Billy Kimball wrote up some of the “Least Common Complains about the new iPad” for The New Yorker. Unlike complaints about Wi-Fi woes false advertising, or the missing camera, Billy’s complaints skew a bit (intentionally) funnier:
“Virtual cupholder does not actually hold cups.”
“Insufficient media coverage.”
“Unwilling to buy anything from Apple ever since Steve Jobs killed my parents.”
The whole list is worth reading for the guffaw-inducing content. I’m inspired enough by Billy’s list that I’ve added a few uncommon iPad complaints of my own:
• It’s really just a small 27-inch iMac. • No front-facing food processor. • Too much multi-tasking. • No support for Internet Explorer 8. • Remains too cool after hours of intense usage. • Lousy at curing or preventing acne.
Got an uncommon complaint of your own? Let ’er rip below.