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Apple's new 'Student Jobs' website: Offering internships to students and jobs to graduates - TNW Apple. Apple has launched a new Student Jobs website that offers internships and retail positions to current students and serves as a place to recruit recent graduates.

Apple's new 'Student Jobs' website: Offering internships to students and jobs to graduates - TNW Apple

A student jobs website has existed before but this is a significant revamp. The website features several sections dedicated to enticing students and graduates with various job opportunities at Apple. The options for students include Internships, Apple Retail Store positions and a position as an Apple Campus Representative. Apple describes being a Campus Rep this way: As an Apple Campus Rep, you’ll host workshops, deliver demos, throw events, and build relationships on campus. A traditional internship is also available: At Apple, interns are an important part of the team. There are also sections available for Retail Store positions, Retail Store management and corporate jobs for those looking to move on to a career with Apple after getting their degrees. L’évolution de la mode selon Steve Jobs.

Apple Briefly Becomes the World’s Most Valuable Company. UPDATE: Apple was worth Exxon for much of the day, but when the market closed at 4 p.m.

Apple Briefly Becomes the World’s Most Valuable Company

ET, the valuations ended thus: XOM $348.32B, APPL $346.74B. Apple’s valuation has soared passed that of Exxon Mobil, making the technology giant the world’s largest company. Around 1:22 p.m. ET, Apple was trading at north of $367 per share, giving the company a valuation of more than $341 billion, briefly surpassing what Exxon Mobil was worth at that time. The valuations of the two companies have since been crossing back and forth in a volatile day on Wall Street. While we’ll wait and see if Apple holds onto its crown when the market closes at 4 p.m. Although a significant milestone for Apple, the company hasn’t been left out of the broader stock market woes of the past several weeks. Apple Now Has More Cash Than The U.S. Government. Toute l’histoire d’Apple en neuf chiffres clés. Le 1er avril 1976, Steve Jobs et Steve Wozniak, alors âgés d’une vingtaine d’années, créent Apple Computer.

Toute l’histoire d’Apple en neuf chiffres clés

Trente-cinq ans plus tard, la “pomme croquée” enregistre un chiffre d’affaires annuel de près de 65 milliards de dollars et emploie des milliers de personnes dans le monde entier. Depuis toujours, son siège social se trouve à Cupertino, en Californie. En 1976, le tout premier ordinateur d’Apple, appelé “Apple I”, est fabriqué en 200 exemplaires. Il sera vendu 666.66 dollars. Contrairement à la légende urbaine, ce chiffre n’a rien à voir avec le diable. C’est le nombre de couleurs qu’offraient les iMac G3 deuxième génération, sortis en 1999.

En 1983, la société lance une publicité réalisée par Ridley Scott, qui surprend encore aujourd’hui. C’est l’âge en années du système d’exploitation à base d’Unix qui équipe aujourd’hui tous les ordinateurs Apple. C’est le prix de vente du “Newton”, l’un des premiers PDA, arrivé sur le marché en 1993. Source : 01Net. Les 35 ans d'Apple en neuf chiffres clés. Apple Has Already Approved The Official Google Voice App For iPhone, Expect It Soon. The App Store review office at 1 Infinite Loop has officially frozen over: we’ve gotten word that the official Google Voice application is on its way to the iPhone in the next few weeks.

Apple Has Already Approved The Official Google Voice App For iPhone, Expect It Soon

In fact, we’ve heard from a source close to Google that it’s already been approved — Google just needs to revamp the application to work with the iPhone 4 and iOS’s multitasking capabilities. If you’re a Google Voice user and you’re on an iPhone, this is great news. It’s been a long, long road to get here. Last July, we broke the news that Apple had blocked the official Google Voice application, which eventually sparked an FCC inquiry into the matter.

Apple claimed that the application “duplicated existing functionality”, which didn’t do much to convince anyone as it subsequently accepted similar apps. But the existing applications, nice as they may be, are all provided by third parties. Reached for comment about the upcoming iPhone application, Google offered this non-answer of a statement: