Last year, there was a big to-do in the tech world when an Apple engineer left an early version of the iPhone 4 at a San Francisco bar, only to have it found by someone who then sold it to Gizmodo. And good lord, Apple has gone and done it again.
This time, it's not so bad, at least yet. While Apple has lost a "priceless" iPhone prototype, it has yet to appear on the internet. This one was left by an unnamed Apple employee at Cava22, a San Francisco bar and restaurant. Apple then traced the phone's location to a house in the Bernal Heights neighborhood, but when police and Apple investigators searched for it, they couldn't find it, despite the 22-year-old dude living there admitting having been to Cava22 the night before. Fishy!
So the phone is out there, somewhere, although it hasn't been leaked to the web yet. Who knows, maybe that guy is still negotiating with Gizmodo for how much he's going to get for it? We'll see!