Comedy Central star Jon Stewart last night took a few shots at Apple, which has been accused of mishandled the case of a missing iPhone. Zing!
And the lost iPhone scandal rolls onwards. Last night, Jon Stewart, the host of the Daily Show on Comedy Central, used a few moments of his nightly monologue to rip Apple for its handling of the iPhone fiasco – and to poke fun at AT&T, which provides sporadic-at-best voice and data service for iPhone users in Stewart's (and this reporter's) hometown of New York City
“I know that it’s slightly agitating that a blog dedicated to technology published all that stuff about your new phone," Stewart said. “I’d be pissed too, but you didn’t have to go all 'Minority Report' on his [expletive]." Stewart was referring to Gizmodo, which obtained a test version of the forthcoming Apple iPhone 4G. This week, California police raided the house of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen in search of additional information; Chen has hired a lawyer.