Apple Fires Employee After Daughter’s iPhone X Video Goes Viral: The leaks that precede the announcement of a new iPhone are so common that it seems Apple does not care about them. But you do, yes. The company has strict rules to prevent product details from becoming public ahead of time.
An Apple engineer was dismissed after his daughter recorded a video showing Apple’s unveiled iPhone X and Apple Park, the company’s new headquarters. The video was posted on YouTube, where it became remarkably popular.
Brooke Amelia Peterson is the daughter of Ken Bauer, a wireless communications engineer who worked at Apple since August 2013. Last week the girl posted a vlog on her YouTube channel showing what should have been just a lunch with her parents.
The problem actually lies in the video that is recorded by Brooke Amelia Peterson in which he displayed the iPhone X that her father users- The device will only be officially released on November 3.
In the video, the girl showed the iPhone X close-ups and some of its unique features like Animojis. According to the site 9to5Mac, the video was “probably the best video which sows iPhone X in action”.
However, the video was immediately taken down by Anderson after Apple asked her to do the same. However, Apple had a strict rule in which it says that no one is allowed to shoot videos inside the campus. However, the rule has been broken.
Shortly, Anderson posted another video in which she said that her father