San Fran PD in search of safety footage at misplaced iPhone bar
CNET is reporting that the San Francisco Police Division is poking round native bar Cava 22, the identical institution the place a prototype iPhone was imagined to have been misplaced a short while in the past. The proprietor of the bar says that the SFPD got here by asking for surveillance videotape of July 21 and 22 (the times the telephone was supposedly misplaced within the bar), and whereas he is acquired it and is prepared to share, he hasn’t heard again from the officers.
However there could also be extra happening right here than only a misplaced iPhone; that is in fact the identical case the place SFPD officers “assisted” Apple in an investigation, going as far as to attend whereas Apple detectives entered a citizen’s house, apparently looking for info associated to the misplaced iPhone. The SFPD is investigating that state of affairs (although the division does admit that the “help” happened), and it is potential that this surveillance footage is for that analysis.
At any price, the case is not precisely closed. Sadly, it is unlikely that we’ll ever hear anything about this one, until the cops did violate the regulation not directly by serving to Apple’s investigation. Even when a misplaced iPhone was discovered, Apple would not precisely go yelling it from the rooftops, and the SFPD in all probability will not be completely satisfied to publicize any of their officers’ conduct, both. The investigation should be ongoing, however we’ll have to attend and see if and when the general public is let in on any of its findings.
[by way of 9to5Mac]
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