One of the most important questions that every fan of the apple has right now is, what will happen with Apple now that Steve Jobs is no longer? Nehuen came hours makes a reassuring, no problem because Steve Jobs has left the next four years raised Apple continue to deliver innovative ideas to the technological world. However, the question remains in the air and then? TechCrunch gives details about ensuring that the Cupertino company currently has more than a thousand engineers working in the mobile chips that will use the iDispositivos in the future.
This data has transcended through an anonymous Silicon Valley CEO who had the opportunity to talk with Jobs shortly after he left office in Apple namesake few months ago. Now put that number in context to realize the amazing activity we are talking about. The Californian company has 50,000 employees, of which 30,000 are in the stores and other officials working in offices, departments, non-commercial and development centers. Thus, the number of thousand engineers accounts for 5% of employees not engaged in commercial establishments.
This consideration highlights the importance that Apple granted to processors that will define the future post-PC era started by the iPhone and especially for the iPad. Take note that this field has not reached the end of its travel. The new formats allow mobile processors in each update are reduced response times and fuel consumption of the core while increasing power. And we talk about the most important part of a mobile device, and perhaps the part to which place more importance on Infinite Loop. A couple of facts corroborate this assertion: the purchase of PA Semi and long Intrinsity last year.
In short, in Cupertino are focusing their efforts to evolve the existing range of mobile processors so they do not qualify or the ways and possibilities of the next device that will emerge from the dream factory in which the company has become the apple . Therefore, MG Siegler , editor of TechCrunch, has heard that upcoming products will be even more striking than the present, see if this is true.