Seeing that Angry Birds Seasons Moon Festival has been available for download since last week, Rovio just recently threw up a new trailer for the game on its YouTube channel. Besides the birds taking the spotlight within the trailer, we find an unusual star that’s taking some notice away from the game’s usual star attractions.
Watching the short clip, we’re greeted with the undeniable tease of an iPhone of some sort showing the game running. However, it’s possible that the trailer has leaked one of the next generation iPhone models since it’s showing a square looking home button as opposed to the usual circular one present on the iPhone 4. As much as some would think it would be the iPhone 5, it could simply be none other than the rumored budget friendly iPhone 4S instead.
Nevertheless, you can count that the handset will be more than ideal in playing a good round of Angry Birds. Check out the trailer for yourself to see what it’s all about.
Ehh I don't know. The screen looks a little bigger with a more "capacitive" button look to it. You never know. The specs/pics are bound to be released sometime soon this month, just a matter of time until someone leaks it first. :)
I think no, because the phone is running iPhone version of the Angry Birds Seasons in the video (check out the Mighty Eagle button in the left upper corner near the pause button). Android or other versions haven't got it :(
It's a button lol. If Samsung has the patent, or the immaturity, they would Sue Apple with no problem. But I don't think they are big enough pricks to screw everyone that has been waiting for how long on the new iPhone?
11.kmichalec(Posts: 12; Member since: 29 Mar 2010)
Exactly. They mocked it up, and made it look similar to the iPhone just for the associated brand recognition, but changed the button to be square instead of round to avoid Apple coming after them for using an Apple product in a promo without permission or having to pay to use it. It's a rendering that's close enough so we all get the reference, but different enough that they can't be sued for it. That's all.
14.remixfa(Posts: 14255; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
OR, the more likely scenario is that its a fake mock up to look like an iphone but not so closely that they can get sued for infringement or have to pay royalties to have the iphone in the advertisement.