The tablet has just 40 apps but can ‘diagnose up to 1,200 ailments and offer remedies’
NORTH Korea likes Apple products so much, it’s brought out a homemade version of the iPad.
But its new tablet is so similar to Steve Jobs’ creation its makers haven’t even bothered changing its name.
The Ryonghung IPad [sic] featured in the latest edition of its Foreign Trade Magazine.
However, Apple chief executive Tim Cook doesn’t have too much to worry about.
The gadget’s specs include a quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU, a measly 1GB of RAM with an 8BG hard disk and only 40 apps.
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But it does have one advantage over its Californian rival.
This iPad copycat can “diagnose up to 1,200 ailments and offer remedies”.
The Ryonghung device has been around for years but has just been rebranded the “IPad”.
It’s widely reported that only a minority of North Koreans have access to technology like this.
Officials in 2014 created an operating system which looked suspiciously similar to Apple’s Mac OS X software.
Dubbed the Red Star OS, it manages the regime’s official website as well as a state-approved search engine.
Last year outsiders were accidentally granted access to the nation’s private internet and discovered it only had 28 websites.
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