An anonymous reader writes: From the Article:
"Today, Apple let its head of security go. This move comes amidst a hard looking into by Apple on the security of unreleased devices. In March 2010, Apple lost an unreleased iPhone 4, which then was stolen and sold to Gizmodo for $5,000. Similarly, in July of this year, two of Apple's investigators went looking for a lost prototype, posing as police officers. Again, in August of 2011, Apple investigators, this time with plainclothes officers, went and searched the home of Sergio Calderon. This would be fine, if the search was conducted by the officers, but instead, it was conducted by the Apple employee's. The head of security has been in hot water for these events recently. Even beyond the mobile space, there was a 3G Macbook Pro that made its way onto eBay, and then sold within the past year. I'm sure that there are more leaks out there, but may not have gotten mass publication as of yet. "