No wonder, the YouTube video had gone viral in no time and has also been picked by various sites.
"Apple let [my father] go", Peterson said in her second video.
It is during this meeting that Peterson is given access to her father's iPhone X and includes a quick hands-on of the unreleased device in her video.
Geskin published two photos today that show a number of iPhone X boxes that seem to be on their way to shipping.
"On Tuesday, I woke up and my iPhone X video was going viral", Peterson said in a new video. The dropped even more soon after that, reaching the current 5-6 weeks estimates that you might get right now on Apple's online store.
An engineer who worked on Apple's iPhone X has reportedly been let go after his daughter filmed a hands-on demo of the latest tech gadget and posted her footage on YouTube - a video that swiftly rose to YouTube's trending list before being taken down at Apple's request. A brief clip from the video appears to identify her father as Ken Bauer, described as an "RF guy" on a profile found in LinkedIn. Then Amelia was approached by Apple to take down the video, and she just did just like they said.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently sent out a note to investors, obtained by Business Insider, in which he says he expects all 2018 iPhones to launch "on time", and support the company's new facial recognition system.
Seeing as the iPhone X has no home button, switching apps requires a whole new technique which involves swiping across the screen in an arc shape. The iPhone X is the only device as of now to feature Face ID as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus sport Touch IDs like their predecessors.