Man steals iPhone, and uses it without knowing that his photos automatically uploaded
This, gentlemen, is proof of that maxim which says that no one but you know the real use that gives her things. The photo is a guy named Nelson, and a few days ago was accused of having appropriated the iPhone Katy McCaffrey, a girl who felt the loss of his Apple pocket while traveling on a cruise.
Days passed, Katy phone went missing, and as a lost thing decided one day to recover icloud review Photos of the trip, which were configured to automatically jump to the storage service in the cloud of Apple. That’s when he realized that not only were the ones she took, but also that Nelson was taking without knowing what was in evidence.
It turns out that the type employed in the Disney cruise line – service contracted by women – and the stolen iPhone began recording his adventures, which began to be published by the woman in your Facebook profile. There you can see all sorts of exotic locations photographed with the team, and more than a photo of the face of the man who took the phone from his girlfriend, who also worked on the boat.
Of course, Nelson was recently fired from his job as the woman was responsible for sending these photos to the headquarters of Disney Cruiseline, who warned of what happened with evidence.
By the way, that phone stopped transmitting images, and the man was never heard. A success story worthy of a screenplay for the company he worked for the man.
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