The disruption comes at a time when tensions are rising, as Huawei's financial director Meng Vancouz faces extradition to the United States.
Huawei Technologies can become very cautious with their phones. This week, a fast-growing Chinese company slashed the two employees and lowered the salary by sending a New Year's greeting to the iPhone from Huawei's official account on Twitter.
This was an embarrassing situation for China's largest telecommunications equipment maker, which replaced Apple as the world's second largest smartphone brand in 2018 and now requires first place.
The disruption comes at a time when tensions are rising, as Huawei's financial director Meng Vangjuo faces extradition to the United States for alleged bank fraud.
And there may be more problems in Shenzhen, after several popular blogs in the United States, including 9to5mac, used this situation and posted a tweet screen with a Twitter message for the iPhone.
Although Huawei blamed this fake move for the agency that hired to manage social networks abroad, the company also faced the two workers. The punishment included a 5,000 yuan ($ 730) deduction from his monthly salary, as well as one level degradation, according to an internal memorandum on which Bloomberg News had access.
One of the two was the head of the Huawei Digital Marketing team, according to a memorandum circulating between the public and the government relations team, as well as several employees in the spending business unit. Huawei declined to comment on this issue.
Now employees must limit the management of suppliers and partners. "The incident showed fraud in our processes and our management," Huawei said in his memorandum