Apple Hires Former Atlas Wearables Lead Software Engineer
As you probably know, Apple is expected to release its long-anticipated iWatch later this year. This means that the work on the smartwatch is at its most active stage. Many specialists are now trying to make the would-be device as good as possible.
According to the latest rumors, the guys from Cupertino have recently hired a new developer who previously worked at Atlas Wearables. His name is Alex Hsieh.
As reported by Network World (via 9to5Mac), its [Apple's] latest hiring is Alex Hsieh, who served as the lead software engineer at startup Atlas Wearables as recently as last month. Hsieh is now a firmware developer at Apple, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Apple's smartwatch will feature at least 10 sensors capable of monitoring your health, a curved screen and wireless charging. As to the release date, it I still unknown, however, people familiar with the matter say the iWatch will be unveiled in October.
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