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Updated: Jimmy Kimmel Offers A Hilarious Take On First Look: iPhone 5s

See update below. Late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel sent one of his minions out onto Hollywood Boulevard armed with an iPad mini, and aimed to convince passers-by that the small-size tablet was in fact Apple's "new iPhone." It's clear that few fanboys crossed Kimmel's path, because the folks interviewed seemed impressed with the so-called handset's "click and lick" functionality, the clarity of its calls, and more. Check out the video for yourself, it sure made me laugh:

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Scripted or genuine? It's impossible to tell. As a reminder, the "real" iPhone 5s features a 4-inch (not 7.9-inch) screen, a 64-bit Apple A7 processor, an M7 coprocessor, and support for a mode of fingerprint recognition called "Touch ID." For more of our recent news, see: Control Beyond: Two Souls On PlayStation 3 Using Your iDevice With Beyond TouchRadioShack Launches Trade-In Program, Discounts iPhone Handsets, and Readdle Launches Calendars 5 Featuring Natural Language Input, iPad Support And More. Update. After some deliberation, myself and my colleague Aldrin Calimlim have decided that Conan's take is even funnier:

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