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Sonny Dickson is a teenager from Melbourne. The young man, who says he’s “old enough to drink”,
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Here’s the juicy bit. Those Apple parts aren’t on sale yet.
Apple is expected to unveil the latest version of the iPhone, the iPhone 5S,
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Dickson claims to have posted pictures of several other unannounced Apple products as well, such as the iPhone 5C,
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That success has attracted the attention of Apple,
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Dickson’s site was also visited by United States Homeland Security.
He should probably watch his back. In 2010, 21 year old Brian Hogan sold an iPhone 4 prototype to gadget website Gizmodo. Apple launched an aggressive investigation and Hogan was forced to pay a fine.
“Some people think I may be breaking the law, but they don’t really know what I do,” Dickson said. “I’m not breaking any laws that other people don’t do.”