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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Lenxal, Jun 17, 2009.
and he opens it.
Isn't the iPhone 3G S and the iPhone 3G the same size? The guy said that the iPhone 3G S was a little thicker.
Those two dudes will be unemployed soon.
Yeah, he just thinks it's thicker but it isn't. He just doesn't know.
What is the deal with the angle of the camera?
It was awkward to watch, I had to tilt my head.
the box size and packaging looks real...
well, I hope they enjoyed working for ATT while it lasted!
"i had a prototype! I DID I DID!"
and he wasnt the first to open one, sadly
Lol, I think they own that store. Who knows..
Had to turn my laptop sideways to watch the video but cool.
Doubt it. Many Apple store managers have been playing with it for a few days now.
He probably meant the first to open besides employees and etc ? hm
Jobs is gonna own him in a minute. Its right down the street I suppose, being in SJ and all.
Haha honestly, he sounded way too excited about that. Cool to see though - hopefully they don't get fired.
I love how they have the AT&T store location on the side bar.
3277 S White Rd, San Jose, CA 95148 (map)
OHhhhhh sheet son, i did have dis.
I don't think it's an AT&T store, probably an independent mobile store.
Unless, of course, his manager knew about it or if it was to be the display model.
I can't get the video to play... says 0:00
why would he get fired?
if he legitimately bought the phone he could do whatever he wanted with it
Yeah, thats what it did look like. Asian people always own them
I drive by this store all the time. It's tucked back in a little mini-mall. It's not an AT&T corporate store. It's one of those independent all-provider cell phone stores. They make their money by tacking an extra $20 or so onto the activation and then getting a cut back from AT&T/Verizon/Sprint/T-Mo/etc. for getting them a new subscriber.
It's funny that they advertise the fact that they will jailbreak/unlock your iPhone for you. I'm pretty sure that a very big no-no. Jailbreak/unlock your own phone? Apple/AT&T turns a blind eye (but you're up a creek if you brick it)...Jailbreak/unlock other people's phones as a business? Expect some cease and desist letters from