The phone that’s sold on the internet for millions of dollars has been stolen and then sold on an online auction for thousands of dollars.
The phone was stolen in September of last year, but was eventually returned to Apple after it was found to be working.
The phone, which has a fingerprint scanner and a small camera, was discovered by a woman in the United States who purchased it on eBay.
The seller had sent a text message to the seller stating that it had been stolen.
After some digging, the woman discovered that the seller was a Canadian woman who had sent the phone to another Canadian woman in Texas.
She also discovered that she was a customer of a man who sold the phone on eBay for a hefty price.
Apple said that the phone was not recovered and that the buyer had reported the theft to Apple, and the seller subsequently reported the incident to law enforcement.
When Apple was notified of the incident, the seller contacted Apple and the company immediately took action to get the phone back.
According to the listing, the phone is in “good condition,” with only minor damage.
The auction has since ended, with the seller reporting that she paid $2,400 to return the phone.
If you are interested in the phone, you can contact Apple at 1-800-622-2371, or visit the seller’s eBay page.