Apple introduced its iPhone FaceTime video-calling feature in the kingdom previous week, just prior to a meet up between CEO Tim Cook and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino.
Apple is leading a push by foreign companies to make sure that men and women will be permitted to work jointly in Saudi Arabia, as per a report in the Financial Times.
The report stated that the company “has obtained assurances from authorities that that they would not face prosecution for genders mixing in the workplace.”
Apple introduced its iPhone FaceTime video-calling system in the kingdom last week, just prior to a meeting between CEO Tim Cook and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino.
The act came after the kingdom imposed restrictions on internet calling services previous year.
Apple was one among the several technology companies visited by the crown prince during his visit to the United States, which also involved Google and Facebook.
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