Talking with a friend about the new iPhone HD revelations by Gizmodo, we noticed how the logo on the letter Apple sent them to repossess the iPhone prototype wasn’t their latest version. Not only the logo, but on the bottom right the font used is the condensed Garamond that Apple used to use years ago. This is exactly Apple’s stationery circa 2005. Here’s a comparison between Gizmodo’s letter and others Apple sent to other individuals. Let’s see if you can spot the differences.
What can we deduct from these images? We have 3 possible scenarios:
1) Gizmodo got seriously punk’d
2) Gizmodo really received the mail but they were too lazy to scan it so they just recreate one themselves
3) Somebody at Apple should update Mr. Sewell’s stationery
What do you think about this story?