Apple is credited with interest in the project of Boeing, providing for the launch of more than 1000 low-orbit satellites
According to the source, Apple has shown a sign of interest in the Boeing project, involving the launch of more than 1000 low-orbit satellites. These satellites will be used for broadband connection to the WAN.
John Fenwick (John Fenwick), formerly head of the space project at Google, and Michael Tree (Michael Trela), led by Google, in the development of satellites, have left their positions to go work at Apple. Representatives for Apple and Google declined to comment on the news.
The informant told Bloomberg that Boeing was discussing with Apple the possibility of participation in the above project as an investor. What the outcome of the negotiations is unknown, but it is easy to assume in which direction hopes to increase its activities Apple with new managerial personnel.