Jon Prosser, known for his leaked information for Apple, picked up the shaver for his eyebrow when his latest claim was false. Prosser recently shared a claim about Apple. It is alleged that Apple was due to hold an event on March 23 (today). However, the event was not held. Prosser, who promised to do so, fulfilled his promise.
Prosser shared his claim, promising to fulfill it if it didn’t turn out to be true. The post said he would shave his eyebrows if his event was not organised. Prosser showed how much he cares about his promise. He also supported the social responsibility project.
In the tech world, leak information is critical. Because the characteristics of many new models manifest themselves before the introduction. And this leak information is being released by proven people. The biggest proof of leakers is that they share the right information. Jon Prosser is also known as someone who leaks the right information for the Apple world.
After Jon Prosser’s March 23 post, eyes turned to that date. Apple, however, did not do any activity. Jon Prosser also uploaded the video of him shaving his eyebrows to YouTube. The video received thousands of views within three hours. Jon Prosser, who broadcasts his videos on the channel ‘FRONT PAGE TECH’, has 322,000 subscribers.
Prosser didn’t cut his eyebrows just because he promised. He wanted attention for a charity. She supported a fundraiser for ‘Wings for Kids’, which supports people with cancer at a young age. He also said that viewers who want to can help with cash. Comments on the video included “We’ve forgiven you now!” and “Don’t worry, Jon Prosser. You haven’t lost your dignity.”
In the video, Prosser begins shaving his eyebrows in the 11th minute and 25th seconds, saying, “For kids! For the kids!” he motivated himself. Also in the introduction of the video came information for iPhone 13. Prosser claimed that the iPhone 13 will be released later this year.
There is no new date for Apple‘s next event. Prosser claimed to be introducing Apple’s new iPad and AirTags next April. Until the next event, it was also a question of whether Jon Prosser’s opponent would be able to extend.