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Questions loom about SF police and Apple's search of a man's home for an iPhone 5 prototype.
San Francisco police said that the department worked with Apple investigators to track down an iPhone prototype. No report was filed though.
Police were present when Apple security officials searched a man's home for a missing iPhone 5 prototype, the San Francisco police have admitted.The acknowledgement on Friday, reported in the newspaper SF Weekly, comes after local police denied having any records of the visit that was revealed by CNET on Wednesday when it broke the news of the missing prototype.
Apple CEO Tim Cook may have to put out a fire over the lost iPhone 5 prototype saga.
Apple on the hunt for missing next-gen iPhone...
"I guess I have to make my drinks a little less strong," the bar owner was quoted as saying.
Charges won't be filed against Gizmodo over that iPhone 4 prototype mess, but the same can't be said for the guys who found it.
This prototype smartphone will make your current-gen iPhone look like a primitive brick.
A "flexible iPhone" prototype does everything a smartphone does, such as store books, play music or make phone calls.
The other iPhone story - the one that involved the web site editor and a lost/stolen iPhone 4 prototype - was back in the news today with a report that the DA has withdrawn the search warrant that was served on Gizmodo editor Jason Chen.
Apple told local police that its missing iPhone prototype was so valuable a price could not be placed on it, according to court documents made public Friday.
The saga of the lost prototype iPhone started with a 21-year-old Silicon Valley resident, who says he regrets not trying harder to find its real owner.
San Mateo County prosecutors are defending the search of a Gizmodo.com editor's home and seizure of his computers that were part of a criminal investigation into an iPhone prototype lost by an Apple employee.
Nokia's gentle tactics to prototype leaks puts Apple in its heavy-handed place, and puts the entire iPhone leak story in perspective.
A lost iPhone was stolen a couple weeks ago and now it seems someone took an N8 prototype who was not supposed to have it and slammed it for the early software build it was running. Nokia wants their device back, but may not have the US police at their disposal.
The criminal probe into Apple's errant iPhone prototype is expected to broaden, said a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation.
Police raid the home of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen as part of the investigation over a lost iPhone prototype but may have violated the First Amendment rights of an online journalist in the process.
Was there a crime committed in the matter of the lost iPhone prototype? A technology crimes task force in Silicon Valley is investigating.
Silicon Valley police are investigating what appears to be a lost Apple iPhone prototype purchased by a gadget blog, a transaction that may have violated criminal laws.
One question is dominating my inbox today:Will Apple sue over stolen iPhone prototype?
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