Meet the iPhone 12h.
It has 6000 gigabytes of memory, internet speed that is 20 times faster than the Delorean, and is suitable for children who don’t care if they get cancer from radiation… but that’s not even the best part.
“The phone will only last 12 hours. And there will be no way to recharge it,” an Apple representative said with a slap-able smirk on his face.
In what seemed like a peculiar engineering decision, Apple explained why this phone will not be rechargeable: “We believe this device is perfect for users who typically hate their Apple iPhones after the first day of purchase. Now they can throw away their new phone the same day because it will be totally unusable after 12 hours.”
That’s right, you no longer have to live with a phone you hate. You can throw it away the same day, and then buy a new one tomorrow.
“This also limits the amount of questions and problems on our forum that we have to answer to,” the rep continued. “Now, all we have to do is wait a day to reply, ‘oops your phone doesn’t work anymore, anyway, so this problem is not fixable. Go buy a new one.'”
The iPhone 12h starts at $899. For a limited time, if you return the phone during its 11th hour, then you get $10 back.
Apple plans on releasing more affordable 4-hour and 2-hour iPhones later this year.