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Steve Jobs debuts iPod micro, pequeño, invisa on SNL sketch

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By LC Angell

Contributing Editor
Published: Sunday, November 20, 2005
News Categories: iPod

In an obvious spoof of the frequency of new iPod announcements and the device’s increasingly smaller form factor, Apple CEO Steve Jobs was portrayed on yesterday’s Saturday Night Live introducing three new iPod models.

During the Weekend Update segment of the show, a cast member playing Jobs told Weekend Update anchors Tina Fey and Amy Poehler that the iPod nano and video iPod are now “both obsolete” and pulled the tiny iPod micro from his pocket, noting that it held 50,000 songs. Jobs said, however, that it would be obsolete by Thanksgiving and then introduced the even smaller iPod pequeño, which holds 1 million songs, but said it too would be obsolete by this Christmas. Jobs then proceeded to debut the iPod invisa (just the actor’s two fingers pressed together) and said it held 8 million songs and “every photograph ever taken.”

A video of the sketch can be viewed here.

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LukeA: If I remember correctly, Creative also has the Zen Nano or something like that, but I don’t see anyone sueing…

I love how the iPod Invisa holds every photograph ever taken, lol

“And what if you drop it, is it on the ground, where is it? Nope, it’s floating in the air.”

Posted by [zero] on November 21, 2005 at 5:38 PM (PDT)

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