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Via: CNN
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Is this Marvel's newest superhero?

A man in China was arrested this past weekend for trying to smuggle in 94 iPhones from Hong Kong where they are cheaper to purchase.

Customs officials were suspicious of the way he was walking, so they had him go through the metal detectors.

That's when they discovered $49,000 worth of Apple products (both iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S models) taped to his midsection in this makeshift suit of armor.

Crotch Siri is now scarred for life.

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The Price is Right has been especially cringeworthy lately.

First we had this little gem a few days ago, where one contestant celebrated his win a bit prematurely, while his competitor made one of the worst bids we have seen.

Until now.

These two clueless contestants seem to think iPhones are made out of solid gold and unicorn tears.

"I hope the marketing people at Apple are watching this," said Drew Carey.

The reactions from the audience are priceless.

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While most young people would be super excited to unwrap an Apple iPhone box on Christmas day, Grandma was not so pleased.

"I'm really not equipped to handle this," she said, noting that she uses a landline.

Fortunately for her, it wasn't exactly an iPhone, but it was still pretty sweet.

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She told him not to do that.

Magician Chris Ballinger recently performed an iPhone trick on YouTube comedian GloZell as part of his "Magic Mondays" video series.

The augmented reality app he uses on her, called My Pet Boris, makes it appear as though there is spider on your hand.

Watch until the end for a special surprise, and the best possible reaction from GloZell.

Arachnophobes and Weave-a-phobes beware.

Via: deSouza3
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For maximum effect, keep an eye on the dude on the left when "Utah Road Trip" becomes "It's Road Trip."

Via: Mashable
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iPhone 6 users are reporting that their hairs (of both beard and top-of-the-skull variety) are getting caught in the space where the aluminum meets glass on the new device. But is this even possible? The folks at Mashable are determined to put it to the test.

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