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$370,000 worth of iPhone X devices were stolen from a UPS truck

$370,000 worth of iPhone X devices were stolen from a UPS truck

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Three "imposing" men wearing hoodies broke into an UPS stopped outside an Apple Store in San Francisco and stole more than 300 iPhone X gadgets, with an aggregate estimation of about $370,000, as indicated by neighborhood news reports. The occurrence happened in the vicinity of 11:15am and 11:30am PT Wednesday morning. The driver of the UPS had bolted the vehicle subsequent to stopping outside the Stonestown Galleria shopping center, and went to a close-by Macy's to make another conveyance. Amid that time the cheats, who have not been gotten, figured out how to sever in and take in a white Dodge van with every one of the 313 of the $999+ gadgets. 


Police say they trust the hoodlums were following the truck and comprehended what they were searching for. "Given the dollar esteem in the episode itself it shows up it was arranged," said SFPD Captain Rick Yick. UPS and Apple are working with police on the examination. Each telephone that was stolen had its IMEI serial number recorded alongside a depiction.

On the off chance that there's a silver coating in this, CNET reports that clients who intended to get their iPhone X at the Stonestown Apple store would at present get their gadget on time. It's far-fetched the robbery will make a scratch in Apple's coffers, with the organization hoping to make $84 billion in deals this quarter off the back of its most recent iPhones.

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