Sat. May 21st, 2022

How Apple Secures Unreleased iOS Devices Prototypes, By Bolding Them On Table

What to believe, on the report of lost iPhone 5 prototype, or on the exclusive picture from the labs of Apple, which shows the high security around the prototype of the unreleased device, you can say that it’s quite easy to access president of the country than coding an app or tweak on Apple’s unreleased device. The below mentioned pictures shows, what type of privileges Apple gave to the outsider developers, the picture is taken by a developer who invited to code an exclusive app for their unreleased iOS iPad. Business Insider got hands on with the picture, which take a look at the security of Apple around the unreleased iOS device.

The criteria was that we had to have a room with no windows. They changed the locks on the door.

Three developers and I were the only people allowed to go in the room. Apple needed the names and social security numbers of the people who had access.

Apple needed to be able to drill a hole in the desk and chain the devices to desk. They used those bicycle cables.

They had these custom frames built around them so we couldn’t even tell what the iPads looked like. We could plug into them so we could code to them and we could touch the screen and play with that, but we couldn’t see the form factor.

Then they took pictures of the wood grain. If any pictures leaked out, they could trace it back to which desk they came from.


You may be laugh by looking into the picture that still Apple losses unreleased devices prototype even having such type of strict security around the unreleased device. At the end, I would like to say, Apple still can’t prevent developers or workers around the device from taking a picture of the device.