On late night TV, everything old is new again with iPhone 6S

iPhone 6S
Susie Ochs

Late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live took it to the streets to get people's opinions on the new iPhone 6S -- only it wasn't. Instead, they showed people 2007's original iPhone and got them to rave about it's fantastic "new" features. As Kimmel mentions in the intro to the piece, Apple introduced its previous iPhones less than a year ago, keeping the pressure on fanboys and fangirls to get the latest and greatest.

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