Found September 13, 2012 on
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Many Apple fanatics were quite excited about the introduction to the highly anticipated iPhone 5. Jimmy Kimmel wanted to show exactly how enthusiastic iPhone fans were of the iPhone 5 so he gave random people on the street an opportunity to use the “new” iPhone. Many thought the new model was faster and lighter. One problem, the phone they were using was an iPhone 4S, not an iPhone 5.

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