The secret iPhone 4 prototype featured a design and no Apple logo on the back. Blogger DongleBookPro stated this in his YouTube video.
The author showed a prototype of the Apple smartphone, which he had at his disposal. According to the author, the model was one of the first rare prototypes of the iPhone 4, which was released in 2010. The device differs from the released device in that it does not have an apple on the back panel, denoting the Apple logo. Instead, it contains the Death Star icon from the original Star Wars trilogy.
The smartphone also lacks the Retina display, which actually debuted in the iPhone 4. The author did not find screws that hold the screen in place, as well as engraving on the volume buttons. According to DongleBookPro, the internals of the smartphone are also different from those of other Apple phones.
In his video, the blogger explained why there is a Death Star icon on the back of the smartphone. According to him, this is how Apple fought against leaks in production. “Apparently customs or other people should have thought it was some kind of fake Disney memorabilia. At least that’s what they told me, ”the blogger noted.
Earlier, a unique iPhone with a USB-C connector was put up for sale. The device was created by Swiss robotics student Ken Pillonel, who managed to remove the standard Lightning port from the device.