Guess what, an industrious Chinese company called LeGuo has released an all new iPhone 5 knockoff ahead of the Apple event later today. The phone has no name, but it takes the two-tone iPhone design that’s been revealed in drips and drabs over the past few months, and has a larger 4-inch screen, a smaller dock connector and runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich system. The best part? It has “Siri”. More photos after the break.
What’s this? Appearing on its Chinese forum, ahead of Apple’s special event on Sept. 12, Chinese company Goophone is able to “knock off” Apple’s upcoming sixth-generation iPhone based on renderings and leaks, and they present us the Goophone i5, featuring the new two-tone metal back design of the new iPhone. More photos after the break, and a never-before-seen video showing the production line of the Goophone.
Apple’s next generation iPhone is almost here. We hear. Actually, we’re hearing a whole lot lately. Today, the Chinese knockoff makers managed to grab the opportunity to introduce their next-gen iPhone knockoff before Apple does. It has a bigger screen than Apple’s iPhone, and it looks like an iPod touch with a curved back form factor. Looks really awesome. More photos after the break.
UPDATE: Hands-on video!
If you are a reader of M.I.C. Gadget, you probably love to see the counterfeit iPods, iPhones, and iPads we have introduced to you. Throughout the year, Chinese counterfeiting reaches a new low with the cloning of fake Apple stores selling real Apple products. The Chinese counterfeiters even have cheap “iPhone 5″ knockoffs for sale before Apple introduces the next iPhone. What’s more impressive is that there’s a MacBook Air knockoff from Shenzhen called the AirBook that looks near identical to Apple’s unibody MacBook Air upon first glance. So, the Apple counterfeits are very attractive, and we would like to show you all the best ones in this super round-up post, just read on to catch up with us!
Normally we don’t have a chance to tell you what is it actually like to purchase fake iPhones at the kirf markets of China. But recently someone managed to capture a video showing us how is it like to buy an iPhone 5 knockoff from Chinese vendors in Shenyang. The vendor is a girl, and she seemed to be very familiar with the features, and she was even unboxing the fake iPhone 5 to excite the customer. Watch the video after the jump.
While the entire world of Apple fanboys are looking for any clues as to what the next must-have Apple iPhone will look like, the Chinese counterfeiters are already spawning fake devices based on those “iPhone 5″ case designs that have recently been circulating on the web. These “evil” counterfeiters have produced the “iPhone 5″ before Apple officially release it, and surprisingly, there’s one particular device, sports a taped edge design that was revealed by those case leaks. It is advertised as an “iPhone 5″ in mainland China, and Jesus Diaz of tech site Gizmodo has already confirmed he believes this to be the next design, with so much conviction he’s publicly stated he’ll wax his entire body and go vegetarian for a month if it isn’t. Well, we heard his words, and we decided to get some hands-on experience on this alleged iPhone 5 clone, to check out if it really sports the design of the iPhone 5. Here’s our full review, so read on to find out!
While updating the iPhone 5 rumors, you should take a look of this FAKE iPhone 5! We have no idea how the iPhone 5 will look exactly like when it launches in October, but the design of this machine looks like would match up with the iPhone 5 cases that we spotted previously. More shots after the break.
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