Sharing the picture above, the iPhone owner Katy McCaffrey posted on her Facebook:
25 iPhones worth over $16,000 have been stolen from an Apple Store in Northlake Mall in Charlotte, North Carolina. This theft did not involve thieves coming, smashing the glass doors of Apple store and running with after stealing iPhones.
Earlier this month, we reported how thieves take advantage of Apple’s policy to replace iPhone that are declared faulty. Thieves steal iPhone and get them replaced from Apple stores.
Just imagine what would you do if your iPhone gets stolen. Obviously you would contact your carrier and get it blocked. But what can you do if the thief goes to an Apple store and exchanges your iPhone for a replacement. This certainly sounds absurd Apple’s policies on theft facilitate this. This happened to Scott…