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Produce purveyors create edible iPhone

Fruit cocktail combines to make an Apple

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

The world is getting rather fruity over September's reported release of the iPhone 5, yet nobody has gone quite as far as these guys.

Irish nosh supplier Top Fruit certainly knows a thing or two about apples. It also knows that by promoting itself with something iPhone 5 related, it'll probably get a lot of attention. Job done then, guys.

Check out Top Fruit's following attempt to recreate a scaled-up iPhone using pieces of fruit. Now that's what I call a capacitive lunchscreen. ®

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