If you ever wanted to run Flash on an iPad, Steve Jobs has decided to give you that chance. The iPad XL, a revolutionary and magical new product, features an eco-friendly diesel engine, a 22.5 hour lifespan on a single tank, and a swivel handle to make it more portable than ever.
At a press conference this morning, Scoopertino reports:
Steve Jobs explained the turnaround at this morning’s press conference. “When I wrote that Thoughts On Flash thing, I was clear about our objections to Flash. At the end of the day, it’s just a battery hog. But as our customers well know, we care what they think. If Flash is what they want, that’s what we’re going to give them. Adobe couldn’t overcome the obstacles with Flash, so we went out and found a partner who could.”
The new Honda powered iPad XL is currently in development, but don’t come crying to me when this product never hits the market.