This is nuts.<br><br>"The real action, however, took place behind the building--and could only be seen from the parking lot of an adjacent company on the other side of a shallow creek. Workers hustled to maneuver pallets of the brown boxes around trucks from FedEx and Advanced Logistics. The area was crowded with more than a dozen empty trailers from "Xtra Lease" and others. <br><br>All around the trucks, workers wheeled around pallets of the plain brown boxes, some using forklifts, others with hydraulic dollies. A security guard working for the company across the creek from Quanta's facility approached this reporter before a thorough survey could be made. "<br><br>"We'll be returning to Fremont soon. And checking up on a few other places where the new iPhones might be on the move."<br><br>Would reporters be crawling around trying to get the scoop on the latest BB or Nokia phone? Not bloomin likely. <br><br>Steve Jobs and Apple are positively brilliant! <br><br>
It gets more funny. iPhone Stakeout Part 11<br><br>"Phones are supposed to be all about talking. Apple's new iPhone must be something really special, then, because it has an incredible power to make people shut up."<br><br>
...it isn't the new iPhone?<br>What if those mystery boxes contain nothing but iMacs and iPods to be restocked for the 'back-to-school' sales?<br><br>(Ah, the suspense....!)<br><br><br><br>[color:blue][/b]Hodie mihi. Cras tibi.</font color=blue>[/b]
What I can't figure out is what kind of a big stick does Steve carry? Think about how many different folks are handling the iPhone right now. There's truckers and warehouse guys plus assemblers and everyone else in between yet not one single solid peep about what it looks like or anything about new features. How the h3ll does Apple manage this?<br><br>
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
That too. <br><br>I've had many opportunities to have knowledge of "company confidential" matters and many times it's simply a matter of pride to keep it under my hat just because it's big news.<br><br>
I was talking to a Jet Mechanic who works in the hanger across the ramp from us. He was asking me who was our landscaper, so I gave him the name of the company - He whips out his iPhone and starts dialing,, sooo I had to ask how do you like it? (I Love It) - <br><br>
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