Man claims to hack iPhone 5

A New York Police Department officer explains a registration program to a customer outside of the Apple Store on 5th Avenue following the release of the Apple iPhone 5 phone in New York, September 21, 2012. In response to a sharp spike in iphone thefts from unwitting consumers this year, the NYPD will station officers at Apple Inc. sales locations throughout the city for Friday's release of the new iphone 5. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson





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