Hump wrote on Apr 20, 2010, 19:27: people are still believing that the phone in question was "lost"?
considering apple has never in their history stooped to something this retarded for marketing? let alone just for a fourth generation of an existing device. of course it was lost. it's apple. they don't need to resort to this for any reason. everyone wants to know everything about their latest crap right now. or do you think they were just going to drop their newest device in bars until it finally fell into the right hands? accidents happen every day. sometimes we hear about them.
though apparently every time we hear about them is because it's all an elaborate conspiracy.
people are far too willing to assume every corporation or government is hyper-competent and incapable of mistakes. give me a break. 'lol.'
i'm sure other apple employees will be pissed at this moron for fucking it up for all of them since i imagine field tests for the select few are now canceled in perpetuity.