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I was reading a story this morning about an NY Mayor that thinks that crime rates have gone up because of the Apple iphone. He says: Thieves have been going after your gotta-have-it products, resulting in a wee boost to NYC’s annual crime index. That stat also covers felonies, grand larceny and robbery. Bloomberg said on his weekly radio show today (via the New York Times’ City Blog) that there were 3,484 more major crimes this year than last year, with an increase of 3,890 Apple product thefts.
“If you just took away the jump in Apple, we’d be down for the year,” said Marc La Vorgna, the mayor’s press secretary. He added that this is unprecedented, because so many people are lugging around so much expensive equipment, a phenomenon that hasn’t happened in earlier years.
It’s not just about fashion sense, but common sense, as well, says the city. Subway riders should also be attentive to their surroundings when pulling out their devices to pass the time on the train. You never know who’s watching and waiting to get their own hands on your gadgets.