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That massive Apple iPhone 8 and iOS 11 code leak was probably an inside job (AAPL)

The biggest leak to hit Apple in years was almost certainly an inside job. Just days ahead of Apple's September 12 launch event for the new iPhone 8, 9to5Mac and MacRumors got hold of leaked iOS 11 software which confirmed the new device would be called the iPhone X. The two publications saw the Golden Master (GM) version of Apple's upcoming mobile operating system, which confirmed the iPhone X name plus many other details.
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