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Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by jholzner, Aug 4, 2006.
Okay, this is probably fake but what the heck.
I saw that earlier and its very fake.
It doesn't look Apple enough to be an Apple product.
Well, the phone itself isn't an Apple product but I agree, the OS doesn't seem very good or polished.
Shouldn't "worlds most advanced operating system" be "world's most advanced operating system"?
...I think that's proof enough .
You'll also notice the phone twists to the side immediately after it starts up, meaning it was cut, and that video could have been easily selected to play with ample time in between.
1. Symbian OS is totally customisable - you could make your icons the shape of cakes if you wanted to - it would be easy to make that Mac 'theme' - actually they are already available!
2. The handset was placed on its side during the 'Welcome' movie - so Apple's OS requires that a portrait handset be used in landscape mode.. when it was not designed to be used that way.
3. It is a 3-branded handset - they customise all the Menu's themselves, with their own firmware.
4. The poster covered the number of a text message, stating the software was pre-release - this would not be sent in a text message, anyway.
Haha. Yep, and they spelled organize as organise.
Some of us who speak/type real English spell it that way.
Ouch, guess I just got treated. Well, Apple is a US company so I assume they would spell it the ignorant U.S. way since they tend to spell colour color.
Apple uses U.S. standard for the majority of products, although the OS is customiz(s)ed for various reasons.
Serif font for "OS X Mobile"? 'Nuff said.
Just to confirm what josh.thomas posted that this is obviously just a custom theme for Nokia S40/S60 based phones, my N70 currently has this one:
Just googled and I believe the movie shows this theme, or one very much like it: