A San Francisco police spokesman says the department "assisted" Apple in a recent search of a house, according to a report.
An Apple employee lost yet another unreleased iPhone in a San Francisco bar last month, leading to an investigation by San Francisco police and Apple security, CNET has learned.
The San Francisco Police Department is looking into how officers assisted Apple in searching for an iPhone prototype.
In a press release, the San Francisco Police Department, after initially saying no records existed of a search for a missing iPhone that was first reported by CNET, confirms involvement.
A report suggests that someone in possession of an unreleased Nexus 4 left it behind at a San Francisco bar. When will people learn not to bring such devices with them near booze?
Lawyer for the 22-year-old San Francisco man who Apple linked to an unreleased iPhone says he's considering filing a lawsuit against the Cupertino company.
New Apple CEO Tim Cook's first big task may be to put out a fire over the saga developing around an iPhone test device that was lost in a bar in San Francisco.
This week was marked by news of three high-profile bits of Apple property making it out into the wild: a phone prototype, a notebook that never saw the light of day, and a hard drive.
Lawyers for men who allegedly found and sold iPhone prototype to a gadget blog last year pleaded not guilty to theft charges at their arraignment today.
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