Another iPhone 5C leak, this time at the factory

Docd

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Got to call fake too. The testing is automated at factories of Apple. At the least not half hazard and just thrown in a pile.
 

Docd

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Still say its a fake. Even on a small test batch there would be some organization for the least some inventory control to reduce theft. One iPhone sold before launch day would be worth a few months pay for these workers.
 

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IllusionEntity

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I'm just curious - why is it fake?
In a world with decent high definition for prices as low as $100 why is it a tiny, low definition video that looks like it has been recorded with a carrot? The phone is in a dark room and they make no attempt to give us an overview of the phone. If someone really did have an iPhone 5C and wanted to make a video of it working they would probably put a bit more effort in.


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Personally, I think the "Apple misinformation" conspiracy is overblown.
At this point in time Apple is a well established and arguably the authority in mobile devices, so whether they leak bogus information to hide the true product, build hype or both; we know this is a businesss strategy that works for them. With that said, I think the hype aspect is less relevant now a days but not in the past.