31 October, 2017
YouTube vlogger Brooke Amelia Peterson said in a new video on her channel that her father, iPhone engineer, Ken Bauer, had been fired after she showcased the new iPhone X. The phone will be available November 3. Apple iPhone X Chinese Duplicate Mobile Launched at Rs 6500.
In a subsequent video published Sunday, Peterson said she removed the video at Apple's request. Apple asked her to take it down, and she did.
The same Instagram account posted a video of the unboxing of Apple's iPhone X in Space Gray color. Apple priced its iPhone X at $1,000 for the base model, or $1,150 for more storage. Apple sacked employee over iPhone X Youtube video which was recorded on the Apple campus.
Peterson's video of the iPhone X had instantly gone viral with multiple channels and sites uploading the content again.
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Now she's shared news of her father's professional demise, with no mention of just how long he's grounded her for.
We should also mention that Apple Care+ doesn't inflate the fix prices even though the damage is "accidental". When they were savouring the Pizza in the cafeteria, Amelia's dad handed over his unreleased Apple iPhone X to test. And Apple employees are thought to commit not to allow the phones to be seen by the public until they are released. This comes following reports that Apple was planning to go with glass and plastic hybrid lens for iPhones in 2018.
Over the weekend, Apple invited a number of YouTubers, tech writers and other media personalities to a private event in NY.
It also includes several minutes of hands-on time with the iPhone X as also a close-up of the device's home screen and the cover sheet notification screen. The iPhone X is the only device as of now to feature Face ID as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus sport Touch IDs like their predecessors.