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Although I’m a bit late on this topic, unless you’ve been living under a tech rock for the past two weeks, you would know that the next generation iPhone 4G was found lost in a bar in Redwood City, which somehow got into the hands of Gizmodo. They took a million pictures of it and posted a video of it on their website, and not soon after, the entire globe was talking about it. Apple’s multiple requests for the return of the device didn’t stop Gizmodo, and who doesn’t feel bad for Gray Powell, the Apple software engineer who left the device at the bar, which was disguised to look like an iPhone 3GS. A stranger found it and soon realized it wasn’t a regular iPhone, so he called Apple multiple times trying to return the device, but they didn’t believe him. Gizmodo somehow found out and payed enough money for this person to hand the device over, which would be exploited all over the web. There’s a video of it here.

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