Alleged iPhone 5 video pulled from YouTube “due to copyright claim by Apple Inc”

Jan 5, 2011 - 5 Comments

iphone 5 video pulled by apple

The alleged iPhone 5 video has been removed from YouTube, if you try and watch the video now you’ll get the pleasant message “This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Apple, Inc…” as you can see in the screenshot above.

If Apple had the video removed, what does that tell us? Was that an iPhone 5? Verizon iPhone 4? A random hardware test model? Something from the Chinese black market? Whatever it is, clearly Apple doesn’t like the video floating around on the web.

Let the questions begin…

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  1. […] The video has been removed from YouTube “due to copyright claim by Apple Inc”, so read into that what you […]

  2. John says:

    Suddenly it looks like the real deal

    • Breck says:

      Don’t think that. Apple can’t take things off uptoutube like that. Copyright doesn’t even apply to YouTube!

  3. […] week a video of “replacement’ parts for the iPhone was posted and then taken down. It showed a slightly different design of the hardware. was it a fake? And is the claim that it was […]

  4. Breck says:

    Oh and this guy obviously just made that picture and faked it. I’d bet for popularity.

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