In Northern Italy, Giulio Zompetti has managed to score a cache of early prototypes of the Apple Watch. He’s a little shady about where he got them, but they’re fascinating to look at. More from MOTHERBOARD:
Some of the watches display a rare logo reminiscent of the Star Wars’ Death Star, a logo that’s been displayed on iPhone prototypes in the past. Zompetti has a history of obtaining rare prototype Apple devices, and he believes these are authentic Apple devices. The markings, QR codes, and logos on them are reminiscent of prototype iPhones Motherboard has seen and used in the past.
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