Attendees watch as the Archer Aviation Maker is unveiled on June 10, 2021 in Hawthorne, California.
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Michael Schwekutsch, a director of engineering in the Apple Special Projects Group that’s reportedly working on self-driving cars, has left to join electric air taxi start-up Archer as its senior VP of engineering. Schwekutsch noted the change on his LinkedIn page on Wednesday.
The move is the latest example of staff turnover in Apple‘s secretive car project. Former VP of special projects Doug Field left in September to lead Ford’s emerging technology efforts, a priority for the legacy automaker under its new Ford+ turnaround plan.
The move also…