iPod Touch wants to be an iPhone

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  1. Aciidc0der

    Aciidc0der Retired Moderator

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    Interesting pic taken while an iPod Touch user tried breaking in it... heres the pic

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  2. AlexCPU

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    wait, hold on a sec...
    it's an ipod touch, that thinks it's an iphone?
    how'd you manage to find that screen?
  3. Aciidc0der

    Aciidc0der Retired Moderator

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    i was surfing trhough Engadget and saw it...just posted it here...poor iPod Touch with Identity Problems :S
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    should we call it Jekyll and Hyde or Cybill

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    Aciidc0der Retired Moderator

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    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!
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    I think your ipod touch is having delusions of grandeur. poor thing.
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    veryniceipod Retired Moderator

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    That happens when you put a password on the Touch to lock it so no one but yourself can use it. Then when you enter the wrong password, that screen comes up. (I guess Apple forgot to change it from "iPhone" to "iPod Touch")
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    is passwording an ipod really necessary?
    I can understand it with the iphone where you can make calls and so on, but what, oh dear, someone's listening to my music?
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    yeah but that way there are more possibilites for the "stealer" to return it to its owner...
  10. Zorb

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    Your contact list is worth securing, is it not? As it perhaps your calendar? (Moreso for the calendar than now, once there is a reliable way to enter information via the iPod.)

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