Stolen iPhones are in the news, ranging from warehouse thefts, to getting lifted off the doorstep, or from a Miami nightspot. The latest in an occasional series — a look at the world of Apple-related crime.
A federal appeals court last week ruled that an insurance company will not have to pay out a claim that arose from the 2015 theft of $1.7 million worth of iPhones from a Florida warehouse. The company that owned the warehouse had an insurance policy through a subsidiary of insurance giant CNA Financial Corp., but the U.S. Court of Appeals agreed with a lower court that ruled the policy did not cover that particular theft.
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