A prototype of the new Apple iPhone has been found in a bar in California, leaking specific information about plans for the new device.
The prototype reveals an improved screen, chat camera on the front of the device and a slimmer and sleaker ceramic case.
The phone was left in a Redwood City Bar in California bar, presumably by an Apple employee from the headquarters 19 miles away, and found a few days ago by a member of the public.
The person who found the device has since been charging various websites for a sneak peak at the prototype, including website "Gizmodo" who are dubbing the phone, the iPhone 4G or iPhone HD.
Apple is understandably keen to get the device back as Jobs is not expected to launch the device until June. They are also famously tough on staff who leak information.
The law requires that the finder of lost property must return it to its owner however this responsibility does not lie with websites such as Gizmodo who are benefitting from the leaked information.
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