Again, your assumptions.
Nope, just yours. You've been factless. Just insulting others and making more assumptions to cover your assumptions.
It was a developer unit from Apple.
So? Developer units for Google Glass from Google are 100% the property of the developer.
You keep repeating "developer unit" like that has some meaning not proven. You are speculating lots.
I have to prove your false assumption and disprove my own.
I've made no assumptions, false or otherwise.
All the while you are not accepting the word of iFixit that they had a developer unit.
If you spent less time lying to make up false assumptions on my part, you'd have less assumptions by me to disprove.
In your world a company that gives out presale developer units to developers do not normally have them sign NDAs. Do I have that right?
Nope. But feel free to lie some more, it helps distract yourself from your own false assumptions and speculation.
And you are speculating that Apple would hand out hardware before the sale date to developers without an NDA. I'm not sure what world you live in.
I'm not speculating anything. Your false dichotomy asserts that if I want to see evidence from you to prove your assumption, that I must believe the opposite. That's a dangerous (and stupid) logic.
Did you RTFA or the thread? iFixit admits that the AppleTV was a developer unit.
And Developer units of Google Glass were paid property of the developer. You are making assumptions not supported by the facts.
And you are sure Apple won't sue for an NDA violation? Who's speculating now?
You, speculating that there was an NDA.
There is no likelihood man can ever tap the power of the atom. -- Robert Millikan, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1923