How to Setup Face ID on iPhone X

Kelley Robertson
October 31, 2017

According to Peterson, her father was an engineer working on radio communications and Apple Pay features for the device.

"Apple let him go", Peterson said in the video, after detailing that her original video went viral and became one of YouTube's top trending videos after it was posted.

The video went viral before it could be taken down, she said. And Apple employees are thought to commit not to allow the phones to be seen by the public until they are released. "They had to do what they had to do".

"At the end of the day, when you work for Apple, it doesn't matter how good of a person you are". In the infamous video that caused the hassle, Brooklyn shared home screen interface and notes that may have revealed the names of future Apple products.

The second is that the other videos may well have been officially sanctioned by Apple - it's not clear which clips she's referring to, after all.

That's a bummer, I'd say!

The explainer video oscillates between a number of emotions, and understandably includes Peterson crying about her father's dismissal. She also shared how she felt her father didn't deserve it but they are not bitter.

Apple's delays in fulfilling demand are likely to have a negative effect on its Q4 sales, the same time the company plans to roll out its HomePod smart speaker to compete with Amazon's Alexa devices and Google Assistant. However, the mistake was already done and, before she can do anything, his father was sacked from the job. The U.S. company was also said to have struggled to make enough of its costliest device, in part because of quality issues with the sensors that make Face ID possible.

Cupertino, Calif. -based Apple showed off the iPhone X, along with the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and other new products, at a media event in September.

Peterson posted an emotional follow-up video on Saturday explaining that her dad, a "privileged engineer", was sacked because of the video.

So far, Apple has not publicly responded to any of this news.

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