Recently, the tech giant Apple fired an engineer after his daughter recorded an interactive video showing some attributes of the still unpublished iPhone X and went viral on YouTube. The young woman not only revealed details of the team, she also recorded inside the company’s facilities, something that is forbidden.
OMG! Apple Fires iPhone X Engineer After Daughter’s Hands-On Video Goes VIRAL
Brooke Amelia Peterson published on her YouTube account, earlier this week, a video that included her trip to the tech giant Apple campus to visit her father and access an iPhone X, before its worldwide launch (November 3). The audiovisual material was collected by specialized media such as 9to5Mac, and it was further extended in the network.
Source- YouTube (Brooke Amelia Peterson )
As reported in “The Verge,” Peterson now claims that her father was fired as a result of her video. In a new content posted on her channel, tearful, she explains that her father violated a company rule by allowing her to record the unpublished phone on the company’s campus.
So, according to the reports, the tech giant Apple asked Brooke Amelia Peterson to remove the video, but it was too late, as the content had spread throughout the internet, or you can say that the content was gone viral.
While the material itself may seem innocent, it included images of the new flag team of the tech giant Apple and also taught special QR codes which are only for employees. Also, an application of notes that seemed to include code names of products not yet released by the tech giant Apple was taught.
It is not the first time that such situations occur. Some time ago an employee of the tech giant Microsoft was fired after his son published photos of the Xbox 360 before its release.
However, now the tech giant Apple engineer who is in question had worked at the company for approximately four years, building the iPhone RF and wireless circuit design.