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OK, no fooling around, lets get to it.
Good for them. They may have gone a bit overboard on this but all
in all, good for them. They have produced such a kink in the Mac
world in the last few days that they should be commended for their
effort. Weather or not they are true to their word, or if what
they are saying is true, we don't know. However, they are doing
what the Mac rumor world needed. They are giving it a big kick in
the ass. However, they may be betting their entire reputation (and
finances) on it. Spymac has removed all media relating to the
iwalk from their site, stating legal pressures. The same pictures
can be found on various sites on the web and in a recent wired
article. We managed to grab a few of them before they were pulled.
You can take a look at those
here We also included a link to the videos that still worked as
of publish time.
What people think of these pictures and
videos is that they are fake. Some people believe they are of a
prototype digital device in early development. Some believe they
are completely fake mockups produced by the publishers of
this site and
aparently the co-owner of Spymac.com. Appleturns.com has a full
run down of this story. The main part here is that this guy is
good at mochups. take a look at some of his work
here This would explain the differences in the initial picture
of the iwalk (admitedly a mochup) and the new pics. Is he as good
with physical mochups as he is with digital ones? You decide (NOTE: Picture taken from wired.com).
What do you think?
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