Yesterday, CNet Reported that Apple had again lost an iPhone prototype in a bar. This time an iPhone 5 prototype.

The prototype was lost in late July at San Francisco’s Cava 22 "tequila lounge". Maybe got sold later Craiglist for $200. According to their source.

Apple has contacted San Francisco police, Explaining that the device is priceless and that they want to retrieve it desperately. The device was tracked to a a two-floor house in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights.

When San Francisco police and Apple’s investigators visited the house, they spoke with a man in his twenties who acknowledged being at Cava 22 on the night the device went missing. But he denied knowing anything about the phone. The man gave police permission to search the house, and they found nothing, the source said. Before leaving the house, the Apple employees offered the man money for the phone no questions asked, the source said, adding that the man continued to deny he had knowledge of the phone.

No body knows if Apple has retrieved or not.

This not the first time that Apple has lost a prototype. Recently we reported that a  MacBook Never-Released Prototype with 3G connectivity is in the hands of a user.

Via | CNet


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