An article from the Information today covers a breakdown of the lengths that factory workers have gone to to get parts of unreleased iPhones out into the black market, and Apple’s countermeasures to tackle it and maintain high levels of product secrecy.

Most interestingly, the report says that Apple is actually reducing the number of staff it has assigned to catching leaks of factory parts and is instead focusing on cracking down on the leaking of CAD drawings and schematics, just like the schematics that we’ve seen this year showing the iPhone 11’s design.


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