Apple Computer is glad to announce that the "I-Roquois", their new musical device that plays "rock"(Roq) music and has a sound effect that says "oye"(uois) is going to be next i-pod. The Apple Corporation invested over three billion dollars to get this device in the hands of the public. Apple is betting on that people will blindly buy anything from them.
In fact the "i-piece of crap on the stick", sold four million units at $299.99. The special edition diarrhea version sold out too. All those people that buy i-pods actually piss me off, because they think they are all cool and stuff. They are really just falling for the marketing. (Ok, I bought an i-diarrhea too.)
Algonquin and Wright Peak will probably renamed to suit the needs of Apple when the marketing department comes up with the "I-Wright" and the "I-gonquin". The I-Wright will be a graphite filled piece of wood with an eraser on top. It will be similar to a pencil, but will cost $199.99. The I-gonquin will be a device that detects when a person named Quinn steps out of a room and sets off an alarm. This will come in handy when, well it won't be, but you losers will still buy it.