Apple's memo warning employees about leaking information is predictably leaked

Apple in a lengthy memo posted to its internal blog said it ‘caught 29 leakers,’ last year and 12 of them were arrested

Apple in a lengthy memo posted to its internal blog said it ‘caught 29 leakers,’ last year and 12 of them were arrested

Apple has had 12 employees arrested over the course of previous year for leaking internal information about future software plans, according to a memo leaked (ironically) today, spotted by Bloomberg.

Included below are the bullet points related to the Apple discussion. In the memo, the employees were threatened with losing their jobs if they revealed trade secrets. There have been some reports to suggest that Apple could make the phones slightly cheaper this year, but apparently that will not be the case.

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It concludes by sharing the news that 12 of the leakers in 2017 were arrested. The memo was addressed to Apple employees, suppliers and contractors. Last year, another employee was sacked for leaking details about the iPhone X, iPad Pro, and AirPods to 9to5Mac. Past year they fired another employee for leaking details to 9to5mac.

Leaks have become more common under CEO Tim Cook, but this memo claims numerous supply chain leaks have been stopped.

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The March date won't be when services start being pulled but is instead when Apple will make its plan public, allowing users to make ample preparations for the service to close. 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. Looking ahead to Apple's 2018 iPhone lineup, we've seen reports that Apple is planning to begin iPhone production a little bit earlier than usual to ensure that the company's new iPhone models are in plentiful supply when they launch later this year, presumably in September. Sources from multiple Apple Stores have tipped off 9to5Mac with word that in addition to AppleCare employees, external skilled labor has been brought on to cope with incoming jobs. These people not only lose their jobs, they can face extreme difficulty finding employment elsewhere.

"The potential criminal consequences of leaking are real", said Apple's Global Security's Tom Moyer. "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. Leaks can also impact sales of current devices, as consumers hold off on buying as they know something better is soon to arrive.

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