iPhone 15 Pro Max: Apple accidentally shipped 60 iPhone 15 Pro Max units rather than only four in a recent occasion. Though not necessarily bad for the customer, that was a significant error. An Android phone disguised as an iPhone 15 Pro Max was delivered to a customer in the UK, who was not as fortunate as the other person.
UK man gets a fake iPhone 15 Pro Max from Apple
An individual named Ed, who goes by the Reddit handle theEdmard and resides in Surrey, England, received a major shock. He believed he was going to receive the iPhone 15 Pro Max that he had ordered. However, upon receiving the shipment, it was discovered to be a fake phone, resembling an iPhone in appearance but running Android instead.
He began noting differences in the iPhone 15 Pro Max that was sent to him as soon as he opened the package.
Several details revealed the scam: the phone had a screen protector (Apple never does), the display had a prominent “chin” at the bottom (Apple’s recent iPhones have consistent bezels around), and the phone came preinstalled with several apps (Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok), again not something Apple does.
What could’ve happened?
The fact that Apple made this error is somewhat unexpected, yet other commenters claim the iPhone was switched in transit. The gadget will probably be replaced as a complaint was filed with Apple.