Thousands of students have been bitterly disappointed this week after downloading Apple's latest app, the iTest. Expecting a cutting edge application to help them openly cheat in exams students were surprised and shocked to see a series of random letters and numbers that decrease in size.
Jon-Beau Morgan, a student at Miss Haversham's College for Ladies, said: "This is well rubbish. How iz I gonna pass my Xams now with this crap? Not only does it not contain any useful info on meeja studeez, but it's spellin is even worser than myne. Luckilly GSCEs iz eazy now coz I iz well fik."
Apple declined to comment on the suitability of the app beyond saying that it couldn't be any worse than what the majority of students already put in exams, given the poor state of graduate literacy nowadays, innit.