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Could you tell the iPhone 5 from its predecessors?

Following yesterday’s launch of Apple iPhone 5 which offers a very slightly tweaked design and a larger 4 inch, 1136×640 resolution IPS display, an American late night TV host, Jimmy Kemmel has passed some basic tests onto the uninformed public.

In it, he tells them that the device he has just handed them is the iPhone 5, when really it is just the current iPhone 4S.

Unsurprisingly, many of them suggest it is a lot nice, lighter, faster, heavier and/or bigger it feels compared to previous models. Even an owner of the iPhone 4S admitted he likes it a lot better.

KitGuru says: We can’t really say we are surprised by the uninformed public, or perhaps you have to be rather intelligent to recognise your own device.

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