Can average Joes tell the difference between Apple's latest iPhone and a completely separate product?
If Jimmy Kimmel's latest sketch is to be believed, no, they can't.
Following Apple's reveal of the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, the host took to the streets of Hollywood during Wednesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" .
A Kimmel correspondent set out to see what passersby thought of the latest iPhone design, but instead of handing off an actual 5S, she provided an iPad Mini -- the smaller version of the company's popular tablet.
"It's actually much smaller," one well-meaning tester noted, just before holding up the mini-tablet to his ear.
Check out the full clip of Kimmel's prank below.
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