Oct 31 2013, 6:02am CDT | by Ehsanul Haque Kanan
On Tueday, two new job posting were found on Apple’s website, which state that the company is looking for individuals for the transient engineering works, ultimately strengthening the tech giant’s possibility of working on transient options in Apple Maps.
According to Mac Rumors, the tech giant is seeking for a Maps Public Transient Engineering Manager and a Public software engineer, whose responsibility will be to enhance and develop the transient features of Apple Maps.
The job posting states “As a member of the Transit Routing team, you will work on one of the most anticipated features of Apple Maps. You will design and implement functionality that will be used by millions of users worldwide.”
Since the release of its in-house mapping system back in 2012, Apple faced a lot of criticism due to the absence of public transient information, accompanied by the lack of accuracy and other essential options, ultimately forcing Tim Cook, the CEO of the company, to apology the users with a letter.
This time, Apple is seemed to be very confident with the development of transient features of its Maps application. The company is also working hard to enhance the accuracy of the Apple Maps.
Ehsanul Haque Kanan
Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.
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