Apple Comes Down Hard On Leakers

Аналитики Apple не успевает разрабатывать программное обеспечение для своих продуктов

Аналитики Apple не успевает разрабатывать программное обеспечение для своих продуктов

The memo about leaking, which was leaked to Bloomberg and published on Friday, threatened employees with criminal consequences and shines a harsh light on the Silicon Valley company's aggressive surveillance of its own employees and intensive investigative efforts to catch and punish leakers. However, Apple is genuinely concerned about leaked information, which is why it recently issued an internal memo threatening legal action on its employees.

Belying Apple Northern-California-cool image, the memo - first obtained by Bloomberg News -- struck an intimidating tone. The memo was addressed to Apple employees, suppliers and contractors. They highlighted how Apple has been successful in persuading its customers to increase what they pay for iPhones from an average of somewhere around $600 to almost $800 in the last few years.

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This led to speculation that Apple could lower the price to help spur sales this year, but according to UBS analysts Steven Milunovich and Benjamin Wilson, they are suggesting otherwise. Accordingly, the employees who leaked information lost everything when they were caught red-handed.

In another incident, an employee was arrested and fired just days after he leaked the final and unreleased version of iOS. Both times leakers said they doubted they'd be caught. And for that, Apple hates them. These programs have almost eliminated the theft of prototypes and products from factories, caught leakers and prevented many others from leaking in the first place. Leakers not only lose their job but also may have trouble getting hired elsewhere. Although the documents in the filing were processed in September 2017, there are indications that Apple prepared them as early as July. Among those were Apple employees, contractors and some partners in Apple's supply chain.

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Apple didn't specify who was arrested or what they were charged with. "Everyone comes to Apple to do the best work of their lives - work that matters and contributes to what all 135,000 people in this company are doing together", says Joswiak. "The best way to honor those contributions is by not leaking", added the memo.

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