Background and Identification
Cultivated in China nearly 5000 years ago, Oranges are a fruit of the citrus species in the Rutaceae family. They grow on trees, and can be enjoyed in many different forms. Some may prefer their Oranges plain, while others may elect to squeeze them, then drink their juice. Some, more daring, individuals serve the Orange in salads, or as a tasty way to wash down a shot of wheat grass at Jamba Juice.
If you are having trouble telling if your device is an Orange, just consult our Orange Identification Guide!
Diagnose any issues you may be having with your Orange using our Orange Troubleshooting Guide.
- Family Rutacae
- Orange Peel
- Orange seeds
- Genetically infertile to prevent self repair and unregistered copies
- Orange pith
- Orange pulp
- Orange juice
- Integrated cure for scurvy
- pH 2.4-4
- Orange color (corresponding to a 620 nm wavelength)
- Currently not bluetooth enabled