Apple shook up the tech world yesterday with its announcement about all the massive overhaul the tech company is giving its iPhone. After Twitter got done roasting Apple’s controversial decision to remove the iPhone’s headphone jack, it was late night’s turn and Stephen Colbert jumped on the chance to poke fun at the change.
“We have removed the headphone jack, we also got rid of the home button,” asked Colbert, channeling his inner Apple CEO Tim Cook. Those weren’t the only changes, though, because Colbert’s vision for the iPhone 7 were even more groundbreaking: “If less is more, how much more could we less?” he asked. He then unveiled his take on the next wave of technology (“It’s quite simply a solid chunk of metal,” he said) as well as the iPhone’s latest feature, the iFriend, that makes it easy to access all of the iPhone’s best features.
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