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 The Table Connect iPhone table. Shown is a real working prototype (the iPhone has been digitally added).
 The iPhone Table
 WATCH TABLE IN ACTION: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCbSwOgNzZg
 
 Are these secret snaps of Steve Jobs next-gen iPhone?
 
 If so you would have trouble getting it in your pocket as this is actually the world's first iPhone table.
 
 Simply plug in your handset and you can control your phone just as on the real version.
 
 The 58" 'multitouch surface' allows you to choose applications and scroll through photo albums exactly as you would on its original small screen.
 
 Using a dedicated app, the iPhone connects by the standard dock connector, although the team expect wireless capability soon.
 
 Called Table Connect, the unofficial gizmo is the brainchild of a mysterious group of tech wizards calling themselves the TC Team.
 
 They say: "Immediately after the iPhone is attached, the magic starts to happen. The entire content of the iPhone's screen will be projected onto the table, giving full access to all the touch gestures using multitouch technology.
 
 "Table Connect for iPhone is what you have been waiting for, multitouch on steroids."
 
 
 
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