SHE LEAKED THE iPHONE X // APPLE EMPLOYEE’S iPHONE X LEAKED // REMOVED



Brooke Peterson leaked the iPhone X on her YouTube channel. The phone is an Apple Employee’s testing iPhone, her dad’s. He’s an Apple engineer. The iPhone X is up for pre-order in 2 days, and her video was posted today, but filmed on September 15th. The video was removed shortly after being posted and going viral. She shows off the iPhone X Face ID, iPhone X Apple Pay, and the iPhone X Animojis. Lastly, she showed off the new iPhone X camera as well. This was filmed on the Apple campus in…

29 thoughts on “SHE LEAKED THE iPHONE X // APPLE EMPLOYEE’S iPHONE X LEAKED // REMOVED”

  1. She fucked up big time. She leaked it online to look cool and get idiots to like her. This is a given…. Her dumbass dad should have known to not allow her to show it off early. She shouldn't have made that disgusting apology video either. It made her look stupid, like the petty/spoiled child that she is. She is what's wrong with the disgusting younger generation. They both got what they deserved. This shit makes me sick….

  2. Wow no mercy…cant really say im surprised. Ive met apple employees if you talk to them about upcoming product. They become so silent as though there is a sniper ready to take a shot at them. Shitty company and shitty product.

  3. He brook the rules and gave his daughter the phone and she made a movie with the iPhone X. That is not allowed on Apple’s campus and now her dad is fired. Don’t break the rules.

  4. That is very dangerous when Spy place someone in your family behind your back. After they get all that they need, your family may be all go underground forever. The Apple Fires iPhone X Engineer after his daughter's hands-on video goes viral around the world is exactly We need to Fires him right now and kick him out of the company for safety all people in the future. Goodbye, and watching out the China copy. Mother F* Spy and Kick her out Now.

  5. I have always had iphones but that notch really drives me insane. Was there no way they could've fixed that? Seems like a rushed product to me. Samsung and LG don't seem to have this issue. Maybe it's just me but I feel Apple could have done better?

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