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SFPD Released A Full Detailed Statement On The Case Of Lost iPhone 5 Prototype

Few days back we told you about the incident which happened once again twice a year by the same company. The company is not any different. You all know about it. Definitely it is Apple. When we say Apple we recall that Apple lost its iPhone 4 in a bar last year and this year they did the same thing with iPhone 5 prototype. This time the city was different but the place was the same. The place was a Bar. This time the bar was in Mexico known as Cava22.

Once again Apple’s iPhone 5 prototype was leaked in the bar and it is not yet confirmed that who got the prototype. Last year when iPhone 4 was leaked so the technology blog Gizmodo bought it for $5,000 and showed up on their web. That is why they got PWNED by Apple. This time the person who got the iPhone 5 prototype seems to be afraid to show up some where because of the Lawsuit filed against Gizmodo people.

Later on it came on the scene that Apple has traced the iPhone 5 Prototype via GPS and they contacted SFPD for the search operation. After the search was conducted and nothing was found the searchers offered the guy $300 if he could give them the iPhone 5 Prototype. Then after some time the SFPD denied the fact that they never searched the house in Bernal Heights for iPhone 5 prototype.

If those were not SFPD people then who were they? There were total 6 people according to the person whose house was searched. According to him there were 4 Men and 2 Woman. When they weren’t SFPD officers then who conducted the search operation?

After some time the sources revealed that they were Apple employees who searched the house for iPhone 5 Prototype. This thing brought a big U-Turn in the story that how come Apple Employees searched the house of some one without getting assistant of SFPD.? When investigation was made, so they found out that it was Apple’s Senior Investigator who was involved in it.

After few hours the next report came that Apple was assisted by SFPD. This was the whole story which happened in the scenario of iPhone 5 Prototype which was lost.  Well today SFDP released a press release today confirming that SFDP was involved in Bernal Heights search operation for the iPhone 5 Prototype.

September 2, 2011 


After speaking with Apple representatives, we were given information which helped us determine what occurred. It was discovered that Apple employees called Mission Police station directly, wanting assistance in tracking down a lost item. Apple had tracked the lost item to a house located in the 500 block of Anderson Street. Because the address was in the Ingleside Police district Apple employees were referred to Officers in the Ingleside district. Four SFPD Officers accompanied Apple employees to the Anderson street home. The two Apple employees met with the resident and then went into the house to look for the lost item. The Apple employees did not find the lost item and left the house.

The Apple employees did not want to make an official report of the lost item.

It seems to me that Apple has made this as their Marketing Strategy that they go into the bar and drop their iPhone and Prototypes so people can know what they are making.