“Over the past year, we’ve compared jet card programs, reviewed specific planes, and even calculated the cost to fly carbon neutral. Today, we thought we’d have some fun and dream up a hypothetical new aircraft,” Jamie Cheng writes for Helium Report.
Cheng writes, “We’re Mac users here at Helium Report and believe that a big part of Apple’s success is their attention to detail, their focus on quality, and their design aesthetic. Wouldn’t it be cool, we thought, to imagine what a plane would look like if it was designed by Apple. Of course, it’d be called the ‘iJet.'”
“Although Apple has had tremendous success using a cube shape for its computers (and its stores), the Borg are the only ones who’ve had any luck building cube-shaped vehicles. Apple would naturally use a more sleek shape for the iJet,” Cheng writes.
Cheng writes, “Without a doubt, iJet’s avionics would run a custom version of OS X. It would do for the iJet what it’s done for the iPhone and apple tv – perfect, purpose-driven functionality. It might be called Jet OS X, or maybe ‘Flying Leopard 10.5.'”
A little Friday fun, full article with “iJet” images, here.