Originally Posted by cnocbui
Then put your 'professional skills where your mouth is and produce an equivalent fake - you know, a product with curved surfaces inside a transparent plastic box. You said it was easy, so it shouldn't take long for a professional Photoshop user such as yourself.
The curved screen is a red herring.
Apple wouldn't make a nano with a curved screen.
What Apple would make is a nano with a curved back and flat front, just like the iPhone 3G.
This alone makes the photo a fake.
There are enough artifacts in the (orange) picture to point to photoshopping:
The edges of the screen are ragged where the curve has been introduced - look at the bottom of the screen a 1/4 way in from the left. There's a bump.
All the way up the screen on the left and right is further evidence of cloning, giving a ragged bumpy edge.
The screen is also too dark. It's been darkened to hide the re-touching, as shown by the highlights that also get darker on the screen.
I'm not at work at the moment or I would produce another fake for you - but surely this one is enough?