Friday, 14 September 2012

American comedian fools people into believing iPhone 4S is iPhone 5

Kimmel handed passers by the iPhone 4s telling them it was the new iPhone 5 and asked them what they thought of the new model.
Those that were approached on the streets of Los Angeles seemed genuinely taken in, despite the fact that the iPhone 5 isn't available to customers until next Friday.
Handling the phone one man said: "It is a lot lighter than the last one and it is a lot faster as well."
A passer-by said of the iPhone 5 while holding up his own iPhone 4S: "If you drop it, it looks like it is not going to break like this one has a million times."
Another said: "It's way better. it's nice. I have the 4S so I'm always open to a new phone."

The iPhone 5 was unveiled on Wednesday evening but despite strict secrecy, surprises were hard to come by.
The phone does look a lot like the iPhone 4S but it is thinner, by 18 per cent, and lighter, by 20 per cent.
The screen is taller too, at 4-inches corner to corner, but the phone, held in portrait mode, is the same width. Instead of a glass back, the iPhone 5 back and sides are made from a single piece of aluminium.
In a video shown at the event, Apple's senior vice-president of design Jonathan Ive said that the iPhone is "probably the object you use most in your life."
He added: "With this unique relationship people have with their iPhone, we take changing it really seriously."
The iPhone 5 is not radically different from the iPhone 4S, but it has been thoroughly updated.
Apple has upgraded the camera in the iPhone to include new features such as a low-light mode and a panorama feature.
The iPhone 5 is also Apple's first smartphone capable of 4G, the super-fast mobile broadband technology that is due to begin in Britain within weeks.
Earlier this week, mobile network EE announced plans to launch a 4G service imminently and the iPhone 5 is likely to be one of the handsets available to new customers.

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