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Foxconn Factory Riot Blamed On iPhone 5 Rush
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Mack Knife
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9/25/2012 | 4:29:41 PM
re: Foxconn Factory Riot Blamed On iPhone 5 Rush
Oh yeah, if your aluminum cased iPhone 5 scratches easily, that is normal, it is made out of aluminum. Could it have been made from a different material? Of course. Just buy an iPhone 6 because not only will the case be made from something else, like maybe compressed paper, but it will have an even smaller connector than the iPhone 5.

That way, your iPhone 6 will dissolve just before the iPhone 7 is released, saving you the hassle of selling it.
Mack Knife
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Mack Knife,
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9/25/2012 | 4:26:39 PM
re: Foxconn Factory Riot Blamed On iPhone 5 Rush
Were this any other product it would be banned because it causes so much harm. People get hurt making them, people get ripped off buying them and then the owners get robbed and it taken away from them.

Can you image the laughter in the Apple boardroom?


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