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Brace yourself for iPizza!

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Umer
  • 5 years ago

Steve jobs was a visionary indeed, who took the world by surprise each time he unveiled apple”s remarkable new products. He would create an aura that would grip the audience leaving a murmur of oohs and aahs. Although we are familiar with the ipod, macs, ipads, apple tvs and apple”s work on perfecting the camera,  there is more stuff that caught Steve Jobs attention!

On a lighter note the rumours of an apple iPizza might actually materialize. Previous talks about iPizza do hint towards Steve Jobs interested in perfecting the art of pizza design following his research on pizza in the silicon valley. What gave it away though is the  job posting at apple”s website. The job description is quite fascinating though:

The ideal candidate has extensive experience making pizza dough from scratch and is able to portion and toss the dough; possesses the ability to hand stretch the pizza (without using a rolling pin) and cook the pizza online casinos to order in a high temperature oven. The cook will also prep and maintain all food items necessary to make a variety of pizzas (toppings, sauces and related prep).

At least 2-4 years of experience working a high volume wood burning pizza oven featuring thin crust, Neapolitan style pizza.

Hmm…Hand stretch the pizza without using a rolling pin, now that seems quite like apple; experience and dexterity. We might as well expect the specs to read only 0.5 inches thick, served in a uni body aluminium box. iPizza models greater than 12 inches come with the option to add 2 more toppings!

 

Popular accessories include  back lit apple box sensitive to heat changes. Know if your pizza has gotten cold!  The possibilities are endless! :p

So when to expect the iPizza to be ready? According to Cult of Mac

Analysts suggest that an iPizza could be released as early as Q2 2013, just in time for the busy Memorial Day season. A white iPizza has also been rumored for later in 2013.

Lol!

Source: Cult of Mac via Apple.  Image Source: The Telegraph

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