Apple reportedly fires engineer whose daughter shot iPhone X video from the Apple campus


We acquired to see an unofficial hands-on video of the iPhone X final week, due to a YouTube vlog shot by the daughter of an Apple engineer. The video was shot inside Caffè Macs on Apple’s campus, and there have been indicators that it was not permitted by Apple.

That seems to be confirmed by a tearful follow-up video wherein Brooke Peterson says that her father has now been fired by Apple …


Whereas some puzzled whether or not it was a chunk of guerrilla advertising, there have been two clues that instructed in any other case.

The transient video clip appeared to point out QR codes to be used inside Apple, and the Notes app appeared to point out inner code names for Apple merchandise.

Within the follow-up video under, Petersen begins out nearly boastfully speaking about how the video went viral, then calmly talks by what occurred, explaining that it was completed with out permission, and that her father broke the foundations. She mentioned he took accountability and didn’t really feel any ill-will towards Apple. It will not, she mentioned, cease her shopping for Apple merchandise.

Later within the video, nonetheless, she begins crying. She says she doesn’t thoughts the hate aimed toward her, however asks individuals to not badault her father.

She mentions that her father was a ‘radio frequency engineer.’ Apple is unlikely to verify or deny the report that he was fired.

An inner presentation again in June mentioned that Apple believed that extra leaks had been now coming from the Apple Campus than from the supply-chain. Whereas the video on this case was of an already-announced product, the corporate would doubtless nonetheless contemplate it a severe breach of religion by an worker.

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