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  Reply # 283864 18-Dec-2009 18:50
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slickcoder: hey I got an iphone as well but out of curiosity I tried to connect it to Telecom XT and it didn't work. However my phone is okay as I'm using it to connect to Vodafone.

My phone was purchased outside New Zealand.

I've jailbroken my iphone with latest firmwares too.. hehehe


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  Reply # 284111 19-Dec-2009 23:43
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I have only seen ones that called it a nokia get removed, the lookalikes were left alone.




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  Reply # 289908 14-Jan-2010 10:19
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My mate brought one made in America! some of the functions dont work looks the same tho

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  Reply # 289911 14-Jan-2010 10:24
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That would be a first. All iPhones are "designed in California, assembled in China".





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  Reply # 289914 14-Jan-2010 10:41
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freitasm: That would be a first. All iPhones are "designed in California, assembled in China".


Possibly a rip-off manufacturer with a sense of humor, "designed in China, made in America",
Or maybe it slipped through a crack in reality from 100yrs in the future :)

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  Reply # 289925 14-Jan-2010 11:51
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Ha.

it was funny with trademe. I had a few imported, unlocked and sold em back when the iPhone was first out.

Had several pulled from trademe, but as Apple nor vodafone sold them in nz and they were the real deal I was a little upset with.
Sold all in Buy sell etc though.

Anyways, as soon as vodafone announced they had the iphone 3g for sale the old 2Gs were allowed to be on Trademe.

Talk about a flip-flop!




 


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  Reply # 289955 14-Jan-2010 12:24
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freitasm: That would be a first. All iPhones are "designed in California, assembled in China".



well this one is one brought in china while he was doing busness in china     (So Funny guy in fake iphone factory)

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  Reply # 290071 14-Jan-2010 18:15
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I think there is a place in China, or maybe it was Taiwan called Usa (i.e not U.S.A) founded just so they can print on their products "MADE IN USA"

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