Apple will launch iDeath app to predict your date of death

Apple will launch iDeath app to predict your date of death

Cupertino: Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is planning to launch iDeath app soon to predict your date of death based on your health and other data available to the company. Apple is planning to launch this app in the fourth quarter of 2015-2016 to attract more sales.

“We are planning to launch iDeath app to predict our customer’s date of death based on their current health situation”, said a member who is involved iDeath app development on condition of anonymity.

To beat Microsoft’s how-old.net

Recently, Microsoft launched how-old.net and it went viral within a few days of its launch. Now, Apple is planning to make this app to beat Microsoft in prediction sector.

“Microsoft’s how-old.net only predicted age of any human being but we are developing an app which will tell your date of death”, said a top level executive of Apple to World News Express on condition of anonymity.

Apple sell will increase

However, this app will not be available to all iPhone and iPad users. Apple is planning to provide iDeath app built-in in iPhone 7 for free. Thus, Apple will get bumper sell numbers in the fourth quarter of 2015 as it is the expected date of Apple iPhone 7 launch.

Heavily criticized by religious groups

World News Express contacted religious groups in the United States about this upcoming mobile app. Most of religious groups shown their anger against the company.

“Only god knows when we have to say bye-bye to this world”, said a bishop to World News Express in a telephonic talk.

“Apple is trying to challenge the power of god”, a priest based in the city of New York, United States of America.

However, Apple doesn’t released any official statement yet. We have written an email to CEO of Apple about this development and we are waiting for his reply. We will update this article as and when we get an official confirmation.

First published on May 3, 2015.

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