Discussion in 'iPhone' started by loaf-, Oct 19, 2008.
I'm not sure how old this is, but....
Its from a couple days ago.
That's cool, but it will probably be on a jailbreak platform not on App Store.
its fake, myphone didnt exist it was all some PR stunt for an audio company. :'(
Here is the report from Boygeniusreport.com
"Remember that rumor about Steve Jobs having a heart attack that went around not too long ago? Well, it might just be true as soon as Stevo catches wind of this one. The video above shows a brief interview from MyPhone 2008 with a young Norweigan developer named Erik Kristiansen. While Kristiansen might not be the smoothest talker in Vegas, he has managed to put together quite a piece of software. As he explains in the video, he has essentially created bootcamp for the iPhone. When the phone powers on, the user must select between booting OS X and Windows Mobile. No you didn’t misread anything there, we said Windows Mobile! Woh. We’re not sure if iPhone users will exactly be clamoring get Windows Mobile fired up on their iPhones but it might actually be pretty nice to rock an iPhone with an OS that allows things like copy / paste and background processes for third-party apps. Kristiansen is aiming to release his work to the public this coming January and it will be open source. Of course you shouldn’t expect to see this one hit the app store - only jailbroken iPhones need apply.
EDIT: "you dont have girl friends in norway" what a jerk lol
That was really mean of her. This would be cool if it ended up being real.
It's fake, I can't believe you people fell for that!
Just because it looks like an interview and has some funky headlines and sh*t doesn't make it real!! Use your head to think.
Also if you look closely, when he goes to "KALENDAR" he doesn't touch sh*t, he just approaches the home button.
Who said I fell for it? I just said this would be cool. I will believe it is real if it is ever actually available to download.
It would be cool, I like windows mobile
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