Apple's plants in Cork, Ireland evacuated amid security concerns

It has been reported by various local outlets that Apple evacuated employees from its Ireland-based plants amid bomb threats. Updates have been published to social media detailing that employees have been allowed back onto affected site after a thorough search was carried out by authorities.

It's believed that Apple-owned sites at Quay, Hollyhill and Model Farm Road were affected today.

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Threats made against the company in Ireland were posted online, and after management consulted it was decided that the best course of action would be to evacuate employees and bring in the authorities. Thankfully, the all clear was given to Apple who has since allowed employees to return.

Via: (Twitter), Joe Leogue (Twitter)

Rich Edmonds