Apple Shares New Video on Inclusion and Diversity Titled ‘Open’ [WATCH]


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Apple has shared a new video highlighting its inclusion and diversity principles, titled ‘open’:

At Apple, “open” isn’t just a word. It’s our culture. One that embraces faiths, disabilities, races, ages, ideologies, personalities, and differences. Because humanity isn’t singular. It’s plural.

The video–which showcases a portrait of the company–provides a glimpse of “68 employees revealing who we are” and “what we believe”, in the two-minute clip.

According to Denise Young Smith, Vice President of Worldwide Human Resources, “Diversity is more than any one gender, race, or ethnicity. It’s richly representative of all people, all backgrounds, and all perspectives. It is the entire human experience.”

Check it out below:

Update: Apple also released its latest Diversity report, which you can read about here. The company is quick to highlight their “female representation is steadily increasing”:


  • Rachael Kriss

    Despite Apple’s PR regarding their diversity and inclusion practices I am still faced with being presented with my deadname every time I access the sharing features I pay for with iCloud and Apple Music.
    I first contacted Apple about this in February of 2016 via phone, followed up with a letter to their head office as suggested. I made a few other attempts including a ‘complaint’ through a senior support rep and feedback through their website as recently as last month.
    I have, to date, received no response.
    It makes me feel that diversity at Apple is just a PR stunt.