Famous for drawing incredibly high profits, the Apple brand has become synonymous with high-tech gadgets. For job-searchers, Apple is also considered to be one of the most exciting and challenging places to work at.
However, a good job does not come easy, which can be seen from the varied kinds of questions that Apple asks from prospective employees. Ranging from complicated problems to simple but vague logic, any question can come up.
Here are some questions asked during Apple interviews:
Question: 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?
Question: Explain to an 8 year old what a modem/router is and its functions?
Question: How many children are born every day?
Question: You have a 100 coins laying flat on a table, each with a head side and a tail side. 10 of them are heads up, 90 are tails up. You can't feel, see or in any other way find out which side is up. Split the coins into two piles such that there are the same number of heads in each pile.
Question: There are three boxes, one contains only apples, one contains only oranges, and one contains both apples and oranges. The boxes have been incorrectly labeled 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?
Question: How would you breakdown the cost of this pen?
Question: 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?
Question: Why did Apple change its name from Apple Computers Incorporated to Apple Inc?
Question: 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, tails,...
NEWS WORLD INDIA | May 29 , 2017