When Apple employees get drunk, they lose iPhones


That bar right there is Cava 22, a Mexican restaurant and bar located in San Francsico's Mission district. It serves tequila and lime-marinated shrimp ceviche, but it's also a pretty (un)safe haven for iPhone prototypes. 

If you can think all the way back to last year, you'll remember the iPhone 4 leaked prototype. That device was lost at a bar, purchased by Gawker, and plastered all over Gizmodo's front page. Well, that has happened yet again, if you take away the last two factors. The iPhone 5 was traced back to a house that belongs to a man in his twenties, and was even searched thoroughly, but the device wasn't found. 

It also hasn't been completely leaked yet, either, but if this story is to be believed, then Tim Cook should probably put a new rule about losing devices in place.

[Mac Rumors]
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