As Apple continues its hiring spree, one new job posting is not like the others: an iCup technician.
Although this may sound like a fancy title for a new web-connected athletic protective wear or smart home coffee concept, the listing is for "someone to brew coffee to all Apple employees within their department."
We're mostly tickled by the fact that the title is true to the company's "i"-name branding:iPhone, iPad and so on.
The search for an iCup technician comes as Apple reportedly hired a team of experts and researchers to ramp up Siri's next-generation software and its wearables division.
The job description, which was first spotted by Time, was posted on June 28. It notes the technician will work out of its Santa Clara Valley, California, offices; job requirements include the ability to fix coffee machines and make deliveries — but applicants must also have "some computer skills."