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Sunday, 27 June 2010

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Technonerds are blogging like mad about the fact that a white Apple iPhone 4 was spotted in a Cental London Apple store, weeks before the color option will be made available to the public.

Interestingly, while people were offering double the retail price for the white cased phone, researchers say the case color does nothing for battery life or choice of carriers.

"I have no idea what the big deal is." said researchers for the Center For Making Something Out Of Nothing. "Other than someone wanting to be the first to have an iPhone 4 that looks like a panty liner."

"It's all about individuality, and freedom to be unique," said the teenager waiting in line to buy the best selling cell phone in history while wearing the exact same clothes, watch, haircut and shoes as everyone else in line. "I like being an individual."

Said an Apple Store employee who wished to remain anonymous, "Look, we daubed Wite-Out on an iPhone that my manager accidentally dropped on the floor. These customers sh-t nickels when we brought it out.

"Look, I don't care if their iPhone is dipped in plutonium, smells like Brad Pitt's beer-farts and gives them x-ray vision and the power of flight, none of these geek fanboy a--holes will see a naked woman in real life."

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