World’s Largest iPhone Debuts in London

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If you wanted to see what the world’s largest iPhone looks like – or at least what a marketing company is billing as the world’s largest iPhone – head down to London’s St. Pancras International Train Station. There you’ll see this monstrosity, which was unveiled in conjunction with the release of Lara Croft Guardian of Light in the Apple App store. The first few people who saw the phone were given a keepsake iPad as a souvenir, not a bad freebie if I say so myself.

But, there’s a couple of problems with this iPhone. First, I don’t see how it’s portable enough to take with you wherever you go. Second, it’s made out of 56 iPods configured in an iPhone shape, so technically it can’t make any calls out. Lastly, they did figure out how to link all the iPads together so it could run one program on all the screens, but there’s no word if you can actually play Lara Croft Guardian of Light on the giant surface. Still, we can all dream that one day this giant iPhone can become reality.

[via Electric Pig]

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