September 25, 2022

 
An employee who posted general advice on TikTok was threatened with dismissal by Apple, saying that posting videos and publishing names violated company policy.
 
The person who is an Apple employee posted the fact on TikTok and became a hot topic.

Advice for TikTok users who lost their iPhones

Mr. Campbell (Living in New York) who has been working at Apple for about 6 years now works as a repair technician in Apple’s retail department.
 
Last week, after a TikTok user lost her iPhone at Coachella, Campbell told the person who owned her iPhone, “If you don’t remove your Apple ID from your iPhone, I’ll sell your personal information on the black market.” I found you posting that you received a text message saying.
 
“I’m a certified hardware engineer at a company who likes to talk about fruit, and I can tell from my experience working for the past six years,” Campbell said in a video reply to comments. , advised not to listen to the other person because the iPhone that the other person got is useless unless the owner does something.

 
This video of Mr. Campbell’s reply went viral and reached 5 million views in just over 24 hours after its release. Then, on August 12, local time, Mr. Campbell received a phone call from Apple’s manager and was told that if he did not delete the reply video, he would be subject to disciplinary action, including dismissal. When I asked what would happen if I didn’t remove it, Campbell said he would let me know, so he didn’t remove the video.
 
And over the weekend, Campbell posted a video titled “Dear Apple.”
 

@stopitparis hey apple, don’t fire me #techtok #greenscreen ♬ original sound – paris campbell

 
She said she was an Apple employee and was waiting to hear from Apple. “I hadn’t identified myself as an Apple employee prior to the release of this video. I checked the company’s social media policy and it doesn’t say that it is illegal to publicly identify as an Apple employee. I was just told that I shouldn’t do anything that would damage the company’s reputation.”
 
Campbell has been doing stand-up comedy since 2011 and has a large following, including 439,000 TikTok followers.
 
The US media The Verge wrote that Mr. Campbell may be fired even if he is popular on SNS. However, Mr. Campbell says that the posted video only contains information that is publicly available.

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Source: The Verge
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Source: iPhone Mania