Billboard about Apple’s privacy ethics can be seen in Las Vegas.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas starts this week, and despite it being one of the largest technology shows in the world, Apple never participates. That’s been the case for a couple of years now, leaving companies like Google and Samsung to show off their own tech during the show.
Despite their absence, Apple surprisingly made its presence known in CES by putting up a large billboard near the show area showcasing its privacy ethics. The billboard reads ‘What happens in your iPhone, stays in your iPhone’ – a play on the saying ‘What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas’.
Apple never shows up at CES, so I can’t say I saw this coming. pic.twitter.com/8jjiBSEu7z
— Chris Velazco (@chrisvelazco) January 4, 2019
The billboard was tweeted by Engadget report Chris Velazco, where Apple showed a link to its privacy webpage (www.apple.com/privacy) that is accompanied by an image of the iPhone XS.
It does showcase Apple’s commitment to privacy, especially with the recent issues concerning the subject that has plagued other tech companies like Facebook and Google.
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