iPhone 4 prototype – the n90 – put up on eBay, has since been removed

Thu, Aug 23, 2012


As first discovered by 9to5Mac, an iPhone 4 prototype was up on eBay yesterday and as you’ll note from the photos below, it’s running Apple’s diagnostic software while the bottom has no screws.

At one point, the auction had a single bid for $4,500, though bidders also had the option to purchase it immediately for $10,000.

Lastly, note the presence of the word “Prototype” on the back, indicating that the device has not yet been approved by the FCC and is consequently not available for sale.

That said, the listing has already been removed from eBay.


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