I don't know why I didn't do this first, but YouTuber Jonathan Morrison took a fake iPhone 6 to a bunch of random consumers to see if he could convince them that his early next-gen iPhone 6 was truly revolutionary. The results, are hilarious.
The iPhone 6 in question is a cheap Android smartphone with a very convincing skin of iOS painted on top, with Morrison explaining that: "once you look a little closer and spend even a minimal amount of time with it, you'll quickly realize that it is a big pile of s***". Better yet, he was able to convince people that this early iPhone 6 he had in his hands had a 26-core "A10" processor, because Apple was just so ahead of the competition it decided to skip the A8 and A9 processors.
Morrison continued bragging the specs up, telling the people in the video that it had an 8K display that was a Fire Phone-style 3D panel. Morrison went as far as telling the people in the video that Apple had replaced Siri with Google Now, because Google Now was superior and Apple had finally realized this.
Last updated: Aug 9, 2014 at 11:33 am CDT
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