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Apple continues to hire people for its editorial division in News

Apple News funciona: dirige hasta el 60% del tráfico en algunos artículos

Something big is brewing in Cupertino after the purchase of Texture, and the figures they have collected in Thinknum prove it. The number of job offers for the Apple News division has more than doubled during the summer of last year, which indicates that the team on that platform has grown a lot.

Apple continues to hire people for its editorial division in News
Apple continues to hire people for its editorial division in News

Moreover, if we focus those numbers on purely editorial job offers, we also see the same peak in summer and a fairly good average growth since then until today. Apple wants to be able to create more quality content and know how to select even better what ends up on the cover of Apple News.

We can see that increase in job offers in the two graphs that the source has shown:

In the case of editorial charges, remember that they can also be for what appears on the cover of the App Store or what may be the next iBooks Store. But anyway, among the job offers we can mention positions such as editor on politics, art, business editor, cultural editor… everything that is needed for Apple to have its own editorial office. Not to create their own newspaper, but to enrich their platforms and efficiently filter what comes from all the sources integrated in Apple News. Not to mention what that Texture catalogue can mean.

Whatever you do in the future, we won’t see it in Windows . One of the first steps Apple has taken with Texture is to close its official client for the Microsoft system (it will happen at the end of next month), leaving the service available for iOS and Android.

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