Apple reportedly blocked September vacations
According to AppleInsider, Apple reportedly blocked employees from requesting vacations between September 18 and September 22. Could this be a sign that a new iPhone will launch between those two dates? This isn’t the only sign. As we reported earlier this week, the company started training its employees at Apple Store on iOS7, so that consumers can get maximum satisfaction.
AppleInsider got hands on the internal document of Apple which shows the company has blocked employees from requesting ‘a day off,’ so that the launch of iOS7, the iPhone 5S, and the iPhone 5C can go smoothly.
An internal company document shared with AppleInsider purportedly shows time off available for AppleCare employees for the latter half of September. As can be seen in the calendar, available time off drops off significantly starting Sunday, Sept. 15, and continues through Saturday, Sept. 28.
The image provided shows the calendar being accessed via virtual private network from an internal Apple employee domain. Potentially identifying portions of the picture have been cropped out.
We all are expecting Apple to release the iPhone 5S along with the iPhone 5C on September 10. It seems Apple is really excited with the products.
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