Last week we heard that a second iPhone prototype had been left in a bar, the device is suspect to be a prototype of this years iPhone, the iPhone 5, then we heard that two Apple security employees visited a mans house accompanied with Police officers for the San Francisco Police Department.
The man whose house was searched, Sergio Calderon, has alleged that at no time during the search did the two Apple security employees identify themselves as Apple employees, and he believed they were in fact Police officers.
Calderon has also alleged that his immigration status was questioned when the his house was visited by the Police officer and the Apple employees, although by who isn’t clear at the moment.
The search of Calderon’s house found nothing, and it was determined that the iPhone 5 prototype had not been connected to his computer. The San Francisco Police Department originally said that they had now knowledge of the incident, but later announced that Police officers had accompanied Apple employees to Calderon’s home.
The San Francisco Police Department are now conducting an investigation into the matter, and it is reported that Sergio Calderon is seeking legal advice.
Source PC Mag
The above image is of an iPhone 5 concept design and not an actual Apple product.
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