The other day we heard that another iPhone prototype had been left in a bar, and it looks like it could be this years iPhone 5, the device has still yet to be found. The same thing happened last year with the iPhone 4, although this one was found in the bar it was left in.
The device was then sold to Gizmodo, and they published a number of stories and videos about the device, the police then decided to raid the house of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen, and later announced that they wouldn’t be pressing any charges against Jason Chen or Gizmodo.
The person who found the iPhone 4 last year, and then sold it to Gizmodo, Brian Hogan and another man Robert Sage Wallower are being prosecuted for the incident and were in court yesterday and have both entered a plea of not guilty, the trial will take place on the 28th of November 2011.
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