A children's toy that was modelled and marketed based on Apple's iPhone 4S caught STOMPer Faris' attention when he saw it being sold at a store in Woodlands.
According to the STOMPer, the toy has pop-out buttons instead of a touchscreen, and emits a sound naming the number or animal on the buttons.
The STOMPer wrote:
"I was at Vista Point earlier today (Apr 13) when I came across a 'fake iPhone' being sold at a provision shop there.
"I took a look at it and realized it was a toy that was for kids to play and learn at the same time.
"Unlike the real iPhone, this toy has popout buttons which produced sounds when I pressed on it. When I pressed on the numbers, a sound that pronounces the number will be played.
"I think this is quite a funny toy -- I'll buy it for any kids around me that I know!"