Satirical News Service
In a stunning display of brilliance, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed the new design of the iPhone 6 scheduled to go on sale sometime in the next quarter. In a packed press conference he showed that Apple has not lost the innovative power that was present when Steve Jobs was at the helm.
The new look is a radical departure from the old flat design. It features more pleasing curved surfaces and an overall larger footprint. They have replaced the difficult to use touch screen interface with a pleasing rotary numbered one that give the user a visual, audio and tactile confirmation for the number dialed. In a very radical departure from previous models they have gone away from focusing on "apps" and gone basic to basics of voice calls. To this end, they have completely eliminated the Graphical User Interface (LCD screen) and instead have gone to a completely audio interface. In order for the user to place a call, they have to pick up something called a "receiver" and hold it to their ear, and then proceed to use the rotary interface to "dial" the call.
Excited Apple fans are already lining up at Apple Stores to be the first to obtain this new innovative model, even though a sale date has not been announced.