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 True, but I doubt majority of them are apple shareholders. Only a few.
 Thank you for clarifying the clincher is "If you got them at a low price..." and not "...to come across either of these things."
 Over 6 million original iphones were manufactured on an assembly line. It hardly compares to a computer that was hand built and signed by Wozniak. Plus that particular one came with a signed letter from Jobs. Any one of us can "come across" (have an opportunity to purchase) either of these, in person or online. Does that make any of us extremely fortunate? 
 We can look to the original iphone as an example.It originally sold for $600 then 2 months later dropped to $400 and then when the 3G came out it dropped even more. How much more, I don't remember. Today you can get one on ebay for a whopping $25!http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-Apple-iPhone-4GB-Black-Silver-Smartphone-A1203-/221548513571 Or one with a cracked glass for $0.99http://www.ebay.com/itm/original-iphone-8gb-Apple-First-Generation-Smartphone-Ios/251644826017 And...
  “For over three years Android has offered encryption, and keys are not stored off of the device, so they cannot be shared with law enforcement,” said company spokeswoman Niki Christoff. Who's lol now?
  Take your foot out of your mouth. Apple is copying Android. Encrypting has been a part of the Android OS for years.
 Do you have any proof to support that claim? A link will do.
Was Robin William's verse from the movie an audio clip from the movie or did he recite it for the commercial?
 Then how do you fill your Geek Squad reqs?
 ADD again? You didn't answer who killed video stores. It wasn't piracy. Where do you buy your music, movies and books from? You talk like you care about those businesses.If you say iTunes then it's hypocrites like you that put those stores out of business.
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