Chinese State Police Seize iPhone Branded Gas Stoves

I want one of these knockoff Chinese iPhone stoves so badly. And to be fair, they are probably made in a factory next to the one in which iPhone phones are created. Via M.I.C. Gadget:

Two warehouses containing iPhone branded gas stoves got seized by the state police at Wuhan, after discovering they are not real Apple products. Each of the stoves comes with an Apple logo in green color.

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  • Anarchy Pony

    Only in China.

  • Joe

    Everyone needs an Istove

  • Mamagriff50

    I want one…..Hope they’re comming to a corner near here soon………..lol

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    They coulda gotten away with it if the logo wasn’t in green. Everyone knows apple only uses black, white and metallic for coloring.

    • Jin The Ninja

       lol

  • Wake Up America

    This is what the world is coming to. The Chinese are taking over. First this, and soon they will be landing on the moon. What they are not telling us is that this actually is the next wave in cooking technology. It has apps for listening to music while you cook, weighs the amount of food you’re cooking and can calculate calorie counts. The Chinese arrested the people who were selling these not because they were fake, but because they are real and don’t want this technology to get out to the Americans because they want us fat and slow so they can take over when they come over to collect their debt.

    • http://www.facebook.com/connor.toole1 Connor Toole

      i thought mitch hedberg died of an od like what, 8 years ago.  you should probably quit the day job.

  • D.D.B.

    More than likely they just wanted to use some English words to make it seem cool.
    Like those T-shirts with English gibberish on them.

  • Okarin

    atleast they should be awarded the apple sticker for ‘think different’

  • hashu

    Chinese..lol

  • Richardboff

    it seems home made and made up   ……. or is it chinkalinka hung gung gung gung goy lol

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