Interestingly, this is already the second top manager who left Apple for a company associated with the auto industry. In September, it was Doug Field, who coordinated Apple’s electric car project. The man now works for Ford.
Apple itself is also actively enticing specialists. She recently hired Christopher Moore, a self-driving electric vehicle specialist and former Tesla engineer. At the same time, the company from Cupertino has not officially announced its own electric car. However, after the publication of rumors that the Apple machine may not get the steering wheel, the company’s shares rose. Many are already confident that the iPhone maker will release a drone.