Apple's iPhone 4S is safe from smartphone theft at AT&T stores in the US
iPhone 4S on display in AT&T
In anticipation of the launch of the new Apple iPhone 5, the iPhone 4S is still breaking records in customer popularity and devices sold.
RTF is preparing for the introduction of the new Apple Smartphone and through preliminary reports and buzz, it appears the next iPhone will have a curved back to better form fit the customer's hand.
Classic Apple Display
As touch screen technology advances the future Superphone shape will change and RTF is investing alot of R&D time, energy and funds into a preparedness plan to secure the lastest iPhone 5, next Blackberry, Microsoft and Android mobile phones that will incorporte the ensuing sexy, curved look.
Definitive Apple - RTF look
Superphone theft in retail stores around the world is still on the rise. RTF continues to lead our industry in new software technology that locks the mobile device, sends GPS coordinates and text messages through SMS as well as photos via email to ensure there is limited benefit by stealing expensive handheld mobile phones from wireless carriers such as Cricket, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and US Cellular.
As RTF becomes the first hardware/software retail solution supplier the RTF engineering team nevertheless focuses on designing the best hardware solutions to combat cell phone theft from retail shops.
Recently our 12D lockable mount solution with a redundant second locking aircraft cable was implemented to create a strong loss prevention plan in AT&T stores to control the loss of the Apple iPhone 4S.
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