"Leakers do not simply lose their jobs at Apple", the memo states. In 2017, Apple caught 29 leakers.
Apple has gone full swivel-eyed, control-freak insane on its own employees with a demented internal memo decrying information leaks. The highly anticipated iPhone X went on sale around the world today.
The leaked memo also stated that leaking "undermines" the people who've worked on the products for months and "can negatively impact sales" since it gives insider information to rival companies. So the document with the leaked pictures is creating some major hustle among Apple fans and employees alike. Apple warns that it "may seem flattering" to be approached for information, but that in end, "you're getting played". Read the whole memo at Bloomberg. The 6.4-inch iPhone with OLED display is expected to be the most expensive iPhone Apple has ever launched, comparatively smaller iPhone with a 5.7-inch OLED display will make existing customers remain stick with Apple.
One person was caught after sharing "a link to the gold master of iOS 11" with the press ahead of Apple's September iPhone X event, the memo indicates. A year ago they fired another employee for leaking details to 9to5mac. Global Security has worked hand-in-hand with suppliers to prevent theft of Apple's intellectual property as well as to identify individuals who try to exceed their access.
Apple must first prepare those who are brought from the outside to replace iPhone's batteries in the Apple Stores, so the process is not that simple.
This continuation of 2017 portfolio strategy also means that Apple is trying to maximize its revenue while reducing the option to increase the volume of sales.
It elaborated that the arrested were Apple employees, contractors and supply chain partners. In the memo, the employees were threatened with losing their jobs if they revealed trade secrets. The company has raised the spectre of potential action and criminal charges. Ironically, this confidential internal memo leaked.
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