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苹果员工喝醉酒 绝密4G iPhone曝光!

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发表于 2016-7-31 14:10:03 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式

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最近乔布斯老爷子估计是寝食难安,为嘛?苹果iPone小组旗下员工,27岁的Gray Powell童鞋在一间酒吧喝酒的时候,一不小心就弄丢了iPone 4G手机原型。gizmodo网站随后以5000美金的高价从拾获者手中购得这部手机,并最终确认它就是4G iPone!此消息一出,丢三落四的Gray Powell几近崩溃,面临被解雇的危险。而苹果公司武装到牙齿的保密神话,也至此被击破啦!
Gray Powell—a North Carolina State University 2006 graduate and talented
amateur photographer—is an Apple Software Engineer working on the
iPhone Baseband Software, the little program that enables the iPhone to
make calls. A dream job for a talented engineer like Powell, an Apple
fan who always wanted to meet Steve Jobs.
On the night of March 18, he was enjoying the fine imported ales at
Gourmet Haus Staudt, a nice German beer garden in Redwood City,
California. He was happy. After all, it was his birthday. He was turning
27 that very same day, and he was celebrating. The place was great. The
beer was excellent. "I underestimated how good German beer is," he
typed into the next-generation iPhone he was testing on the field,
cleverly disguised as an iPhone 3GS. It was his last Facebook update
from the secret iPhone. It was the last time he ever saw the iPhone,
right before he abandoned it on bar stool, leaving to go home.
It a simple, honest mistake in the middle of celebration. Something that anyone, from Steve Jobs to Jonathan Ive, could have done. Knowing how ferocious and ruthless Apple is about product leaks, those beers may have turned out to be the bitterest of his life.

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(Almost) Impenetrable Security
Until now, Apple's legendary security has always worked perfectly. Perhaps there was a blurry factory photo here, or some last-minute information strategically whispered to some friendly media there. But when it comes to the big stuff, everything is airtight. At their Cupertino campus, any gadget or computer that is worth protecting is behind armored doors, with security locks with codes that change every few minutes. Prototypes are bolted to desks. Hidden in these labs, hardware, software and industrial-design elves toil separately on the same devices, without really having the complete picture of the final product.
And hidden in every corner, the Apple secret police, a team of people with a single mission: To make sure nobody speaks. And if there's a leak, hunt down the traitor, and escort him out of the building. Using lockdowns and other fear tactics, these men in black are the last line of defense against any sneaky eyes. The Gran Jefe Steve trusts them to avoid Apple's worst nightmare: The leak of a strategic product that could cost them millions of dollars in free marketing promotion. One that would make them lose control of the product news cycle.
But the fact is that there's no perfect security. Not when humans are involved. Humans that can lose things. You know, like the next generation iPhone.
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