According to Seattle Times, Apple has opened a new engineering office in Seattle. The news has been confirm by Apple itself joining the likes of Microsoft, Google and Amazon.
Although there are no detailed information on where the new office is and Apple did not give detailed information about the news, clues of it happening has surfaced.
According to Seattle Times, the former location to Apple’s office belongs to engineers from F5 Networks who worked for Union Bay Networks. A handful of its workers have listed Apple as their employer on LinkedIn.
Apple’s manager is also spotted in Seattle looking for applicants with his post:
“Ever wanted to work at Apple, but didn’t want to live in Cupertino?” Multidisciplinary engineers were encouraged to apply, and if brought on board, they’d be tasked with developing and designing “the core infrastructure services and environments driving every online customer experience at Apple ranging from iCloud to iTunes.”