"The device locks and locks up, authorities will be alerted": Technology giant locks the devices looted from its stores
A second week of US riots and police fail to stop the angry mobs looting from all over leaving huge havoc. That he was locked - and the police followed.
In a message to a person who reached a locked device and posted on the network, it says, "Please return the device to an Apple store on Walnut Street. The device is locked and located. Authorities will be notified." On every device there was the store where the device was last located, and these are display devices which, despite the means of protection and alarm - simply displaced.
Nah son I swear to god I'd be heated pic.twitter.com/RoFxHV1lLm
- josh (apex male) (@onlyfanobtainer) May 31, 2020
In most cases, the display devices you see on the tables at Apple stores around the world are slightly limited compared to the iPhone you get from the packaging and include surveillance and security measures - precisely because of these types of cases.
The riots broke out due to the outrage over the death of George Floyd, an African-American who died at the time of his arrest. Trooper Derek Shavin has been documented engaging him to the ground with the back of a knee on Floyd's neck, who sounds begging for help and repeatedly says he can't breathe.