Last night, on the eve of the release of the iPad mini, late night host Jimmy Kimmel got in the ring once again with Apple to let it and the public know exactly where he stands regarding "i" products.
As you may recall, last week Kimmel took an iPhone to the street and convinced people that it was the iPad mini.
Jimmy Kimmel Live, which is usually based out of California, took the show to Brooklyn, NY, this week and remained there even as tropical storm Sandy blew through the state.
Leading up to the clip, Kimmel described the iPad mini as Apple's newest "paperweight," and suggested that anyone seen waiting in line for the device in New York or New Jersey (which looks to have suffered the most damage from Sandy), "should be punched in the throat."
From there, he introduces a splendid clip that breaks down the, umm, evolution of portable Apple products from the iPod onward. Enjoy!