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29 Jul, 2022
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Apple plans to expand its operations in Israel, adding a new development center in Jerusalem alongside its existing sites in Herzliya and Haifa.

Apple's HR is currently looking to hire Israeli engineers for the new center - the announcement came on LinkedIn on Wednesday in a Hebrew-language post.

The post says, the Jerusalem center will focus on processor developments for Mac computers. In late 2020, Israeli media reported that Apple’s Israeli teams were behind the M1 chips, Apple’s first chip developed and built in-house for desktops and laptops.

Apple opened its first Israeli site in Herzliya in 2015, after acquiring Israeli startup Anobit for some $390 million in 2012. Apple also bought Israeli 3D sensing company PrimeSense in 2013.