That is not necessary.Originally Posted by SweetPoison
If one uses iTunes gift cards to buy apps, or well uses Cydia only, then there is no need to enter the correct address details for the account details.
Only if one uses a CC to make iTunes payments, is the correct address required.
So chances are the thief will sell it on in a couple of months and a poor unsuspecting forum moderator will find a SWAT team bursting through her windows as she plugs in her new iPad! Although may serve her right for using Windows and not OSX, I've never seen a SWAT team burst into a building through Snow Leopard!Originally Posted by DontUnderstandMyIpad
That's why I think it's just not going to happen and why Apple have to be so careful about how they handle the information that they have.
You big tease, stop it, I'm laughing too much!Originally Posted by Gabriel1
Macbook Air 13" IPad 3 32GB wifi, iphone 5 32gb, 2x iphone 4, iPhone 3GS 32GB , ipad 1 32GB ,2x iPod touch 2G, BT keyboard
All for One and One for All!!!
From Somerset UK
Exactly, another point is what if the thief uses his own legit itunes to register the stolen ipad/phone/touch, and when asked by the police, the thief says the original owner sold it to him for cash. How does the police determine who is lying, or prove it in the court of law. Its not like ipads have v5 document like cars which need to be signed my the seller and the buyer get the title transferred to him/her. Given all the variables in the real world, it would be better for apple not to get involved, and peeps should be careful of their devices not get stolenOriginally Posted by Gabriel1
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One way of knowing could be the datesnof report and registering with Itunes. I agree it is not fullproof.
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