2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Analysis of vacancies of leading companies often allows them to reveal their cards - to understand what projects they are working on. And now it became known about the plans of Apple regarding its new development. Apple 's vacancy says the company is looking for a user interface designer. The field of activity is one of the new projects of the company.
Since the vacancy mentions the Apple Maps mapping service, it can be assumed that the company is working on creating a web interface for its maps, which at the moment can only be accessed through a mobile application. With the release of the new OS X 10.9 Mavericks operating system, it will be possible to access maps from a desktop or laptop.
Experts believe that web access to Apple's maps will make them more popular - the service will receive some trump cards compared to its competitors Google Maps and Bing Maps. Apple's first map launchbecame a failure for the company due to the huge number of mistakes. Additional factors leading to a conclusion about a new mapping or navigation service are the company's recent acquisitions. Apple recently acquired Placebase, C3 Technologies, Embark and HopStop, four companies in the navigation and mapping industry.
- Apple is looking for a flexible display specialist.
- Apple is looking for a specialist to develop the next generation Apple TV.
- Apple Maps has received a significant update.
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