I believe the iWalk is fake for the following reasons:
1) It's ****ing booting MacOS mother****ing 9, GUI and all. Just look at the screen. That's lunacy. Apple would be taking a step backwards. "OS 9 for embedded applications! Yeah!" Sorry. That's a load of crap for a plethora of reasons that I don't think I have to specifically state.
2) It looks like a Palm with the plug end of the old yoyo power adapter (not the end that goes into the wall) detached from the wire and separated from the tri-circle array plug glued onto it. If you've ever owned or used a yoyo power adapter, you'll know what I'm talking about and probably recognize the part sitting on this supposed iWalk. As I recall, the Apple logo is conveniently already there. I'm not positive on this count though. Even then, it really does look like that part and they could have done a paint job.
3) It's pretty clear that Apple is ****ing with us at this point. Don't you all think there's probably a pretty good chance that they could be purposefully spreading misinformation? That Apple engineer friend of yours that you're always pestering for inside info but never gives it up finally decides to let you in on a little secret: the iWalk. I don't buy it.
4) Steve axed the Newton. (Sorry Fran. That was harsh.)
-Just a disgruntled Quicksilver 733 owner