Though this store may say it's an iPhone, the presence of Talk and End keys below the display give it away as a fake. It's certainly not worth the 185 euro ($272) price tag. Read full review
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This "Touchscreen i9" looks a bit more like the actual iPhone, but it's still not the real thing. Read full review
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Even a SIM card wouldn't help this fake. Read full review
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This iFauxne even had the Apple Logo and "Designed by Apple in California" on its back side. But a trained eye will notice the odd speakers at the bottom. Read full review
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