San Francisco Police have asked owners of Cava 22, the bar where an Apple employee lost an unreleased iPhone in July, to see their surveillance video. Are there images of what happened to the missing device?
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.
San Francisco Police Department issues statement via Word file labeled iPhone5.doc. The police and Apple have only added to confusion about probe into lost unreleased iPhone.
Police say a man broke into a wireless store in Virginia and stole several iPhones. He did, however, leave his own Samsung Galaxy behind.
Police in New York hand out fliers explaining to Apple faithful that iOS 7 brings with it Activation Lock, which makes it harder for a thief to turn off the "Find My Phone" feature.
Sergio Calderon, whose house was searched by Apple security amid a hunt for a lost, unreleased phone, has been contacted by Apple, his attorney says.
Talks with Apple have ended without a deal. "We're moving forward" with a lawsuit, the man's attorney tells CNET.
San Francisco sees an iPad theft that leads to a car chase and injuries. All, it seems, for nothing more than a tablet.
There's no shortage of blogs claiming to possess photos, video and 3D renderings of the unreleased iPhone 5. The good news for Apple is it doesn't appear to have misplaced any prototypes lately.
Owner of bar where an Apple employee lost control of a unreleased iPhone says surveillance video from that weekend has been deleted.