Apple has been looking to expand its software development and development services business since its purchase of Beats Electronics in February of 2016.
Apple is currently building software and services around the Beats line of headphones, but Apple has also said it wants to hire more software developers and other professionals in the future.
Apple’s first hires are expected to be people in the software and design teams who have worked on some of its most popular iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad, Mac OS X, and tvOS, as well as MacOS X.
These are some of the software developers who have previously worked on the Beats product line, including Steve Jobs, Dennis Woodside, and Craig Federighi.
These new hires will join Apple’s existing software development team, which is also said to be expanding.
Apple has hired several software developers over the years, including Craig Federithi, who was hired in January 2018.
Apple also has a number of developers who were previously employed with Beats Electronics.
Apple acquired Beats Electronics from Google for $3 billion in December 2016, and has since been looking for more software and development talent to work on its products.
Apple currently has 20 employees working on the software, but its new hires would be a large number of the company’s software developers.
Apple declined to comment on the hiring of these software developers, but it has said it is looking to hire “a few hundred” new software engineers in the near future.