New iMac Pictures Leaked


jsw

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The blurriness and lack of a keyboard and mouse certainly make them seem more believable to me!
 

iHerzeleid

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Sorry no elevators but it looks it can be PS'd but well know for sure in two days.
 

yg17

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I call BS just for the simple fact that Apple isn't going to use an OS that's coming out in 3 months in advertising materials for a computer that's possibly coming out in a week. It would confuse people ("But the ad has the shiny transparent menu bar!") and it would possibly be false advertising.
 

Luis

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I call BS just for the simple fact that Apple isn't going to use an OS that's coming out in 3 months in advertising materials for a computer that's possibly coming out in a week. It would confuse people ("But the ad has the shiny transparent menu bar!") and it would possibly be false advertising.
Clever indeed.
 

jsw

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people use this phrase a lot...what does it mean?
"Leaked" photos of "new Apple equipment" often come in the form of "I was riding on an elevator/lift at the _____ show and this was left open in front of me. Good thing I had my camera phone!"
 

yg17

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"Leaked" photos of "new Apple equipment" often come in the form of "I was riding on an elevator/lift at the _____ show and this was left open in front of me. Good thing I had my camera phone!"
Well I think it came from the original iMac G5 fake photos that were taken in an elevator, didn't it? :D


Also, usually these things are blurry because the blurriness helps hide a crappy photoshop job ;)
 

WhySoSerious

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"Leaked" photos of "new Apple equipment" often come in the form of "I was riding on an elevator/lift at the _____ show and this was left open in front of me. Good thing I had my camera phone!"

so, basically, when someone suggests they took it on an elevator, they are calling "BS on your story"? Hence, BS on these new pics?