Apple snuck a weed joke into its developer conference presentation

Laura Vitto

You didn't think we'd get through Apple's World Wide Developer conference without a few half-baked weed jokes, did you?

On Monday Apple's Craig Federighi made an easy weed joke while announcing High Safari, the latest version of macOS. 

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The name is "fully baked," he quipped. And because he couldn't resist, he also claimed that Safari on High Sierra "smokes the competition."

Apple has a history of working weed jokes into its high-profile presentations. In 2014, Federighi joked that Apple's development team had tossed out "OS X Weed" as a name alternative for OS X Yosemite.

In this year's case, however, High Sierra's no joke. 

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