Apple send hired goons to blog editor's home. Well, cops.
So it seems that the iPhone 4G that was recently revealed to the world when some Apple bell-end left it in a bar was the real deal.
After all, if it wasn’t, why else would Apple have called in the police and had six computers seized from the editor of the blog that unveiled the new version of the mildly-popular mobile telephonular device?
That’s what happened at the end of last week – Gizmodo editor Jason Chen returned from a night out only to find the dibble crawling all over his drum, in relation to an allegation of handling stolen goods (the leaked iPhone, in case you weren’t keeping up).
Following their world exclusive of the new iPhone last week, Gizmodo revealed that they had bought the handset for $5,000 from some bloke who had found it in a bar. The phone had been accidentally been left behind by hapless Apple goon Gray Powell.
But any suggestion that this might have been a planned leak has surely now been kicked into touch with the introduction of John Law into the ultimate geek’s pantomime. Steve Jobs is displeased and it doesn’t pay to piss off the Jobs. He clearly doesn't abide by the law of 'finders keepers.'
This is why Bitterwallet operates from a hermetically-sealed pod buried fifty feet below the earth’s surface – it allows us to operate above and beyond any law known to mankind.
Coming later – a story about boobs! Probably.