Sep 10

Apple has misplaced another iPhone prototype, and REALLY. WANTS. IT. BACK. They even created an ad to show what they will do to get it back and Conan has a copy of it.

May 01

Brian J. HoganThe guy that found the iPhone “4G” prototype in a bar has been found. Brian J. Hogan ”21” resident of Redwood City, California has been found by Wired by following clues on social network sites. Brian J. Hogan has been paid $5000 by Gizmodo allowing the site exclusive access to review the phone. He regrets not doing more to return the device to its owner » iPhone Prototype Finder Found

Apr 24

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The story about the iPhone Prototype in the hands of Gizmodo isn’t over yet. Apple has spoken to local police about the incident and has been passed to the crime task force led by the Santa Clara County district attorney’s office. Its not sure if Apple started this investigation agains Gizmodo, its source who reportedly found the iPhone in a bar, or both. But it could end up pretty bad for Gizmodo. Apple as well as Gizmodo didn’t comment on this story yet. » Police Investigating iPhone Prototype Incident

Apr 24

At this point the whole world knows the storie about the guy who lost the iPhone Prototype in a bar which ended up in the hands of Gizmodo. But do we need to blame this guy for leaving this iPhone Prototype in a bar, maybe he got a good Excuse? Anyway Letterman has created a top 10 of excuses the guy had for leaving his Phone. “It didn’t work anyway — it uses AT&T.”