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Former Apple employee Andreas Kleinke wanted to announce the birth of his baby boy Jonathan Henry, and the way he did it is an amazing replication of Apple’s iPad Mini product announcement page. As reported by Yahoo Tech, Kleinke said his idea got “a bit out of hand” — but it’s truly genius.
It’s not only the design of the page — the descriptions Kleinke came up with are also styled after an Apple product, and the result is hilarious. Baby Jonathan’s operating system is listed as “Non-Android (thank God)” and carriers are Mom and Dad.
The baby is also described as packing “enough power to last a lifetime” and easy to carry around “with only 5 percent the weight of his predecessor.” Of course, what is hardware without software? The brand new Jonathan will also have “frequent software updates” with apps like iWalk and iTalk that will be “downloaded and installed automatically when ready, free of charge.”
At the end of the page, viewers are even encouraged to shop for Jonathan or make your own baby (the link leads to a YouTube video).
➤ Hello, baby. Introducing Jonathan, the brand new mini.
Headline image via Dale de la Rey/AFP/Getty Images
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