Just a heads up guys. You might see a link on your facebook feed that says "iPhone 5 first exposure" with the comment "amazing" through "newspulse.info" You're probably all using Macs as I am, so I don't think you'll get a virus, but as soon as you click on it, it will repost to your wall with the same comment. I don't know what their game is (perhaps a more tech-savvy person could tell me) but resist the urge to click on it. The link is accompanied by an image of a hilariously bad iPhone 5 mockup. It shows you the back of the handset, which is black and rectangular, with sharp edges and an awkwardly-placed, giant Apple logo, and a side view, which asserts that the iPhone 5 will actually be about the width of a folded piece of construction paper. Still, every rumor article is accompanied by a terrible mockup, so your first instinct will probably be to click on it. Do not. I don't know how widespread this is, but there are a ton of Google results for it, and a similar link hit my feed the other day, "OMGGG Dad catches his daughter on webcam!" These things have been around for a while but they seem especially prevalent lately.