One thing I find amazing about Apple is that they are able to keep a lot of the hardware under wraps so well before their official announcements. Take the iPhone for example: there are well over 100,000 people working on manufacturing and assembling them with third party suppliers in foreign countries and we don't see oodles of pictures and leaks before the release date. There are thousands of opportunities for those employees to divulge that information, and I'm certain that a lot of news sources are willing to pay reasonable amounts for verifiable information. A decent leak with drawings, specifications, and/or pictures could probably garner a year's pay for someone in one of those countries. I'm surprised we don't see one of the news sources with the actual hardware in hand a few months early.
the way of speaking is familiar like a ccp leader. how did he know the employees are frustrated? how can he represent other employees? yes, a ceo represents a company, but not the employees of the company. it’s totalitarianism.