Apple has a policy of giving new engineers fake projects to work on until they can be trusted with more secretive material. This was reported in the book Inside Apple, and the tidbit was confirmed by an employee of Apple. The policy isn’t surprising in light of Apple’s well-known secrecy. But does anyone really believe that a company that monitors their employees so closely until they’re trusted really doesn’t know what goes on in their supply chain?

[Source: BusinessInsider]