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New Apple iPhone App

Postby TainanCowboy » 25 Feb 2012, 11:36

Hot pot cooking with Apple... :roflmao:

Dumb Buyer Beware: Chinese State Police Seize Hundreds Of Fake Apple iPhone… Gas Stoves

Today I learned a gas stove branded as an iPhone cannot take Instagram pics, make phone calls and probably isn’t a real iPhone. But some consumers might not be as educated. Good thing the Chinese state police are always ready to enforce trademark infringement and recently seized 681 of the so-called iPhone gas stoves.

These stoves, produced by “Apple China Limited”, would likely be a hot seller in the official Apple merchandise store, giving Apple engineers and fanboys a humorous party conversation piece. Or, for Foxconn workers, it could be a great space heater.

M.I.C.gadget notes that each of the gas stoves is adorned with a green Apple logo and even has a compliance certification label. But don’t be fooled, these are not real Apple products. But they’re still better than those fake Android stoves. Right, fanboys?


5,000 years of culture and knock-offs..... :roflmao:
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