Apple is rumored to be on the verge of launching a Haifa Research & Development center in Israel. The firm is said to have already received hundreds of resumes from engineers working on the development of semiconductors for the next iDevices. The center would open its doors next February.
If the information is confirmed, it would be the first R&D center outside the United States. Located in the Haifa complex, not far from the centers of Microsoft and Intel, the company would be responsible for developing more efficient semiconductors and could work in collaboration with Anobit, the Israeli company recently acquired by Apple for the flirtatious $ 500 million. In any case, the information seems to agree, insofar as opening an R&D center near a recently acquired company abroad and working in the same sector makes perfect sense.
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