The iPhone 5 is sure to be one of the top-selling gadgets of the year. But with all the rumors leading up to its officially reveal, it seems that a regional Fox news station can't make heads or tails of what features the real iPhone 5 includes, as this rather humorous television segment shows.
Starting off as a seemingly mild report on the lines that are already forming for the new Apple smartphone, Fox then cuts to a short clip of someone holding a paper-thin concept phone with a much larger screen than the actual iPhone 5 boasts. Then, to top it all off, the reporter lists the exciting new features of the phone, including (and try to keep from laughing) a laser keyboard and holographic images. What?
The actual iPhone 5 includes none of these features, of course, so be sure to read up on all of the real details with Tecca's 100% non-holographic coverage, including our hands-on impressions and comparisons.
[Update: The station responsible for the report has posted a correction to the web version of its story.]
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