Apple unveiled the iPhone 6s early this month, and it is set to hit the markets on September 25. But before that happens, comedian Jimmy Kimmel decided to have some fun and ask a few pedestrians about their opinion on the new iPhone 6s. He pranked them by showing the first iPhone released in 2007 as the iPhone 6s to all the pedestrians, and all these non-tech geeks didn’t seem to notice the difference at all. Also Read - Apple Beats Studio Buds launched: AirPods for Android devices
They praised the old version, saying that the processor was nice and fast, and even commemorating the small size. None of the users sampling the device recognized that it was the first-generation iPhone, and not the new one. Most of them seemed to love the small size ‘that sits right in your palm’, mistakenly revealing that most of the users love the old small iPhones. Also Read - Apple introduces iOS 12.5.4 with major security updates: Is your iPhone on the list?
However, the verdict is clear that most of the users were definite blind Apple fanboys, as they said vague things like they love the camera, processor and even the ‘resolution of the screen’. Also Read - Meet Indian developer who wins Apple Design award for his music app NaadSadhana
With all these users living in oblivion, and following Apple products blindly, Kimmel aptly ends the video by saying, “You know what? Maybe Apple deserves to take all our money from us.”
Watch Kimmel and his cheeky prank below: