A while back, we heard that yet another iPhone prototype was lost at a bar. We didn’t know much about it, but all we heard was that Apple had launched an investigation.
There was some sort of lawsuit going on, and it’s alleged that Apple security employees and police searched the house of Sergio Calderone, the man accused of acquiring the iPhone 4S. However, he alleges that his home was searched without a warrant, and that they were led to his home based on “Find My iPhone” data. However, they found nothing. However, he’s not the only one guilty of changing his story. It’s reported that the San Francisco Police Department changed their story as well. Theirs had to do with denying that they raided Calderone’s home, then later saying they had given Apple permission to investigate. There is an internal investigation on that matter as well.
Interestingly, though, it’s said that Calderone changed his story “often” during the early days of the investigation. Adding to the mystery of the case, the security camera footage was somehow erased before investigators could get a hold of it.
MacNN has the full report..