Apple sacked its engineer after daughter's iPhone X video goes viral

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Brooke Amelia Peterson also made the most of her encounter with the iPhone X and even filmed a hands-on video of the phone supposedly to showcase the various capabilities of the handset.

Brooke Amelia Peterson, the daughter of [former] Apple engineer, Ken Bauer, posted a vlog to her YouTube channel early last week in which she paid a visit to her dad's workplace at Apple HQ.

As soon as Apple noticed the video, it asked that Ms Peterson take it down, which she promptly did.

iPhone X unboxing and packaging showed in leaked images: As you may have heard, Apple iPhone X pre-orders have started being shipped from today instead of the 3rd November release date. "They had to do what they had to do".

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Morata went on to apparently say that he loved living in Italy but was finding London too much to take in. A lovely place and not so far from the training ground. "Every time I spoke to him he said he's happy".

If you are planning to buy iPhone X then the fix cost of the device should be something for you to look up.

Later, another video was posted by Anderson in which she said that her father had apologized and took full responsibility for the incident.

Other suppliers, from AAC Technologies Holdings in Hong Kong to Lens Technology in mainland China, also advanced, tracking Apple's own gains last Friday. A brief clip from the video appears to identify her father as Ken Bauer, described as an "RF guy" on a profile found in LinkedIn. If you have AppleCare+, the first two iPhone X screen repairs cost only $29 each. Apple iPhone X Sold Out in Minutes And Twitter Is Laughing With Hilarious Jokes.

Apple's biggest suppliers, from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) to Hon Hai Precision Industry, climbed yesterday after delivery times for the iPhone X stretched to as much as six weeks in the United States, underscoring demand for the marquee smartphone. Users will have to pay the fix cost if the iPhone screen gets broken while it's still under warranty and don't have AppleCare+ coverage.