'We're Apple, And You're Suckers,' Says iPad Mini Parody Ad

Stephanie Haberman

The new iPad mini was released Friday, and Jimmy Kimmel doesn't seem very enthusiastic about it.

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In a parody iPad mini commercial that aired on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday, first came the iPod. Then a thinner iPod. Then an iPod you can touch. Then lots of other iPods -- ones that allow you to shuffle your songs, ones you can talk on, a gigantic one you can't talk on.

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And today, Apple released a slightly bigger iPod that you can't talk on. Which, according to the video, pretty much means we're all suckers.

The flagship

Buyers started lining up to buy Apple's long-anticipated iPad Mini at the flagship store the day before it went on sale.

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