While most certainly a hoax this bit of false journalism highlights both a very ironic pathway for attack on the American consumer, and our (American)
near spiritual level of devotion to the latest gadgetry. I wonder how many of us would still by the gadget . . . even knowing a chance of disease or
death could result from doing so? These days? My guess is sales would be higher than ever.
The Ebola virus can not live more than one week, tops outside the body.
So even if an infected person handled the iphone it takes more than a week for the iphone to leave Africa, travel to the US, go through a distribution
center, be sent to stores, unpacked, stocked and purchased.
So even if the early part of story is true, the virus could not make it to stores alive.
OP I don't know if you truly believed this when you decided to post it but, a simple search of "where is the I Phone 6 manufactured" you would have
seen there is only one company manufacturing it and that Foxconn in China.
Generally when you find on one site claiming sensational headlines, it's a hoax.
In a response to every one not just u i was asking questions i was not being specific i even in one post acknowledged that the site might be satire im
on the road working i hit alot of internet dead spots you gus did me the favor of doin the research i appreciate that next time ill be more specific
sorry vultures for my errors... a reply to: 2manyholes
A friend sent me article i skimmed i posted to vulture land they devourvoured and spit it out its simple if you read from begining i didnt agree w
article i just posted and asked opinion Maam a reply to: AutumnWitch657
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