Conan O’Brien will use iPhone to shoot shows from his home


Conan O'Brien
O'Brien warns that new show may not always look pretty.
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It’s been a surreal sight watching late night hosts deliver monologues to largely empty theaters as they do their darnedest to carry on during the current coronavirus crisis.

But Conan O’Brien has a plan for how to continue shooting a full-length TV show during the age of COVID-19. His solution? He’s going to film the whole thing on his iPhone.

Conan O’Brien reveals Apple’s new healthcare plan


Blood transfusions from an iPad?
Blood transfusions from an iPad?
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US Congressman Jason Chaffetz thinks poor people should stop buying iPhones and pay more for healthcare, but in his latest comedy sketch, late-night TV host Conan O’Brien shows how you can have both at the same time.

CoCo’s satirical video unveils Apple’s new “Healthcare” product that utilizes the company’s innovative products to check on your well-being. Why pay for a doctor when you can use an iPhone for throat examinations and rectal temperature checks?

Watch Conan’s silly skit:

Conan O’Brien shows us how to fix Apple Watch’s tattoo problem


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Tattoos are no problem with Apple Watch Hand. Photo: Team Coco

Apple Watch has a known issue where it doesn’t exactly play nice with tattoos. For some wearers with dark wrist tattoos the device can’t detect if you have a pulse, but according to Conan O’Brien, it’s not really glitch if Apple can sell you a fix.

So far Apple’s only advice seems to be, “just don’t get wrist tattoos,” but the late-night TV show host has come up with his own hilarious way to fix the TattooGate problem.

Let us introduce you to the Apple Watch Hand:

Rewind: Best viral videos of 2014


Apple's new aluminum will kill Bendgate.
A shot from the video that started #bendgate. GIF: Buster Hein
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There were more viral videos in 2014 than you can shake a stick at, and you could spend weeks watching them all. From John Oliver to the Ice Bucket Challenge, we were absolutely inundated with stuff to watch throughout the year, and that’s a great thing.

Wishing you could relive some of the best viral video moments of 2014? We’ve collected some of the best for your enjoyment:

Conan O’Brien spoofs iCloud hacking in YouTube video



Jimmy Kimmel is the talk show host most likely to chime in on an Apple-related topic, but with the recent news about dozens of celebrity nude images being leaked thanks to iCloud hacking, Conan O’Brien has also chipped in with his take.

In a video posted to Conan’s “Team Coco” YouTube account, O’Brien imagines what it might be like to hire a team of computer experts to hack the iCloud account of the person responsible for doing the hacking. The result is a series of amusing images showing a variety of NSFW activities, including naked bullwhip sessions, lewd acts featuring a Super Nintendo, and begging former celebrity Jon Gosselin for an autograph.

Conan O’Brien DIY video reveals how to make your own iPad



For those tired of shelling out a few hundred bucks every time Cupertino announces a new iPad with the most minor of upgrades, late night TV show host Conan O’Brien has teamed up with comedian Matt Walsh to create a step-by-step instructional video that will guide you through the delicate process of constructing your very own iPad.

All you’ll need is some simple household items, like an etch a sketch, basic speaker wire, lots of peanut butter, and of course, duct tape.

Watch the full DIY video below:

Conan Gets Called Out By Fan For Trying To Install iOS 7 On His iPhone 3GS [Video]



Like millions of Apple fanboys across the globe, late-night show host Conan O’Brien could not wait to update his phone to iOS 7 last month, however the results were pretty horrific, and one viewer knows exactly what caused Coco’s hellish experience – the Ginja Ninja tried to install the new OS on his unsupported iPhone 3GS.

Conan fan 4893McLovin noticed Conan’s error on the show and has now been anointed as the first viewer to have successfully challenged Conan on the Fan Correction segment of the show. Not one to be shown up, Coco crafted his own response to the error by showing a hidden segment of Eddie Cue’s presentation at the iOS 7 keynote that revealed the existence of the mystical iPhone 3GCOB.

Take a look: