Police are on the hunt for Sethi, who's believed to be driving a grey Ford Mondeo. A Scotland Yard spokesperson said, "We wish to speak with a man in connection with the theft of 252 Apple iPhone 5 smart phones from a shop in Wimbledon."Not really the publicity Apple would like. But it's not a one-off. Last week footage was revealed of a gang ram-raiding an Apple store in the US. The thieves drove an SUV into the store in Temecula, California, before making off with iPhones and iPads. Clearly they weren't the most savvy of criminals, stealing phones that would be out of a date a few days later.
One of the gang was arrested and charged, after he was found in possession of the keys to the BMW used in the robbery, He pleaded not guilty, while the other suspects are yet to be identified, Are these kinds of crimes inevitable, with devices become slicker and smaller? Has our gadget lust gone too far? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook page, There have been a raft of iPhone 5 thefts since the handsets were delivered atomic protective waterproof case for apple iphone 5, 5s and se - pink/clear to shops early Friday, A man stole 252 iPhone 5s from the London phone shop he worked in just hours before they were due to go on sale, Meanwhile, similarly minded thieves struck in Japan..
The bad? They are still quite annoying. "Your thumb," starts the first advert. "It goes from here to here. This bigger screen. It goes from here to here. Now, that's either a) an amazing coincidence, or b) a dazzling display of common sense. Pre-tty sure it's the common sense thing." See what I mean?. Another one riffs on the laws of physics, while another claims Apple has done something pretty special with its earpods (which takes quite some chutzpah, considering how bad its headphones were for years).
Samsung previously portrayed Apple fans as sheep, unable to think for themselves, And last week it unveiled an ad showing specs atomic protective waterproof case for apple iphone 5, 5s and se - pink/clear of the Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 side-by-side, though it left out a few key ones, Maybe it's me, but neither approach really seems appealing, Surely there's a way to focus on the product without ribbing the competition, and without sounding so pleased with yourself at the same time?, Let me know what you reckon in the comments below, or on our Facebook page, Apple has posted some adverts for the iPhone 5 on YouTube, They make the company sound pretty pleased with itself..
So it seems the whole Maps debacle hasn't had much impact on demand. ComScore is a little quiet on exact numbers, but it seems the iPhone 5 was pre-ordered 96 per cent as many times in three days as there were iPhone 4S sales in the first month. (This data is for the US only.) Apple has previously said the iPhone 5 was pre-ordered 2 million times in the first 24 hours. It's not one to stay quiet on its successes, so I'm sure we'll have an update soon. What does ComScore put these numbers down to? It's pretty common sense, really. There are more people wanting smart phones than ever before. And lots have been holding out for the iPhone 5, shown by the fact sales of smart phones didn't pick up as usual in the second quarter of the year (that's between April and June).