Saturday, May 8, 2010

The iSup device from APPLE coming soon. From the makers of iPod, iPhone and iPad
Negative feedback from Apple's iPad User Annoyance Group (UAG) has expedited Apple R&D to launch the next generation of wireless mobile devices. In the third quarter of 2010 the world will be introduced to brand new technology from Apple and Boehringer-Ingelheim. An undisclosed source
says the new product addresses elbow space with mobile technology on public transportation, whether it be airplanes, buses or trains. 
"iPad users need more elbow room than ever. Bumping elbows with neighbors in adjoining seats is unacceptable behavior from our iCommunity"
— an undisclosed source.

The iSup, in alpha testing, is designed to give customers a greater user experience without the elbow annoyance factor. iSup combines two devices, linked via a wireless connection. The iDisplay is about the size of an iPad without the touch screen. The iDisplay links to a wireless controller about the size of a D Cell battery. The suppository device contains nano-technology activated by intestinal bacteria and creates a Colonet™, transmitting directly to the iDisplay. Since iSup is controlled like a touch-pad via the sphincter, elbow space becomes a non-issue. Engineers promise a smaller version of iSup when it is released into beta testing.  Alpha testers can operate the iSup for up to two hours before muscle fatigue sets in--Interaction designers are working on less muscle movement to extend dexterity and usefulness.

Apple Inc.(Public, NASDAQ:AAPL) designs and creates iPod and iTunes, Mac laptop and desktop computers, the OS X operating system, and the revolutionary iPhone and iPad.