We did this HTML code capture of Apple's Feedback page a few minutes ago. It shows an option for the "iPhone Extreme", which following Apple product naming convention for Airport, it could mean a faster iPhone or a new iPhone with a latex case. Or maybe, just some joke by some bored HTML programmer. What do you think it means? [Tom Thinks via 9to5mac]
iPhone Extreme Hidden in Apple's iPhone Feedback Page
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