UnNews:Apple iRon G4 debuts

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The first generation iRon G4

In a dramatic move to dominate the market of household electronics Apple, the popular and somewhat garish computer company introduced its revolutionary product today, the iRon G4. The first iRons should begin shipping early next year.

UnNews sources confirm that iRon's internal components include a brand new (NOS) G4 CPU (Which is thought to have ran at 900 Mhz), 64MB RAM and a blazing fast ATI Radeon 6500 with 8MB of Video RAM, making it the world's fastest ironing machine. It also provides variable heat for a wide range of fabrics from silk to burlap via the jog shuttle control.

The second-generation iRon (still in development) is thought to include 4 Nvidia 8800GTX GPUs, 2 Intel QX6700 CPUs, 16 GB of RAM, and pretty much every other top-of-the-line part you could imagine. Estimated cost: $65,000. The second generation's colors have not been leaked yet, but they (like every Apple product) will be anywhere between the day and a month before release.

The iRon, the first Apple-branded iron, will be available in four color versions which are aimed to correspond with the popular and now obsolete iPod Minis - bright violet, funky purple, girlish pink and glorious reddish-blue.

To avoid disappointment, Apple recommends immediate pre-order purchase of the iRon with a pair of iScissors, an iShoehorn, and the complete line of iDiot home products (sold separately, batteries not included).

Apple also planned to release the all-new iBrator next month.


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