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Thursday, 01 September 2011 12:15

Apple employees lose yet another iPhone prototype

Written by Nedim Hadzic


They seem to get bonuses for that
Seriously?! Apple’s employees seem to have found another ingenious way to tell the truth to the world – losing prototypes. Not that it will sit right with the company, but not like we will care either.

Apparently, the yet to be released iPhone was lost in Cava22 bar in San Francisco. You may recall that an identical incident happened with the last iPhone, which suggests that Apple’s engineers aren’t quite quick learners and they like to hammer down a few drinks after a hard day's work. Perhaps Apple should think about hiring more Mormon, Muslim and Quaker engineers.

It is said that the iPhone might have been sold on Craigslist for $200, but it cannot be confirmed at the moment. Apple allegedly traced the phone to a house whose owner denied knowing anything about it.

More here.

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