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August 11, 2012

Breaking! Apple stole the iPhone designs from Sony

In 2006, Apple industrial designer Shin Nishibori was directed to design an iPhone prototype "inspired" by the Sony.

Read the documents proving Apple stole the Sony design here.

Worst part is, Apple admits to it!  So why is Apple trying to sue everyone?

Apple designer Richard Howarth took note of the renders, and in a 2006 email told Ive that that he felt the design allowed for a "much smaller-looking product with a much nicer shape" for making calls when compared to another prototype, referred to as "P2." The extruded design of the P2 bears a striking resemblance to the iPod Mini, with a large screen replacing the scroll wheel (looking at the P2 prototype also strongly brings Nokia's Lumia line to mind). Pictured with the P2 is what is clearly an early prototype for what would become the iPhone 4 and 4S sandwich design. Howarth comments that Nishibori's Sony-inspired look is "only half a step away" from what is now Cupertino's current model.

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Anonymous said... [Reply]

Not surprised. The iPhone came out of no where. Before the iPhone, all Apple had was an ugly neon colored, overpriced computers.

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