“With the debut new product categories promised by Apple in 2014 will likely come entirely new platforms, and a fresh job listing from the company discloses that such plans are in fact currently in the works,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“A newly advertised opening for the position of ‘Instrumentation Design/NPI Engineer’ posted by Apple this week, and first discovered by AppleInsider, seeks a hardware expert that will help usher in the introduction of new products,” Hughes reports. “That Apple is working on new products is no surprise, but the listing also mentions that the position will cover all of the company’s existing major platforms, as well as ‘new platforms as of now unannounced.'”
“As for what new platforms Apple could be working on, the most obvious potential choice could be a wrist-oriented operating system for the company’s anticipated ‘iWatch’ accessory,” Hughes reports “Rumors of such a device have persisted for months, but have picked up considerable steam at the start of 2014, suggesting that the introduction of such a product could occur this year.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]