Apple didn’t learn from it’s last year mistake. Just before the iPhone 4 launch, Apple lost an iPhone 4 prototype in a bar where a youngster called Brain Hogan sold the iPhone 4 prototype to Gizmodo for $5000. Believe it or not, that happens again.
CNET is reporting that an iPhone prototype which is probably the upcoming iPhone 5 was lost in Cava22, a Mexican restaurant and bar in San Francisco’s Mission District.
This prototype is believed to have been sold on Craigslist for $200. The device were lost in late July and Apple security has been trying to track it down.
Of course it’s still unknown what version of iOS the device was running and what its design is. It’s still interesting that we are seeing Apple is repeating its mistake again.
And yes, basically everything is unknown. No picture, no design, no iOS version but we’ve to know that kind of news.