Conan O’Brien spoofs Apple v. Samsung patent case with ‘Stefan Jobes’ and ‘Samsapple’ (video)


Conan O'Brien, host of the "Conan" show on TBS. (Meghan Sinclair/AP)

If you haven’t heard, Apple has sued Samsung claiming that the company has created knock-offs of its popular iPhone and iPad. Samsung, of course, denies the claims, and the two companies are currently locked in a multi-billion dollar patent trial.

Well, comedian Conan O’Brien has since weighed in with a spoof of the court case, featuring a parody Samsung VP who, in attire eerily similar to that of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, outlines the differences between Samsung’s products and Apple’s, eventually revealing the company’s parody logo — a marriage of Samsung and Apple, creating, of course “Samsapple,” and its CEO, “Stefan Jobes.”

Enjoy.

(via Mashable)

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