There is a  pretty interesting post over at Gizmodo detailing the security measures that Apple goes through to keep its products a secret.  We’ve heard ‘things’ but nothing as severe as this ‘Tom’ guy is reporting.  Our source tells us about the piece: “This is the paranoid/Hollywood version.  Unless there is a leak suspected, you won’t ever see something like this.  If you do, they have a specific reason to search.”  And, for example, “stay at your desks” is probably more like “just continue working and if there’s something you need to worry about i’ll let you guys know”.

With that in mind, Gizmodo’s version:

Apple has these moles working everywhere, especially in departments where leaks are suspected. Management is not aware of them,” he told me, “once they suspect a leak, the special forces

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