IPhone 5 Leaks On Apple Site Fake Video Is Really Elaborate

Posted: Aug 10 2011, 9:32am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2011, 12:02am CDT, in Rumors | Apple

 
iPhone 5 leaks on Apple Site Fake Video is really Elaborate

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This video shows how a user stumbles onto the iPhone 5 product pages on the German Apple site.

It always amazes me how much time and effort people put in fake videos about Apple products (e.g: 27-inch iPad 2). A nice example of that surfaced on Youtube. The video (watch it below) shows how a user finds the unreleased iPhone 5 product pages on the German Apple site by accident. The video shows several web pages that show fake renderings of the iPhone 5. The pages are really well done. Once Apple releases the iPhone 5 the pages could really look like that.

Besides the feature pages the video also shows the gallery and a 360 degree view. At the end the video shows of course that the pages have been removed now. There are many little things that tell that this video is fake (spell errors, a local URL, etc.) in case you believe it is real.

It is not clear who is responsible for this fake iPhone 5 video, but since it is in German, I assume the creator lives in Germany.

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