A bomb threat cleared an Apple facility outside Sacramento, California on Monday morning, but a subsequent search turned up no iXplosives. According to a video report from Sacramento television station KCRA, "several hundred employees" were evacuated from three buildings at Apple's Laguna Blvd. campus in Elk Grove, a suburb of …
I guess someone is pissed they couldn't get that iPad 2 they wanted... or maybe a white iPhone.
Should have had an empty shoebox with iGoBang written on it.
for once there's...
*NOT* an app for that?
I'm sure I'm not the first to suggest
that it may have been an iEd?
The bomb was set to go off at 0900
No, wait 0800
And in the end, it didn't go off at all.
Have they checked "Lost and Found"?
One of the iSecurity might have put it in storage, like they did at The McNamara Federal building in Detroit. (Honestly, Ya can't make up sillier stuff!)
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iDefuse? Or doesn't it work if you "hold it the wrong way (tm)"?
Mine's the one with the kevlar lining.
Good thing there wasn't a
Bikky on an iNitiator wire for those bomb-sniffing dogs. (Or a doughnut on a wire.)
Typical bloody Apple.
Loads of hype, fanfare and excitement, but what actually turns up proves to be a bit disappointing when it's properly investigated.
Looks like someone had a case of the mondays...
There is a bomb!
Not that big of a deal.
Sent from my iPhone.
I remember the good old days of bomb threats.
Mark Thomas phoning the Excel centre in London to advise they had a bomb in the building. And technically he wasn't lying - it was the Defence & Security International conference :)
bad antenna design...
... meant that the iBomb didn't receive the signal to go off
How many times do we have to tell you!?
The antenna was fine. They just weren't holding it correctly.
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