Apple's new products get hijacked by con artists.

Apple showed off the newest versions of some of its products, but con artists tried to get in on the action and make some money off of it.

Unfortunately, cryptocurrency scams are a never-ending part of the industry. Bad actors are always trying to offer something too good to be true, usually promising to double one's assets. But beware - these scams can often be hard to spot. So be careful when considering any investment, and always do your research to make sure you're getting into a legitimate opportunity.

Apple's latest event was a great success, with the new iPhones, AirPods, and Apple Watches receiving rave reviews. The company is clearly on the right track, and we can't wait to see what they do next.

  • When the nearly 50-year-old tech giant announces the new generation of its product line, all eyes are typically on the company. This was the case yesterday when Tim Cook and co unveiled the new iPhones (14), AirPods, and Apple Watches. The new products are impressive, with the updated iPhone design and features, the new AirPods that are even more compact and user-friendly, and the updated Apple Watch that has more health and fitness features.
  • It is alarming that even as people are turning to trustworthy sources for information about theApple company and its products, there are scammers who are ready to take advantage of the situation. Reshaping an old interview with the CEO to promote a fraudulent crypto website is a cynical ploy that takes advantage of people's curiosity and trust. This must be stopped so that people can feel confident that they are getting accurate information from reliable sources.
  • As someone who closely follows Apple and its products, I was immediately skeptical of the so-called "leaked" video of Tim Cook's keynote at an upcoming event. The title of the video - "Apple Event Live" - was odd, to say the least, and the video itself showed plenty of signs of being fake.
  • It's disappointing that YouTube didn't catch this fake stream sooner. It's a shame that viewers were redirected to a dubious URL instead of the real Apple stream. Hopefully YouTube will be more vigilant in the future to prevent these kinds of scams from happening.
  • These types of crypto scams have been going on for a long time. The perpetrators usually use a famous brand or person to dupe victims into sending their cryptocurrency to their wallets while promising to double them in return. However, victims should be aware that these types of scams are very common and that they should never send their cryptocurrency to an unknown wallet. If someone promises to double your cryptocurrency, it is almost certainly a scam. Be safe and always do your research before sending any cryptocurrency.
  • There is no doubt that this sounds like a scam, but there have been many instances where people have actually made money from it. While it is always risky to invest in something like this, there is the potential for profit. For people who are willing to take the risk, it could be worth it.

It is quite alarming that amidst the recent iPhone 14 unveiling, there was a crypto scam that managed to garner thousands of viewers. This just goes to show how susceptible people are to falling for schemes, especially when there is a lot of hype surrounding an event.