An Irish graphic designer who wants to sell his company’s iPhone 5 handset has been told he will have to get a new one.
The decision to require a new iPhone 5, designed by a graphic designer from New York, comes after an incident involving the phone last year.
In November last year, the company’s mobile phone division was forced to halt operations due to the iPhone 5’s security vulnerabilities.
After a two-week investigation, it emerged that an employee had sent a series of threatening messages to a customer who was an Apple employee.
The company’s managing director of marketing and sales, John O’Connor, was forced out.
It was then that he was contacted by the Irish Information Commissioner (ICO) in December 2015.
It is alleged that Mr O’Conner told him that a senior executive had asked him to take on the iPhone project.
Mr O’Connors response was that he would need to find a different designer to do the work.
Mr Tóibín, who is now the managing director at the firm, told the Irish Independent that he felt his business was in danger because of the phone’s security flaws.
“There was no other option.
I just couldn’t believe that we had to have an issue with this company,” he said.
He said he felt betrayed by Mr O ‘Connor.
“The way he approached the company is what led me to feel this way.
He is very arrogant, very cocky and arrogant in general, but I don’t think that he has done anything to me that I am aware of,” Mr Tói said.
Mr Tríll and his partner, Richard Haughey, who runs the firm’s design department, have been told they will need to take up another job.
“It was a tough decision to make.
It was not an easy decision to take.
It’s a very challenging decision for us,” Mr Tríl said.”
I felt that there were some problems we were going to have to resolve but I felt there was a good opportunity for us to do something that would benefit the business.”
Mr Tíbín said he and Mr Tril would not be able to find another job until the company had the right designer.
“We’ve had a very good relationship with them over the last six months and I can say that I don