Sam Jadallah, head of Apple Home Services, has left the company.
As MacRumors reported, Jadallah announced his departure from Apple in a LinkedIn post last week. The executive said it was "a treat to be an entrepreneur at Apple and create scale products."
Prior to joining Apple, Jadallah worked at Microsoft and Otto, a smart lock company.
Jadallah announced his departure on LinkedIn, where he said it was "a treat to be an entrepreneur at Apple and create scale products." Based on some of his tweets, Jadallah worked on digital key-related projects, such as Apple iOS 15's recent effort to add HomeKit-enabled lock keys to the Wallet app.
Apple has hired Jadallah since 2019, and its hiring has made headlines because it was brought in from Microsoft to improve Apple's work on HomeKit-compatible devices. Jadallah previously worked at Microsoft and, before joining Apple, led the Otto luxury smart lock company.
Apple has slowly but surely developed its efforts at home. The company's most notable home product is most likely the Apple TV 4K and HomePod mini, Apple's small smart speaker that replaced the original and overpriced HomePod.
Most of Apple's other in-house efforts are software-based, such as the company's support for Thread and Matter in its HomeKit technologies.
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