Swedish news service Rapidus has revealed that Apple is to open an office at the Mobile Heights Center in Lund, Sweden. This is the third expansion by the electronics giant in Southern Sweden.
Over the past several years, the company has also purchased two IT and mobile companies, namely Malmö-based Polar Rose and Algotrim.
The exact purpose of the new Apple office is still unclear, but Rapidus claims the location has a ten-person capacity and will be used for “development”.
The Mobile Heights Center in Lund was inaugurated this October. The plan is to create an incubator environment for new mobile tech start-ups, on the very same premises that Sony Mobile left earlier this year.