iPhone in the wild?

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JeffBobula

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Possibly, I remember being on some Myspace forum and there was this guy that said he was a beta tester of the iPhone and had all kinds of pictures of him with it and pictures he took of himself with it. It could have been fake but it looked damn legit at the time.

In this pic it could be the iPhone, a cardboard box, a iPod...it could be just a weird angle too.

Who knows! But thanks for sharing...
 

Spin This!

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Sounds like Engadget is trying to drum on businesss for themselves on a slow news day... Wake me up when there's something legitimate! ;)
 

robhon

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Yeah, I start losing a little faith in Engadget when they post stories like this. It seems like they'll post anything to get a little traffic on their site.

"Moose spotted in downtown Fairbanks. Said by reliable source to be carrying an iPhone..."

:laugh2:
 

RyanFavre

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Possibly, I remember being on some Myspace forum and there was this guy that said he was a beta tester of the iPhone and had all kinds of pictures of him with it and pictures he took of himself with it. It could have been fake but it looked damn legit at the time.

In this pic it could be the iPhone, a cardboard box, a iPod...it could be just a weird angle too.

Who knows! But thanks for sharing...

Do you have a url for that guys myspace?
 

Bootlessjam

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It's difficult to see the actual device, however, He has his finger hovering over the top half of the device, like you would an iPhone.

In the end though, it's just a pic of someone using an iPhone, no real news.
 

ckontyko

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I'm telling you, it's the ZuneFone™! Only MS could make a product that you would have to stick your tongue out and furrow your eyebrows in concentration to use! (It is runored that the ZuneFone™ will use MultiFrustration™, instead of MultiTouch™ as the human-machine interface).

-CJ