Apple iPhone 6 was a little hard to get in its early days due to long queues, and waiting outside Apple stores, and delayed shipping times.
However, three men in China decided to go through a wrong route to get their hands on the iPhone 6 — they dug a hole at a Beijing Warehouse, and stole almost $225,000 worth of iPhone 6 units.
A report from Chinese shores suggest that police detained three men who are suspected of stealing 240 iPhone 6 handsets, valued at about 1.4 million yuan (almost $225,000). Police said the men broke into the facility between Dec. 12 and 13 via a 50-cm hole dug out of the wall to enter the warehouse in Beijing.
The gadgets were later sold to spend the money on various luxurious things, but police managed to track them though the serial numbers of the smartphones, leading up to their arrest in late-December.
This is not the first time we’ve seen people opting for wrong ways to grab gadgets, and it’s yet another case. Have a look at our handy guide on how to improve your iPhone battery life.Filed Under: Apple, Top News