Some companies embrace leaks completely while others use them as a marketing tool. Apple, on the other hand, belongs to a separate group of entities which absolutely hates leaks and ultimately takes them very seriously. Now, according to a report by The Information, the Silicon Valley-based brand is ready to move its leak prevention measures to the next level.
Apple has cracked down on enclosure leaks
Although Apple has always taken leaks very seriously, things took a drastic turn six years ago in the summer of 2013. Just months before the iPhone 5c’s official debut, thousands of shells for the smartphone were stolen out of a Chinese factory by an employee. The latter was helped by a security guard who helped him avoid security cameras while he drove a large truck out of the building.