The fourth-generation Apple iPhone-Gizmodo snafu has reached critical mass.
With copious amounts of news coverage, an insider tech industry story has blown open into a full-on pop culture reflection point, with coverage in major newspapers and on television news reports.
Last night, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart weighed in his usual half-joking half-serious way, lambasting Apple for going against its 1984 roots and putting the fire under San Mateo law enforcement's rears to begin an investigation into a phone "they already gave back."
The full clip, after the jump:
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
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