Anyone who's watched the latest series of iPhone ads knows that the people simply appear on screen and speak with no prompting. But just what were all these fine folks really being asked, anyway? We've taken the liberty to fill in the gaps, so hit the jump for the exclusive, re-cut and uncensored versions of Apple's newest iPhone spots—and see what happens when Apple stops being polite, and starts getting real. We just knew these "common people" were total sickos.
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