This is the story of Kariem McFarlin a burglar that wouldn’t have been caught had he curbed his manic urge to log onto iTunes on Steve Jobs’ personal iPad. After Kariem McFarlin found the keys to Steve Jobs’ Palo Alto mansion in California, he conveniently let himself in and disappeared with over $60,000 worth of Apple hardware and other luxury items.
Although McFarlin could have escaped, his addiction to iTunes got him arrested. Apparently, McFarlin using Steve Job’s personal iPad which was one of the stolen devices was traced by Apple servers. Investigators and officers used data from the iPad’s AT&T wireless connection to track McFarlin. After officers stormed his house with a search warrant they found the stolen loot.
Among the items stolen from Apple founder Steve Job’s house mansion were a white iPad, an iMac, Apple TV receiver and remotes, customized Mac Mini, iPods and 12 other Apple products. Kariem McFarlin who admitted to breaking into the tech wizard’s house was arrested on August 2. The moral of this story, if you’re addicted to iTunes, you pay a price.