Apple Stores employing contractors for on-site iPhone battery replacements

Apple Stores employing contractors for on-site iPhone battery replacements

According to sources inside the company, as reported byDigital Music News, Apple has locked in a firm date for the store shutdown.

The memo lays out examples of times when whole product announcements have been spoiled by leaks to the media.

Leaking Apple's work undermines everyone at Apple and the years they've invested in creating Apple products. Chances are, the March 2019 announcement window and subsequent tail off is a result of forecasting for where they see iTunes Store sales trending over the next 12 months.

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.

Apple recently released the iOS 11.3 update recently to some of the iPhones to enhance the user experience. For now only the iPhone X comes with a notch unlike the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus. Those 29 people included employees, contractors, and supply chain partners. Apple says that digital forensics helped identify employees who passed along confidential information about the iPhone X, iPad Pro and AirPods directly to a particular phone blog (not us, by the way).

The glossy red finish - which will not be available on the flagship iPhone X - is an improvement on last year's Product (Red) devices, which were matte red owing to the iPhone 7's aluminium casing, the site says. This latest memo attempts to deal with internal leaks by warning employees of potential consequences.

Leakers in the supply chain are getting caught, too. Put simply, Apple in 2018 may very well smash a number of iPhone sales records. 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. "These people not only lose their jobs, they can face extreme difficulty finding employment elsewhere", Apple added. In some cases, they face jail time and massive fines for network intrusion and theft of trade secrets both classified as federal crimes.

They threw all kinds of claims against me, I had a good lawyer that completely understood the problem, did good research, and read the law correctly.

Apple has denied the rumour, saying, "It's not true" to The Sun this week.