Time to pick apart another blurry image

Ok, folks, here we go again. Another blurry, nondescript photo of a supposed Apple product has made its way to the web (and what a coincidence, just a day after Apple announces a press event). This time, MacDailyNews is playing host. An anonymous tipster writes:

"I was only able to snap one quick shot of this as I was only in there for about 30 seconds. I sort of stumbled upon it - can't say more about how or why...there are a bunch of ports (and maybe a button or two) neatly arranged on the back (?) of the cube in a line along the bottom edge. It's about 8-inches square and 8-inches tall - a perfect cube. It seems to be made out of a similar material as a Power Mac - aluminum perforated with a round hole pattern, but they're smaller holes than found on a Power Mac. The top is the same material as the sides with the addition of the Apple logo, even though it doesn't look like it in the photo - I had to snap it quick, sorry."

First of all, thirty seconds is a long time to spend taking a single picture. When was the last time you spent a full thirty seconds on a single photo? Plus, if you've got all that time and this killer exclusive, why not get a shot of the ports on the back? And why must all of these things be blurry? Are we the only ones who think this looks like a doctored Apple Design Award? Finally, the Apple logo seems to be missing its leaf. Have at it, Photoshop pros.

And if you think we're going to launch a "Create Your Own Blurry Photo of a Secret Apple Product" contest, you've got another thing coming.

Update: I think Kevin's comment nailed it: You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile! Apple is in league with the Borg!