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Cops To Investigate Case For iPhone “4G”

It seems that the iPhone “4G” case didn’t end just there. Cops are investigating the case on how the iPhone 4G was lost as it was left on a barstool in Redwood City by an Apple software engineer.

It seems that the iPhone “4G” case didn’t rest. Cops are investigating the case on how the iPhone 4G was lost. It all started with the prototype being left on a
barstool in Redwood City by an Apple software engineer.

The prototype device, ended up with somebody else instead and Gizmodo “bought” it over for a price of US$5000. Quite an expensive price but definitely a worthy trade-off for the tsunami of page hits that landed on Gizmodo.

Investigators are looking if there is sufficient evidence to file
criminal charges

Of course, there is quite a lot of controversy over this topic on why the prototype has to be there and ended up “smoothly” to Gizmodo. The rumor mill is churning away at the possibilities.

Do you think it has been “planned” or perhaps it was just a bad day for the software engineer.

Photo from Gizmodo


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