In a clear and evident sign that Liquidmetal materials will end up arriving on Apple Store shelves as finished products (and bigger than a paper clip, by the way) that Ma is interested in hiring people compared to working with amorphous metals.
There are three positions available: metal process development engineer, amorphous metal development manager and amorphous metal development engineer. These are positions that require, respectively, seven, ten and three years of experience or more in the production of consumer electronics. Two of the vacancies are described as “high visibility” and all consider them a plus Apple's experience with high aesthetic value parts, after all.
It's good to know that things are moving and that Jony Ive's team is, once again, interested in playing with new materials to produce gadgets and / or computers insanely great.