Like I said last night, there is still time for companies to slip and let the cat out of the bag regarding the new iPhone models. Late(er) last night, almost immediately after I posted, pictures of the supposed lower-end iPhone 4 were discovered by Gizmodo’s Brazilian counterpart, Gizmodo.com.br – this
Just this past Thursday, we posted about a possible “iPhone mini” that could launch this year after a report by Bloomberg. This supposed rumor has in fact been confirmed by The Wall Street Journal. From WSJ’s article on the matter: “One of the people, who saw a prototype of the
A wave of gift card code crackers have begun barraging iPhone developers asking them to participate in a scam to defraud Apple of thousands of dollars. A glut of iTunes gift code counterfeiters have forced the price of an illegitimate $200 iTunes gift card down to $2. Unable to turn a profit, they have started turning to developers, offering to buy their app a potentially limitless number of times using the counterfeited codes in exchange for 50% of the sale profits.
An elaborate iPhone scam has been running rampant in Russia. People have been pawning off fake iPhones as the real deal for cash. Scammers approach users with an elaborate fake iPhone, usually pretending to be in a big rush, asking to trade it for money to, for example, buy a train ticket.
So none of us in our right minds would buy the $999.99, so there wasn't much chance you were going to see a review of the app from us, but not only are we unable to get it now that it's been removed, but we don't need to anyway. To satisfy our curiosity, a Neil Palmerlow, one of the unlucky 8 to download the app, has posted a "guided tour" on YoutTube. While it all has seems pretty unfunny, there's a certain humorous tone to the video. Video after the break.