As you can see in the footage above, the phone is made to look like your generic Android with a run-of-the-mill interface but look at the top right corner where the status bar is, what do you see? That's right, the time shown is 9:41, but so what?
Apple is notorious for its affinity towards the exact 9:41 AM time that shows throughout its product render shots on its website, in stores, and on other marketing materials. There is a
story behind that decision, and it's that Apple's big product launches happen about 40 minutes into a keynote, so it timed the clock on its product renders to show a minute after so that the audience is left with the impression that the unveiling is indeed in real time. As per Apple's Scott Forstall:
Even if it is more than a minute off the mark, the infamous 9:41 AM has stayed as a branding mark for years now, and, seemingly, transfers even to doctored Android interfaces in Apple support videos. Talk about love of branding consistency.