70 iPhones stolen in daylight robbery, crooks arrested
There are reports that Apple has been working on a way to use its MobileMe service to help find lost or stolen iPhones. In this case, the phones were not activated so the new service would not have been able to help find the handsets. This new feature is expected to be part of the Apple 3.0 software release coming this summer.
source: O C Register via CNET
1. chupum (Posts: 115; Member since: 10 Feb 2009)
Well, it sucks that they might not get the merchandise back, but at least they were caught with, what seems like, undeniable evidence.
2. SprintPower (Posts: 73; Member since: 29 Dec 2008)
Huh? Undeniable evidence? What article did YOU read? They weren't caught with the merchandise and no mention of the loot. In fact no mention at all of how they caught them. Go back to sleep.
3. chupum (Posts: 115; Member since: 10 Feb 2009)
I assume that the suspects were positively identified and are in custody. Along with, what looks to be, a digital copy of security tapes? Or is that just some random photo of a guy with a hat in the picture above? I just figured I read between the lines, you know critical thinking... Wake up buddy. =)
4. Wayne Esteen (unregistered)
i agree with SprintPower