Apple Lost Another IPhone At A Bar? Sounds To Bad To Be True

Posted: Sep 1 2011, 2:06am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
Apple lost another iPhone at a Bar? Sounds to Bad to Be True

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Report appears that says that yet another iPhone prototype got lost in a bar in San Francisco.

We all remember the fiasco of Apple losing the iPhone 4 prototype in a bar last year. Now the same thing has supposed to happen again according to an exclusive report on CNET. The unreleased iPhone was supposed lost in a bar called Cava22 and sold on Craigslist for $200. CNET has no information on how the lost iPhone looks like or what iOS it was running. I assume because it only fetched $200 that it looked like an ordinary iPhone 4.

CNET's report claims that Apple security went after the lost iPhone in the bar and also tracked it to a house. Nothing could to be confirmed, which makes the whole report rather thin. It has a lot of details, but CNET could not confirm anything described in the report with involved parties. It is also not clear if it has any relevancy at this point as the lost phone could as well be just a normal iPhone 4.

Let's see if this story develops into something bigger over the next days.

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