Apple Leaks

Tim Cook Cracking Down on Apple Employees Who Leak Internal Memos

In an email sent out to employees, Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed the company is doing everything in its power to track down workers who leak internal memos and other confidential information, The Verge is reporting. “People who leak confidential information do not belong at Apple,” said Cook. He continued that his comments come after a...

Apple Had a Secret ‘Double Agent’ Inside iPhone Jailbreak Community

According to a new report by Motherboard, an Apple ‘double agent’ spent well over a year inside the iPhone leaks and jailbreak community, while also acting as a spy for the company. Known as "YRH04E" online, Andrey Shumeyko advertised internal Apple information and stolen devices for sale on Twitter and Discord. Shumeyko eventually decided to share his...

Leaked Videos Show Alleged ‘iPhone 8’ Rear Shells on Production Line

Two newly leaked videos posted on Weibo (via Slashleaks) seem to show Foxconn workers cleaning up the alleged rear shells of Apple's upcoming 10th anniversary ‘iPhone 8’, with cutouts for vertically aligned dual cameras. Although we cannot be absolutely certain that the devices being shown on the production line are in fact the 'iPhone 8’, the shells do...

HomePod Display and RAM Details Leaked in Latest iOS Code

Yesterday, it was reported that digging through recently released Apple’s HomePod smart speaker firmware, developer Steve Troughton-Smith has successfully extracted a bezel-less 'iPhone 8’ image and today, Avery Magnotti has uncovered some new details about the HomePod itself, revealing that the screen of the speaker used to display Siri's multicolor LED waveform measures 272 x 340 (same resolution as the 38mm...

How Apple Prevents Leaks Outlined–in Ironically Leaked Recording

Apple has recently confirmed that more leaks of its upcoming products are in fact dispersed to the public from the Cupertino company's headquarters rather than through its various Asian factories that build its products, as many would have assumed. In response to this revelation, Apple had many of its employees attend an hour-long presentation given...

Leaked 10.5-inch iPad Pro Cases Hit the Web [PICS]

An Israeli-based leaker @ShaiMizrachi, who has shared historically accurate information about unreleased products, has just shared a bunch of pictures on Twitter, allegedly showing leaked cases of the upcoming 10.5-inch iPad Pro. According to iDropNews (via 9to5Mac), the pictures show the 9.7-incher iPad next to the leaked cases designed for the upcoming 10.5-inch iPad, and have been sourced...

Fully Functional 2010 iPad 1 Engineering Prototype Hits the Web [PICS]

Renowned leaked Sonny Dickson has today shared a bunch of pictures of what he says is an early 2010, fully functional iPad 1 engineering prototype, with its owner claiming that the unit was discovered several years ago in the Bay Area, enclosed in a thick metal case to disguise its appearance (via 9to5Mac).  The rear shell of the...

Safety Incident Document Leaks Secretive Apple Products

An accidentally leaked incident report compiled by one of Apple's Environment Health and Safety contractors and acquired by Gizmodo, has provided interesting clues about some of the new products the Cupertino company is secretly working on. The report also mentions a prototype device that has caused eye strain for testers, which could possibly be the company’s much rumoured AR...

Alleged 12-Inch MacBook Air Leak Shows Single Type-C USB Port [PICS]

Last month, it was reported that the widely rumoured 12-inch MacBook Air will enter mass production in the first quarter of 2015 and today, the folks over at 9to5Mac seem to have obtained what they believe are the very first renders of the upcoming, all new 12-inch MacBook Air, that appears considerably smaller than the current 13-inch...

Apple’s Supplier Agreements Include $50M Penalty for Leaks

Fresh details leaked from court filings made by GT Advanced Technologies related to Apple's supplier non-disclosure agreements during its bankruptcy proceedings, have revealed that Apple’s supplier contracts also include a hefty $50 million penalty “per occurrence” for leaking information about any upcoming, unannounced product, AppleInsider is reporting. The Financial Times reports that GT Advanced is arguing in the court that even...