This is from CNET:
Police in San Francisco won't be able to provide sneak peeks of any upcoming Apple iPhone.
Investigators from the San Francisco Police Department had expressed interest in reviewing surveillance video taken in a bar where an Apple employee lost an unreleased iPhone in July.
On the eve of an Apple press conference where the iPhone 5 is expected to make its debut, CNET has learned the surveillance video that may have shed some light about the handset--how it was lost and who possessed it--has been unintentionally erased.
Now, as much as I love to be a free advertising vehicle for Apple, I've got to ask: am I the only one who thinks this is a little /too/ brazen?
Ref:Bill Horne (Filter QRM for direct replies)