Apple allows select employees to develop their next product at home
Apple allows select employees to develop their next product at home

A new report by Bloomberg says that despite the fact that its international employees work from home, Apple continues to develop upcoming products as usual. The report shows that iPhone manufacturers have recently prepared to approve their products. Leave the headquarters for other purposes. Development in employee homes.

As we all know, Apple Inc. is kept confidential. Completely on brand new hardware and software. The report shows that employees must climb up administrative directors to obtain permission to take the device home and that the company's vice president must sign.

Since March, Apple has allowed engineers to bring first versions of future devices home, which is not generally permitted. However, the management regularly reviews the list of employees who own future products.

The company is developing all new releases that may be launched earlier this year, such as: B. Speakers (HomePod), TV platform (Apple TV), their laptops (MacBook Pro), and tablets (iPad). Apple Watch, IMac, and iPhone mobile phones.

Software updates are also on the right track and are expected to be released in a digital version of the Annual Developers Conference (WWDC) in June for the first time.

The next version of the program is tightly controlled and the company tracks employees who have access to (iOS 14) and the next version of macOS. Employees managing the next version of the software must obtain approval from the Apple management team.

The Bloomberg Report not only provides information about Apple product development plans, but also highlights the many challenges of remote work and how companies are adapting to the family culture that is typical today, large technology companies and many other companies around the world.

Despite developments in new products and Apple's obsession with data protection, the source code for earlier versions of iOS 14 was released, resulting in minor setbacks in device development, new software features, and some new hardware (for example (iPhone 9)).


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