Photos of a number of new, early iPhone and iPad prototypes have been revealed as part of the ongoing case between Apple and Samsung. The Verge has published a number of the photos, including some showing an iPad prototype with a built-in kickstand and iPod branding, CAD drawings of an iPad from 2004 that look quite similar to the iPad we have today. Also featured are a number of iPhone prototypes, including one with eight sides thanks to diagonal corners, early models with “MENU” written on the Home button, and one labeled “n90”—the supposed codename for the iPhone 4—that lacks a Home button and appears to have a much smaller screen than that device, despite sharing some aesthetic qualities. You can see the full gallery at the above link.
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