Apple Loses iPhone Prototype in a Bar…Again
Last Updated on Friday, 7 October 2011 11:00 Written by The Geek Wednesday, 31 August 2011 05:30
Apple really needs to send their reps to AA or something as this just keeps happening. According to CNET the iPhone prototype was lost at the bar Cava22 in San Francisco’s Mission District. Apple jumped up in full force to track down the pesky little critter. They tracked the phone to a ‘man in his twenties’ who denied knowing anything about the prototype. Apple pf course offered up some cash and a ‘no questions asked’ bounty to the man but he still denied knowing anything of it. He let them and investigators search the house and still nothing…GPS must have been on the fritz. The phone later was sold on Craigslist for $200 to an unknown buyer according to CNET’s source.
How many times does these need to happen before devices go on lockdown? It is obvious that the people at Apple enjoy a drink but come on! Of course I wont knock it to hard as we love reporting it. We will keep you posted as more unfolds. Comments after the jump.