Oh, Apple… you can insist that the next Apple TV will receive only minor, internal updates, but I’m afraid your job offers give you away. Cupertino’s company is looking for engineers who can work on future functionality for Apple TV . What’s interesting is that this functionality has a “high priority”. We’re in a hurry to finish it, gentlemen.
The engineer who wants to apply for the position has to be a wizard of object-oriented programming and have extensive experience in iOS and OS X programming, as well as excellent group communication and team leadership skills to be able to “be on multiple high priority projects”. I find that these things are not usually required for a hobby .
If you are interested, the job involves moving to the Santa Clara Valley in California and is a forty-hour day. Recently there have been rumors about an upcoming event related to Apple TV news ( although they were quickly denied ), but it looks like, leaving aside the date of that event, Apple wants to make a jump into the salon market.