Apple’s mini iPad worth $1.5 mn stolen in US
The breaking news state that around 3,600 new Apple iPad mini tablet computers worth $1.5 million were stolen from the JFK airport in New York. The news was published in the New York Post.
As per reports by the law-enforcement sources, two people has entered into the JFK airport territory driving a truck and one of them had lifted the luggage which was loaded with tablet computers into their vehicle and left the location.
However, when the security guards came back after their dinner, the two soon left the location with three more pallets behind when their actions were questioned by an airport worker.
For now, the investigation is on and questioning airport workers.
The iPads had just arrived from assembly partners in China and were expected to go to stores I the United States for sale.
TechCrunch said, “Apple is known to be shipping out its first batch of LTE iPad minis this week, so it’s possible this shipment was part of that rollout. If so, it’s possible that means 3,600 expectant Apple fans are going to be disappointed, but Apple could also very theoretically redirect stock destined for store shelves to make up the difference.”