Apple has unveiled its latest line of iPhones, which feature a revolutionary new technology that allows them to run on gasoline instead of batteries.
The new iPhones, which come in four models – iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and iPhone 15 Mini – have a small fuel tank and a nozzle that can be attached to any gas pump. Apple claims that the new iPhones can last up to a week on a single fill-up, depending on the usage and the quality of the gasoline.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the new iPhones are a breakthrough in innovation and sustainability. “We believe that gasoline is the future of mobile power. It is abundant, cheap, and renewable. It also reduces our dependence on lithium-ion batteries, which are harmful to the environment and have limited lifespan,” Cook said at a virtual event.
Cook also said that the new iPhones are compatible with any type of gasoline, including regular, premium, diesel, and ethanol. He said that users can choose the gasoline that suits their preferences and needs. “Some users may prefer regular gasoline for its affordability and availability. Others may opt for premium gasoline for its performance and efficiency. Diesel users may enjoy its durability and reliability. And ethanol users may appreciate its eco-friendliness and aroma,” Cook said.
Cook also demonstrated how easy it is to refill the new iPhones. He took out an iPhone 15 Pro from his pocket and plugged it into a gas pump. He then showed the screen of the iPhone, which displayed a fuel gauge and a message that said “Filling up…”. After a few seconds, the message changed to “Full tank. Ready to go.” Cook then unplugged the iPhone and put it back in his pocket.
The new iPhones have received mixed reactions from consumers and experts. Some praised Apple for its bold move and said that they would buy the new iPhones as soon as they are available. Others criticized Apple for its absurd idea and said that they would stick to their old iPhones or switch to other brands.
“I think it’s a brilliant idea. I hate charging my phone every day. With the new iPhone, I can just go to the nearest gas station and fill it up once a week. It’s so convenient and cheap,” said Lisa Jones, an Apple fan.
“I think it’s a stupid idea. I don’t want to carry around a phone that smells like gasoline and can explode at any moment. Plus, gasoline is bad for the environment and contributes to global warming. I’ll keep my iPhone 12 until it dies,” said Mark Smith, an Apple skeptic.