Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) is asking its employees to come into the office once every week. However, this demand has received pushback from its employees. The company hopes to incorporate a hybrid plan where workers would go into the office once a week by April 11, two days a week by May 2, and three days by May 23.
Some workers blame transit for their inability to go back to the office. Moreover, some studies have shown that most employees prefer working from home.
Meanwhile, Apple is holdings its Worldwide Developers Conference from June 6-10. The company will also hold an in-person event on January 6 at Apple Park. Apple will soon release information on how interested parties could apply.
Apple will require customers to subscribe to hardware
Apple recently announced that it would require its users to subscribe to hardware. This system will let users lease their devices and pay for different models each year. It would also earn the company more money.
While the company releases a new iPhone model each year, not all its users buy them. The reason is that most people won’t replace their phones unless they need to. For this reason, making customers subscribe to its devices ensures Apple makes more money.
However, this news doesn’t only benefit the company. The system would enable customers to upgrade their phones more frequently without spending significantly on one purchase.
Apple has past connections with Hollywood
After CODA won an Oscar for Best Picture, Apple TV+ has been thrust into the spotlight. Many people are interested in the company’s success in the movie industry. However, what most don’t know is that this isn’t the first time Apple has had connections with Hollywood.
In the 89s, Apple would use its connections with people in Hollywood to its products on T.V. The company also tried to help studio-based labs to make content that was more interactive by selling Macs to them.
In addition, Steve Jobs was always known to have connections in Hollywood. At one point, Jobs was friends with Akio Morito, the founder of Sony. Morito also seemed fascinated with Hollywood and would buy a media company.
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