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Visualized: Verizon iPhone customer shipped a device in test mode

Chris Ziegler
02.09.11
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If these screens look vaguely familiar, that's because they're essentially the same ones Apple has been using to test the iPhone's various components since day one. Problem is, this is apparently a production Verizon iPhone that was shipped out to an actual customer this week, which... well, let's just put it this way: it's not going to help you play Angry Birds any faster. They've tried to restore the phone using iTunes to no avail, so here's the million-dollar question: collectible or worthless return? Hit the gallery for a couple more shots.

[Thanks, Alexei]

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