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iPhone 4S 32G only $ 52.89?


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I bought my iPhone 4S this month.
But I can not jailbreak it. If it is just a fake?
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That's not a real iPhone.

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Congrats! You have bought yourself a chinese rip-off! You can tell by the following reasons:

-4S’s don’t state what GB they are on the back
-It simply says “phone” on the back in those photos, whereas a real iPhone says iPhone
-The antenna band dividers are in the wrong place for a 4S.
-All the icons on the home menu are wrong.
-font is wrong
-Display is not retina
-Screen is too small
-All the apps look wrong
-The inside looks nothing like a real 4S

See if you can spot out any more:

Apple - iPhone 4S - The most amazing iPhone yet.

-Dylan
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I find it interesting that no where (unless I missed it) do they actually claim that it is an iPhone . . . nor are there any markings on the phone claiming such.
All in all a well thought out scam.

I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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