Fake Store?

Griffinaz

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I thought that Apple closed down one of the Manhattan stores to film the commercial. I wonder if they "faked" filming a commercial there to draw attention away from the movie set where the real phones were used for filming. Or maybe MSN just got it all wrong.
 
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I thought that Apple closed down one of the Manhattan stores to film the commercial. I wonder if they "faked" filming a commercial there to draw attention away from the movie set where the real phones were used for filming. Or maybe MSN just got it all wrong.
I think the black helicopters are coming for ya...:laugh2:
 
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dturner

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I thought that Apple closed down one of the Manhattan stores to film the commercial. I wonder if they "faked" filming a commercial there to draw attention away from the movie set where the real phones were used for filming. Or maybe MSN just got it all wrong.
Interesting. I don't know what time the 5th Ave. store closed, but it is a 24hr store. If is was closed late at night I wouldn't think there be much revenue lost VS if Apple really did want to keep something hush hush.
 
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Youngbinks

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Well they definitely shut down the 5th Ave. location for only the 3rd time since its opening. Interesting article though, you would imagine building a full sized replica wouldn't be very cost effective.