SpyMac contradicts themselves about the iWalk. The messages on the site want you to believe that they've been handed top-secret videos from an anonymous source:
The SpyMac staff have finished verifying the authenticity of the iWalk video and have decided that the source of the footage is sufficiently unidentifiable.
We can clearly make out Firewire, audio-in and audio-out ports.
Yet the camera shot shows the user loading up a spymac.com web site, written specifically:
"to see, whether or the browser works."
Likewise, we would generally expect a top-secret Apple product to be built and tested in Cupertino, or in Asian production facilities.
Yet, on turnaround.mov German can clearly be heard ("Bitte", and something else.) Note that Spymac.com is on a German webhost:
t\tSchlund + Partner AG
t\t\t+49 721 91374 80
t\t\t+49 721 91374 20
So either iWalk is real, yet for some reason they're lying about their relationship to the source...
...or else iWalk is a fake, made by Spymac themselves.
Which explanation is more consistent?
P.S. I see onlooker made a similar point while I was writing this post....
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