Remains of the Day: Crime time

A potential date for iPhone pre-orders surfaces, mobile-created art takes Los Angeles by storm, and Steve Jobs’s home gets burgled. The remainders for Tuesday, August 14, 2012 plead guilty.

iPhone 5 pre-orders planned for September 12, second release wave for first week of October (iMore)

The latest rumor has the next iPhone going up for pre-order on September 12, the same day Apple is said to be holding an event. Would that we could eat Apple rumors, for then we might solve the problem of world hunger.

IPhone arts festival coming to L.A. may be biggest of its kind (Los Angeles Times)

This week, the L.A. Mobile Arts Festival will kick off, showcasing more than 600 pieces of art created on mobile devices like iPhones or iPads. And yet they would not escape even one of my artistically-filtered Instagram pictures.

Apple-co-founder Steve Jobs’ Palo Alto home burglarized (MercuryNews.com)

Someone broke into the home of the late Steve Jobs, stealing more than $60,000 worth of “computers and personal items.” A suspect is in custody, but authorities have only released to the press a single image.

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