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They rob Apple Truck with nearly 200 million pesos of products

The tech giant already knows what will happen to all the stolen iPhones, iPads, and accessories

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  • The vehicle loaded with expensive goods was intercepted on a motorway in England.
  • The attackers took 48 pallets of Apple products, but they don’t make as much as they hoped.
They rob Apple Truck with nearly 200 million pesos of products
They rob Apple Truck with nearly 200 million pesos of products

There are people who are capable of anything in order to have one of the increasingly innovative products from Manzana. This time a gang of thieves robbed a truck Gadgets With an estimated value of 5.5 million euros (approx. 119,896,807 Mexican pesos). Of course, the attack can’t turn out as expected because the company has a plan for stolen equipment.

As reported Sky newsOn November 10, the truck loaded with iPhones, iPads and hundreds of expensive branded accessories was driving on a motorway in Northamptonshire, England. At around 10:00 p.m., a group of attackers intercepted the vehicle and immobilized the driver and security guard.

The criminal gang drove the truck to a nearby town and transferred the millionaire’s loot to another vehicle: 48 pallets of products. Local police confirmed that the two men were left in the truck without physical harm.

What happens to the stolen equipment?

The value of the stolen goods is around 5.5 million euros, but criminals will not benefit much from it.

As expected, Apple has everything planned for this type of event. It is known that the company strictly controls its shipments and carefully records the serial numbers of every product that is transported on each route.

Therefore, the company can use the Activation Lock feature through the IMEI number to deactivate most of the stolen devices. You can even find some of them to restore or collect data for research.

Products can also be disassembled to be sold as replacement parts, making them very difficult to identify and locate.

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