Last year, we reported the news of a missing iPhone prototype in a news Roundup.
John Theriault, the Security Chief of Apple, took retirement from his service and left the company.
Many people believed that Theriault left due to the way the case of lost iPhone 4S prototype had been handled.
The prototype allegedly got lost at the Cava 22 lounge and tracked to a residence in San Francisco? The home was possibly searched illegally by Apple security and Sergio Calderon, the owner of home, threatened to sue Apple.
It appears the whole debacle may have been settled out of court, says a report in Network World.
Information about the case has not surfaced in months which prompted Network World to follow up with Calderon’s lawyer David Monroe. Monroe refused to comment on any question. This led the Network World to speculate that Apple settled the case.
There is a possibility that Apple might have paid a settlement and required a nondisclosure agreement that prevented Calderon or Monroe from talking further about those events.