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Apple Hiring Engineers to Develop 6G Wireless

  • Company wants to rely less on others for new technology
  • Job listings posted for positions in San Diego, Silicon Valley
Release of the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max and Mini Models in Stores
Photographer: Brendon Thorne/Bloomberg

Apple Inc. launched its first iPhones with 5G wireless speeds a few months ago. Now it’s looking to start work on sixth-generation cellular connectivity, or 6G, indicating it wants to be a leader in the technology rather than relying on other companies.

The Cupertino, California-based company this week posted job ads seeking wireless system research engineers for current and next-generation networks. The listings are for positions at Apple’s offices in Silicon Valley and San Diego, where the company works on wireless technology development and chip design.