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Knight Rider phone...

What's this ?
The UI looks like the iPhone's..
The phone doesn't.
(Spotted in episode 12 of first season)

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  1. Did anyone else notice that Burn Notice's Micheal Weston now uses iPhones ? He used a black 3G the a White in a protective case. It would be the best spy phone EVAR! The show can't say he is using one because they are sponcered by Altel and in the US iPhone is exclusively an AT&T product. Which is too bad because I know my iPhone does some extremely covert things. Like I said the perfect spiPhone !

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  2. It's a Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, with a picture not the real GUI :)

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  3. The Phone un the Picture is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1. With Toch Display, but not as good as the iPhone Touchscreen Features.

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  4. I can't believe that apple would go back that far to find a gui that they could use for the iphone. It's an exact duplicate of what we have on our call ui today.

    Steven

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  5. Yep! I just find it silly they used an image of the actual iPhone UI on a Sony phone :)

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  6. what is more silly is the "actors" that uses the iPhone "BACKWARD", on the last season of "two and a half men" Charlie Sheen uses backward his iPhone on one scene and on another scene his uses it correctly, WOW, for someone that has to memorize a script for every TV show and movies, he is a "silly" men, jeje, sorry Charlie, but maybe iPhone are to much for you.

    cristv77

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  7. Lol.. I found another tv series with a backward iphone.. let me find it...

    here you go:
    http://i42.tinypic.com/2ngvk41.jpg

    The tv series was Journeyman :)

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  8. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, That made me laugh so hard, good one Zibri!!!!!!!


    cristv77

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