Source: Nancy Trejos / USA Today
Hold on to your iPhone the next time you fly.
According to a new survey, travelers in the last year left behind 8,016 mobile devices at seven of the largest airports in the country.
The airports examined by Credant Technologies, a data protection company, included: Chicago O’Hare, Denver International, San Francisco International, Charlotte Douglas, Miami International, Orlando International, and Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Only one of those airports reported handing the lost devices over to the authorities.
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