The New York Times is raising a bold question for Apple to consider today: is the Cupertino, California tech giant really doing enough to curb iPhone-related thefts?
Although some would defend Apple by suggesting that it's the company's job to make cool devices, not police their possession, the NYT contends that Apple - and other smartphone makers - could be doing more to reduce smartphone theft.
Some law enforcement authorities, though, say there is a bigger issue — that carriers and handset makers have little incentive to fix the problem [rampant smartphone theft].
With the rate of cellphone theft exploding across the nation, pressure is quickly mounting on devices makers, carriers, lawmakers, and law enforcement to do something more... although it isn't exactly clear what that "something" is just yet.
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Source: New York Times