Executives at Apple knew as far back as 2009 that the
company planned to eventually build its own microwave oven, sources told Toby
Kennedy of the Boston
had reportedly been mastering plans and executing a SWOT analysis which would
help Apple enter the competitive consumer appliance market.
innovative food cooking device, called the Apple iWave, is expected to launch
sometime between November 12th and December 31st of this
year. Unlike traditional microwaves currently on the market, the Apple iWave
will not have physical buttons but will be operated via voice control. The voice
control platform is reported to run on Apple’s newest Siri application, an
innovative function recently introduced on the iPhone 4S.
make popcorn, heat up leftovers, boil water, and even defrost steak all by just
asking”¦” said Dan Rodriguez, a tech blogger from GizmoWorld.com.
fans and tech consumers alike are eager to get their hands on this year’s
hottest tech innovation this holiday season. “I am so excited for the iWave, I
have pre-ordered mine and I’m going to camp out at the Apple Store the night it
arrives. This is the first time I’ll be able to cook without pushing a button!”
Remarked Niko Bellic, resident of White Plains, NY.
individuals are skeptical about the Apple iWave, claiming that it may not be
worth the $399 introductory price tag. “I bought my microwave at Walmart for
$59, and it does the same exact thing! At least mine has a damn clock!” said
Phil Q. of Pawtuxet, RI. The iWave is expected to be available in three
platform options: 1000 watts for $399, 1200 watts for $499, and 1600 watts
power levels including popcorn, chicken, fish, rice, and reheat
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