Apple's reportedly hemorrhaging people across Health, iCloud, and AI teams
What you need to know
- Apple is reportedly losing a "notable" number of people from three of its most important teams.
- Health, iCloud, and AI teams are reportedly losing people, including some big names.
Apple is reportedly seeing people leave from three of its most important teams at a "notable" rate, with Health, iCloud, and AI all losing bodies.
According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, writing for his weekly Power On newsletter, Apple has also lost a couple of big names to Google and a university.
The reasons for this aren't clear, although it's impossible not to wonder how much of the current churn is related to Apple's stance on allowing people to work from home. The company continues to stand by its hybrid work model, allowing people to work outside of the office two days per week. Employees want more, and it's possible some engineers are keen to take the opportunity of remote work elsewhere.
That's a potential reason that Gurman himself believes could be in play.
While we don't know exactly how many people have moved on and from which specific teams, it's clearly enough people to draw attention from those around them.
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