As predicted, Apple updated the Power Mac and PowerBook lines today, adding dual-core processors to the Power Mac and new displays to the PowerBooks. On the software front, the company released Aperture, a professional production tool for photographers.
After the announcements, the company then ate a nice cheese sammich.
According to sources, it appeared to be cheddar cheese on white with butter and yellow mustard which the company pulled out of a brown paper bag with “Apple” written on it in black magic marker.
The company then washed it back with some Hi-C.
Industry reaction to the sammich consumption was mixed.
“I was particularly disturbed by the company’s – or its mother’s – decision to cut the sammich at a right angle down the center,” said the New York Times’ David Pogue. “A diagonal cut is clearly superior as you can get a more substantial bite on the pointy corners.
“Furthermore, orange Hi-C? Pff, well… I guess that’s fine for a momma’s boy…”
But certain Apple partners were envious of the company’s cheese sammich.
“That was one fine lookin’ sammich,” said Oracle’s Larry Ellison, smacking his lips. “I could go for a sammich like that. Mmm. All… cheesy…”