Posted by Tech Insider on February 25, 2018 07:00:18Cell phones, headsets and more are popping up in every conceivable home in America, and they’re often equipped with some of the most advanced technology on the market.
Whether you’re watching the world’s most popular TV shows or listening to music on your iPod, you’re likely using a cell phone in your home.
The new tech is getting a lot of attention in recent months, thanks to a spate of high-profile arrests involving people who used cell phones in their homes.
Some of the big ones included a former Florida state trooper accused of using his cell phone to lure young women into an alley.
More: Former Florida trooper charged with using cell phone while driving with minor article A Georgia man who allegedly used a cell to spy on a woman while driving through the woods in Georgia was sentenced to four years in prison.
Cell phone enthusiasts have been posting videos of themselves using their phones to capture video of their neighbors and friends, but one thing they’ve never seen is an iPhone video of themselves.
The latest high-stakes cell phone video to emerge is a recording made by a man who lives in an apartment in New York.
The man says he and his wife use their phones in order to record their neighbors.
He says he’s been using his phone for more than a decade.
“The only reason I would do that is for the safety of my family and myself,” the man said in the video.
“I don’t have a gun, and I don’t think I’m going to get one.”
The man, identified as Michael A., told the New York Post he’s not concerned about a lawsuit he’s filed against Apple and the NYPD, because he owns both phones.
“They’ve done nothing wrong,” he said.
“They’re not going to do anything against me.
I’m the only one who’s been prosecuted for using a cellphone in my home.”
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