Has another Apple employee lost another iPhone prototype at yet another bar? It seems to be the case, according to a new report.
Sometime in July, an Apple employee lost an iPhone prototype at the Cava22 bar in the Mission district of San Francisco, according to CNET. As one would expect, Apple immediately contacted the San Francisco Police in an attempt to secure the device.
The report continues, stating that Apple actually traced the device to a home in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood. The police searched the home, where a man in his twenties was living. He admitted to being at the bar that night but denied knowledge of the phone. The police didn’t find anything, so Apple offered the man money for the phone with no questions asked. The man continued to deny any knowledge of the phone.