Apple memo warns employees to stop leaking info. Someone leaked it.


A recent memo detailed the lengths to which Apple is willing to go to stop employees from leaking information about upcoming products. It’s an on-going problem. Last year’s iPhone X launch, you might remember, was spoiled by a leak to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. And while that may have been the largest, it certainly wasn’t the only leak Apple had to deal with. All told, the company caught 29 leakers last year, all of whom were fired. 12 were arrested. Some employees, however, didn’t seem to get the memo. But the press did, right after an Apple employee leaked it to…

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