 and puts Tim Cook in his place.

The clip contains some obscenities, but I think you’ll agree it’s pretty funny without being too irreverent.

Source: YouTube

Via: Today’s iPhone

iPhone 5 Perfectly Suited To People Who Take Pictures Of Their Food [Humor]


"These pictures look so good that nobody would ever imagine you lie awake at night wondering why you can't feel happiness."

Apple parody commercials are nothing new, but this is the first I’ve seen for the upcoming iPhone 5. According to video artist and creator Adam Sacks, Apple’s next iPhone will be perfectly suited to those who feel the need to take pictures of their food “to create the illusion of a fulfilling life.”

Apple Looking For Lead Design Engineers To Make The iPizza A Reality

Conceptual mock-up of what the iPizza might look like.
Conceptual mock-up of what the iPizza might look like.

Apple has begun a hiring push to find lead design engineers to help them make the long-rumored iPizza a reality, Cult of Mac has exclusively learned.

The advert, posted today on Apple’s jobs board, calls for a candidate with at least four years experience in the Neapolitan supply chain. Intriguingly, one of the skills required for the position is the “ability to hand stretch the pizza (without using a rolling pin),” suggesting that the new iPizza will be built with a revolutionary new manufacturing process.

Talk of an iPizza is not new. Over the years, Steve Jobs was spotted many times in Silicon Valley researching slices of pizza, leading to ongoing speculation that Apple was interested in entering the saucy Italian pie industry.

Scoopertino: Apple to Re-Release Apple II, the Computer Which Started It All [Humor]



Breaking fake news site Scoopertino is reporting that Apple has decided to take a retro approach with their new product offering, a re-release of the venerable Apple II microcomputer. An Apple press release (apparently) notes:

The Apple II gave birth to the computer industry. Now it’s pregnant again — this time with unlimited possibilities.