True story? Top-secret next-generation iPhone 4G found hanging out in a California bar
Over the weekend, the gadget blogs absolutely lit up with speculation that an iPhone 4G -- the rumored next-generation handset expected this summer -- was actually found in a San Jose, Calif. bar. (This sounds like a geek joke: "Two iPhone 4Gs walk into a bar and one turns to the other....")
Of course, images and videos of it have filled the Web. So far, gadget-blog Gizmodo seems to have it in hand, while Engadget has followed the news, too. It's rumored, btw, that Apple Inc. did lose a prototype and wants it back.
It'd be interesting to see if Apple DOES move to try to claim this phone, if it is indeed theirs. In the meantime, for a company that loves secrecy as much as Apple, if this indeed is the iPhone 4G, that's gotta be a major gaffe on their part.
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