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[pivotCE]Video: iPhone X goes head to head with Palm Pre for some reason

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Found my old one!! Just no idea how to get past this palm profile screen without having Sprint service on it pic.twitter.com/qC9w5Q1fpb

— Tim Schofield (@qbking77) December 11, 2017

Tech-tuber, Tim Schofield, dug out a Palm Pre today to do a comparison video of the iPhone X and the original Palm Pre with equal parts “Apple finally copied webOS” and “this weird device is old, lolz” sprinkled in.

Perhaps the video is in response to claims from Qualcomm that Apple went too far in their borrowing (read:  theft) of elements that made webOS, well, webOS.

He admits this isn’t a serious comparison, of course.

New video tonight! Mixing it up a bit and just made this one for fun

— Tim Schofield (@qbking77) December 11, 2017

I’m going to let the video speak for itself on this one.

He had some help getting that Pre bypassed from our community, by the way (no shout-out in the video, Tim?!). And my favorite comment on the video has got to be this one!

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Yes. Yes, it does.

#webOSforever

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