There’s a very thin line between love and hate, and, seeing how one particular late night show host just keeps mocking “the thinnest, lightest, fastest iPhone ever,” you can’t help but wonder how does he really feel about the gadget.
I personally think Conan O’Brien is a closeted Apple fanboy himself, but that’s beside the point right now. What is on point is CoCo’s dedication to tearing the iPhone 5 to pieces on cable television late night in and late night out.
I’m sure you all remember a little clip from a couple of weeks ago that made fun of how Apple employees always seem to “lose” working prototypes of unreleased phones, but also the failed “exclusive sneak peek” of the iPhone 5 from last week.
Conan and his team are at it again, and quite surprisingly they manage to keep the jokes simple, fresh and best of all hilarious. This time we’re dealing with an “official Apple guide” for waiting on the iPhone 5 to ship to you (that’s right, the delays are piling up), and the tips in the video might actually be helpful for those of you forced to wait and wait and wait.
Graham Davies, “Customer Expectations Manager” at Apple (also Senior Vice President of Product Design, according to that first video), admits that no person should have to experience “the torment” of waiting for the iPhone 5 for two or three extra weeks. We aren’t going to tell you what happens next (hint: the ending is brilliant), but what we are going to do is lend our own hand for this humanitarian cause.
If you therefore feel like the suggestions in the clip aren’t enough to make the waiting bearable, here are a few extra tips:
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I actually read the “No viruses” part with tone of the Apple Guys on the video.. XD
Apple doesn’t get viruses… publicized on the internet, TV and in print! So in a way they ARE right.
enough with the iPhone 5…
keep thinking to yourself, “apple is not ripping me off”
Keep telling yourself iLuminum is way better than any kind of plastic after all they make beer cans out of it and remember “Beer good, Napster bad!” Also fighting off the urge to look up the history of the aluminum anodizing process and avoiding an “Oh look if you heat it to 661 Celsius it DOES become liquid metal!” grasping at straws moment wouldn’t hurt.