— Allen (@arlasko) September 7, 2016
Today’s the big day, guys: Apple’s pulling back the curtain on the iPhone 7.
Among the bells and whistles are these wireless “Air Pods” (which retail for a cool $159):
Air Pods, wireless charging cases provides up to 24 hours pic.twitter.com/UDEndKiMY6
— Justine Ezarik (@ijustine) September 7, 2016
— scott budman (@scottbudman) September 7, 2016
— Natalie DiBlasio (@ndiblasio) September 7, 2016
Now, Apple may think that everyone will love their Air Pods, but did they consider the Pods’ potential harmful side-effects? Like, say, reminding self-important HuffPo reporters of their most traumatic moments?
I believe these are next gen rubber bullets. Can anyone confirm? pic.twitter.com/HDrElf3XEB
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) September 7, 2016
@redsteeze I LOLd
— Will Kunkel (@KWCHWill) September 7, 2016
— Balance (@Balance_In_Life) September 7, 2016
Poor Ryan J. Reilly will never live down “Rubber Bullet”-gate.
— Lyndsey Fifield (@lyndseyfifield) August 17, 2014
And you know what? That’s as it should be.
@redsteeze New tech smart bullets.
— John Young (@JRY_TX) September 7, 2016
@redsteeze Yup, version 2.0. The curve allows them to shoot around corners. Extremly lethal.
— Travesham (@Travesham) September 7, 2016
@redsteeze I think an AR-15 can fire them. Scary.
— Juan Valencia (@juanvalenciagd) September 7, 2016
Better stay away from these, Ryan. Just to be safe.
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