YouTuber says Apple engineer father fired for her viral iPhone video

31 October, 2017, 00:37 | Author: Darrell Baldwin
  • Blogger Brooke Amelia Peterson said on Saturday in a video that her vlog showing the iPhone X resulted in her father being fired from his position as an Apple engineer

YouTuber Brooke Amelia Peterson, who was visiting her father at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, filmed her father using the iPhone X to pay for a meal inside a company cafeteria.

Brooke Amelia Peterson explains in a tearful video how her father was sacked because of her uploaded video after her dad violated the company rule by letting her shoot the video. The young YouTuber spoke about Apple's decision to let go her father and the impact of the video going viral in another one take confessions. Brooke said that they understood that Apple was correct to take stringent actions for not following the basic ground rules but continued to say that her father did not deserve the hatred and trolling that he has received from social media. "They had to do what they had to do".

IN a few days the world will finally get to see Apple's futuristic iPhone X.

Brooke Amelia Peterson, a United States vlogger, posted footage of her trying out the yet-to-be-released iPhone X when she visited her father at the Apple campus in Cupertino. However, Kuo has stated in the past that Face ID will be seen on all 2018 iPhone models which means Touch ID will slowly start to phase out. She never intended this to be a big journalistic scoop, stating in the subsequent update video that "I had no subscribers, I had no views, but I don't care: I love to make videos... it was just supposed to be a fun memory of me and my family". Back in 2005 a Microsoft employee was let go after his stepson posted photos of the Xbox 360 online before the console was launched.




The iPhone X video became viral overnight later appeared on publications including 9to5Mac.

Apple has not yet commented on the whole incident and employee dismissal.

IPhone X users, however, can avoid the exorbitant screen fix prices if they opt for AppleCare+ for the device by paying upfront - $199 (roughly Rs. 13,000). The new face scan feature for unlocking the iPhone X may offer added convenience and security for iPhone users.

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