Leaked Apple memo urges employees to stop leaking company info

Leaked Apple memo urges employees to stop leaking company info

Leaked Apple memo urges employees to stop leaking company info

In in internal memo obtained by Bloomberg, the Cupertino tech giant revealed it caught 29 leakers in 2017, including Apple employees, contractors, and supply chain partners. "12 of those were arrested", read the memo. 9to5Mac has heard from multiple Apple Stores that the company has brought in both AppleCare employees and external contractors to work in retail stores on iPhone battery replacements specifically.

In the leaked memo, it was stated that all Apple employees who were involved in the leak of pre-release iOS details were caught and fire within days while others who were responsible for sharing product details before the launches were also caught.

Apple has issued another memo to its staff this year warning them of leaking information to the media or public. "One person betrayed their trust", the company reportedly wrote on its internal blog.

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The impact of a leak goes beyond the people who work on a particular project - it's felt throughout the company.

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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.

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The internal memo also asked the employees to remain alert when befriending journalists, analysts or bloggers. Just this week, the FTC stated that it was illegal for companies like Apple to block third-party repairers and even third-party components. Apple says leaked information can depress sales of existing product models, and give competitors more time to respond to features coming in future models. Apple might have seen it coming and that's the reason Tim Cook and team is restlessly brainstorming to arrive at a magical figure they could tag the upcoming iPhone with and see people falling for it, like 2015.

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