Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Wednesday, November 15, 2006
09:41 PM

iPod integrated with new airplanes; Zune integrated with new paddleboats: "

ipod plane

Now that Apple has weaseled its way into the dashboards of most cars, it's on to the next logical step: airplanes. Starting in mid-2007, airlines Air France, Continental, Delta, Emirates, KLM, and United will feature iPod integration at seats on their planes. Travelers will be able to charge their iPods and watch video stored on them on provided displays. I mean, who could last 5 hours without charging their iPod?! Thank the lord Apple has come to our aid on this issue. It's all part of Apple's subtle plan to integrate iPods into everything people will ever come into contact with. I'm looking forward to the next phase, which includes paying hospitals off so babies born there will come with iPod docks on the back of their skulls. You know, for charging on the go. It's called starting brand loyalty early, people. Get with the times.

Apple Insider, via Ubergizmo


(Via SCI FI Tech Blog.)

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