Apple Hires Another Veteran of Technological Media: Anand Shimpi, Founder of AnandTech

The founder and editor-in-Chief of AnandTech, Anand Lal Shimpi, last night announced its decision to withdraw from technology journalists, leaving Ryan Smith in charge of which is certainly one means of reference on hardware. At just 32 years old and after having spent the last 18 to shred processors and graphics beyond the specifications provided by manufacturers, Shimpi did not give any reason for this decision, but just a few hours later, Re/code us out of doubt: Shimpi goes to work for Apple.

An Apple representative confirmed that the company has hired Shimpi, although at the moment they have not provided more details in this regard. In his farewell from AnandTech, this just graduated in computer engineering was dedicated a few lines to what the future holds. “I will not remain inactive forever. (Hay un monton de retos ahi fuera:) ”

It is not the first time that the company is approaching the technological media heavyweights

It is not the first time that the company is approaching the technological media heavyweights. Earlier this year another expert from AnandTech, Brian Klug, He joined Apple to work on the development of processors for mobile devices. A year ago, Michael Gartenberg, one of the leading analysts of Gartner and a regular contributor to publications such as Macworld, Computerworld and SlashGear, Engadget, also accepted a post under orders from Phil Schiller, Vice President of worldwide marketing for Apple products.

Gartenberg was considered as one of the ten most influential analysts the blogosphere and the signing of Anand Shimpi, it’s clear that Apple knows to surround himself with the right people. We wish you good luck in this new adventure.


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