MacRumors has learned that Apple is introducing two all-new Apple Store positions named Lead and Schedule Planner. Apple today informed existing retail employees that applications open Monday, July 24, although it appears that select stores started interviewing candidates as early as a few weeks ago.
Apple says the Lead position will give team members the chance to learn the ins and outs of running an Apple Store firsthand. The majority of a Lead’s time will be spent as the Support Leader on the Floor, r…
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President Donald Trump announced via Twitter on Wednesday that he has chosen a new FBI director. Trump says he’s nominating Christopher A. Wray for the position. He described Wray as “a man of impeccable credentials.” From a report: Donald Trump says he is nominating lawyer Christopher A Wray who served under George W Bush. Wray more recently represented the New Jersey governor, Chris Christie, during the investigation into the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case, in which two of Christie’s former aides were convicted of plotting to close lanes of the bridge to punish a Democratic mayor who wouldn’t endorse the governor. Christie, who has informally advised the president, was not char…
OnePlus In Partnership With DxO Focuses To Enhace Camera; OnePlus 5 Might Not Have 3.5 mm Headphone Jack; OnePlus Follows Apple’s Lead?
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus is expected to make huge changes with its flagship phone this year. A lot of people have been patiently waiting for the OnePlus 5 because it will surely sport some impressive features and it comes with a very …
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Apple has reportedly followed the FTC’s lead and is suing Qualcomm for $ 1 billion, claiming the company charged onerous royalties for its patented tech and that Qualcomm sought to punish Apple for working with Korean regulators.
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