BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — For the second time this week, Police in Boca Raton are investigating the theft of an iPad. This time, someone left their iPad sitting on a metallic table outside the Starbucks at Mizner Park. Incredibly (yes, we’re being slightly sarcastic), the iPad was gone when its owner returned. No word of surveillance video from the area.
As mentioned before — even by Boca police — Apple’s iOS devices (iPhone/iPad) have built in tracking systems through an app called “find my iphone.” All you have to do is follow simple instructions to set it up. Then, when you leave your iPad sitting out — unattended — at Starbucks, you’ll have a better chance of finding it.
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