The interview questions to get a job at the global, dominating technology brand, Apple, are revealed...

So what does it take to be an ‘Apple’ employee?

So what does it take to be an ‘Apple’ employee?

The interview questions to get a job at the global, dominating technology brand, Apple, are revealed… It’s now just a case of answering correctly to score a place under the umbrella of the giant corporation.

A good chunk of the experiences customers have had when entering an Apple Store have been positive, with the staff being most helpful in all situations. It is fair to say that the Apple employees in the most of stores are clued up about everything Apple, and what it stands for. The interview questions focus away from the retail positions, however, with questions to determine jobs of those who really dream of delving into the depths of the company’s creativity.

A selection of the revealed Apple interview questions: 

“If you have 2 eggs, and you want to figure out what’s the highest floor from which you can drop the egg without breaking it, how would you do it? What’s the optimal solution?” — Software Engineer candidate

“Explain to an 8 year old what a modem/router is and its functions.” — At-Home Advisor candidate

“How many children are born every day?” — Global Supply Manager candidate

“There are three boxes, one contains only apples, one contains only oranges, and one contains both apples and oranges. The boxes have been incorrectly labelled such that no label identifies the actual contents of the box it labels. Opening just one box, and without looking in the box, you take out one piece of fruit. By looking at the fruit, how can you immediately label all of the boxes correctly?” — Software QA Engineer candidate

“How would you breakdown the cost of this pen?” — Global Supply Manager candidate

“Are you smart?” — Build Engineer candidate

“You put a glass of water on a record turntable and begin slowly increasing the speed. What happens first — does the glass slide off, tip over, or does the water splash out?” — Mechanical Engineer candidate

“Are you creative? What’s something creative that you can think of?” — Software Engineer candidate

“You seem pretty positive, what types of things bring you down?” — Family Room Specialist candidate

“If you’re given a jar with a mix of fair and unfair coins, and you pull one out and flip it 3 times, and get the specific sequence heads heads tails, what are the chances that you pulled out a fair or an unfair coin?” — Lead Analyst candidate

“What was your best day in the last 4 years? What was your worst?” — Engineering Project Manager candidate

“How would you test a toaster?” — Software QA Engineer candidate