The coronavirus pandemic has caused plenty of challenges to workers in all walks of life – but with its solution, Apple has gone back to basics.
Like so many businesses large and small around the world, Apple’s employees are mostly working from home thanks to the coronavirus pandemic (in fact, the relevant Bay Area local government has announced that stay-at-home restrictions will last until May 1). That’s hardly surprising, but it has presented a tricky challenge for the secretive company: how to keep its devices under wraps while under development.
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Bloomberg has outlined that in previous years Apple’s strictness verged on the despotic, with employees working behind secured doors and blacked-out windows, and banned from even telling their spouses about their…