It’s been more than two months since the theft of the mobile phone belonging to Applejack from a stall in the Manehattan mall.
The theft is believed to have been carried out by a hacker using the name “Dirty Cocks” or “Duck Duck Goose,” or by a person in a nearby town.
The thief also allegedly used an app called “MobileJack” that was designed to track the movements of mobile phones.
“Mobilejack” can also be used to locate phones in a person’s pocket.
But Applejack said it was her own phone that got stolen.
“I don’t want it to get out,” she told the New York Daily News on Wednesday.
“And it would be really sad to see my phone get stolen.”
Applejack was not the only one who took the mobile in question.
She is not the first person to take a phone that was not theirs, and there is no way to tell if she is the only person to have stolen one.
Applejack is not alone.
Hackers have also been using mobile phones to target other people, including members of Anonymous, a group that is known for stealing personal information from celebrities and government officials.
AppleJack’s theft was also not the most publicized hack of a mobile phone in recent years.
Earlier this year, a hack of the Samsung Galaxy S4 was also blamed on a hacker in the Philippines.
But the iPhone 4s is now the latest to have its details stolen.