CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA - With millions of technology hungry consumers looking towards Apple for the next big thing, recent rumours have surfaced that the Cupertino based company could release a revolutionary new product aimed at bedroom dwellers.
The revolutionary new product, tipped as the iBed, will apparently offer consumers the ability to sleep in their bed and have magical dreams.
According to Apple, our dreams are currently lacking in fun, inspiration, motivation and intelligence. The iBed aims to change this.
"Our brand new to market, breakthrough technology allows any potential sleeper to fall asleep almost instantly, and when they do, they will be greeted with dreams you could quite literally only dream about," Tim Cook, Apple CEO said in a press conference, describing the technology as the next big thing. "Our new technology ensures that you will have a magical sleep. I know what you are thinking, that this new technology will change everything, and it will, again."
Cook went on further to say that potential customers are very sheeplike and like drones, and he is massively looking forward to see his stock prices rise as a result of changing the bed market's landscape.
With the above in mind many technology analysts have questioned what the iBed, if indeed that's what this new product will be called, could feature. Some folk' around the web predict that it is not the iBed, but in fact the iPillow, a new type of revolutionary pillow which will automatically sync with your Mac or iOS device via WiFi to stream your iTunes playlists.
If this new product does turn out to be the iBed then it is expected that it could coincide with the release of Apple TV, and actually turn out to be a physical bed available in single, double and king sizes with a new flatscreen built in to the footboard. Much like a TV bed, the product will allow consumers to save space in their bedrooms and watch movies via streaming at a near perfect viewing distance.
Elsewhere on the web, recently The Onion reported that Uncle Bens could release a new smartphone packing 4G and a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor. The Basmati, a light and fluffy device, is still said to be in production.
Could 2013 be the year of the iBed? Will Apple really release a revolutionary new bed to coincide with their highly anticipated Apple TV? Stay tuned for more information as it rolls in.