Still if it hasn’t been formally announce yet, and surely isn’t obtainable to the universal public (unless an Apple employee loses a test model in a bar), there are plenty of scammers out there annoying to trick you into believe you can get a free iPhone 5.
Here’s just a sample of the pages on Face book claim to be an iPhone 5 giveaway. Characteristically they are annoying to deception you into clicking on links, driving traffic to online a survey which earns them revenue.
Repeat after me 🙂
* There is no free iPhone
* There is no free iPad
But for every free iPhone or iPad offered, there are probably 10,000,000 or more fake offers.
So if you just assume ALL “free” iPads and iPhones obtainable online are scams, you’re absent out on a one-in-a-ten-million chance. In other words, you’re missing what is exactly almost indistinguishable from nothing, zero, zilch.
But every time you enter one of these online giveaways, you might be hand over your personal information to scammers and putting cash into their pockets.
And you don’t want to do that, do you?
It’s extensively predictable that Apple will proclaim the iPhone 5 sometime this month. But don’t hold your breath about them contribution it for free.