Apple is in need of a little help to get the ball rolling for its 2014 release of the iWatch.
Apple’s Silicone Valley office is looking for new engineers outside of the company with hopes of fresh new realistic ideas to speed up and launch it’s newest member of the Apple family.
The release of the iWatch will mark the first brand new Apple product released since the death of former CEO Steve Jobs.
So far, Apple has applied for the iWatch trademark to be registered in Japan. They have hired outsider, Paul Deneve, the outgoing chief executive of fashion house Yves Saint Laurent, to work on “special projects.”
Some of Apple’s rivals, including Google and Samsung, are working on smart watches or similar devices which makes it even more of a priority for Apple to get the right people on their team fast.