At the end of the day, it really comes down to the software on it. I've seen fake blackberries with more "Features" than the real deal, but they never have the real software on it. THAT is where things get bad, since you suddenly don't have BBM or things like that.
So likewise if the fake iPhone runs iOS 5 without hassles, and you have acess to the App Store and iTunes on your PC recognize your phone correctly, then the rest is least of your worries imho...
Irony is, alot of people buying these fake phones never realise they are not even using the real software, until one day they try to install a app
Last edited by diabolus; 18-08-2012 at 12:08 PM.
Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts, absolutely.
There is absolutely no doubt that it is a fake.
You were watching until a stone was cut out without hands
It amazes me how easy some of us can spot a fake from a mile and how some can be so easily fooled.
Fake iPhone you say. Don't you mean Samsung?
I've made a huge mistake.