Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O'Brien poke fun of Apple iPad mini

Apple's iPad mini in white. Apple

Late night talk show hosts Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Kimmel recently poked fun at Apple fans for their brand loyalty. Apple fans have been called names like "Macheads" and "fanboys/girls" for their apparent willingness to purchase products made by the tech giant.

O'Brien spoofed Apple's commercial by creating a song with the lyrics: "You will buy anything that we put into the store. No matter how minute how the changes are to the previous model." The jingle suggests that Apple fans will buy anything that the company creates.

Kimmel took to the streets of Los Angeles with an iPod, pretending that it was the new iPad mini, to get people's reactions to the "new" device. The video shows several fans praising the "iPad mini."

This isn't Kimmel's first venture on the streets to poke fun of Apple fans. Following the launch of the iPhone 5, Kimmel had fun tricking people into thinking they were looking at the new smartphone, when in reality, it was an iPhone 4S.

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