Apple ‘tests’ iPhone 5′s theft-tracking feature at Cava22

Woah, deja vu.

Just like last year, an iPhone prototype was “misplaced” by an Apple employee. This time, in a Mission bar! Cava22, to be exact, a place surely devoid of tech-savvy hipsters hoping to sneak a peak.

The phone was lost in late July, but using the built-in tracking features it was traced to a home in Bernal Heights. When investigators arrived and questioned the guy, he recalled being at Cava22 but denied anything about having the phone.

Suuure, dude. So someone happened to throw it in your bag and you somehow managed to keep it charged for a month?

Can’t wait to see how this develops.

[via CNet, photo by potentialpast]

2 Responses to “Apple ‘tests’ iPhone 5′s theft-tracking feature at Cava22”

  1. no.thanks. says:

    oh man….so right now at 10:56 pm Bay Area 5 NBC is here with a camera and a reporter at 22nd and bartlett talking about it right out front of cava.

    slow news day eh?

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