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  • News Flash: iPHone Seen in Public
    Engadget.com is reporting the first public pics taken of the iPhone. Evidently, it's on the CalTrain on the way to Cupertino.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: News Flash: iPHone Seen in Public started by ColsTiger View original post
    Comments 12 Comments
    1. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
      Kyle Matthews -
      Ooh... I am jealous of that man. But in 15 days I can get you a picture of me with one.
    1. brinox's Avatar
      brinox -
      oh i want one pf!!
    1. JedixJarf's Avatar
      JedixJarf -
      Its probably a fake

      I will take a pic of myself on a train with my iPhone in 2 weeks and 1 day
    1. brinox's Avatar
      brinox -
      lol if its fake its probably one of those knockoffs from china
    1. Uko's Avatar
      Uko -
      lols
    1. ColsTiger's Avatar
      ColsTiger -
      Could be the real deal. Walt Mossberg is testing one right now, so I doubt if he's the only one that's be given the chance.
    1. SuperJoker's Avatar
      SuperJoker -
      Looks real.

      Many people are saying that it looks like Mike Matas who works for Apple designing interfaces.... www.mikematas.com

      Rumours...
    1. JedixJarf's Avatar
      JedixJarf -
      Ahhh..
    1. applelover's Avatar
      applelover -
      There are currently five active iPhones in the country. The owners are Steve Jobs(CEO, Apple), Mr. Sigman(CEO, AT&T), Walt Mossberg(Technological analyst and reviewer), and the other two are ordinary people that don't attract a lot of attention to themselves. The reason these phones are active is so that AT&T can work the kinks out of the network by launch day. Due to man with the iPhone's close proximity to Cupertino, he's most likely part of the iPhone "beta-testing" group.
    1. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
      Kyle Matthews -
      Hmm, I'd have thought there were more out there for testing. Good info though if correct, where'd ya hear that?
    1. ColsTiger's Avatar
      ColsTiger -
      I heard it was more like ten people field testing the phone in normal cell phone usage locations like subway stations, airports, coffee shops, bars, and restaurants.
    1. JedixJarf's Avatar
      JedixJarf -
      I'm willing to bet that there are plenty more then 5 in circulation as of rite now. That would just be ignorant of Apple/Att to only field test 5 units right now.