Here it goes again. And I'm not talking about OK Go. Apple reportedly lost yet another iPhone prototype, this time it's likely to be the upcoming iPhone 5 by an employee at a bar called Cava 22 in San Francisco. Sounds familiar? That's because this has happened in a very familiar fashion with the iPhone 4 last year, which Gizmodo bought from someone who purchased it from the guy who found it at the bar for $5,000. I find it hard to believe that such kind of stupidity could happen twice. CNET reports that Apple has tried tracking their iPhone prototype but it is yet to be found. It's also reported that the iPhone 5 prototype has already been sold on Craigslist for only $200 by the person who found it at the Cava 22 bar. It isn't clear yet if the iPhone 5 prototype was disguised in an iPhone 4-like casing like Apple has done with the iPhone 4 prototype is has lost in the bar last year which was disguised inside an iPhone 3G-like casing.
At this time, the alleged iPhone 5 prototype is still roaming free in the wild and might even appear on the interwebs once the whole world finds out about this story. Yet again.