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Apple recently decided to get behind the UK’s year of engineering by revealing its elite team of UK engineers, and introducing them to a group of school children.

The group of engineers has until now been kept relatively secret, as the organisation is renowned for not being transparent about the projects it is working on, or has plans to work on.

"Engineering touches every part of our lives and during the UK’s Year of Engineering we’re also delighted to be supporting efforts to inspire interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers,” Johny Srouji, Apple's senior vice president for hardware technologies told The Independent newspaper.

Much of Apple’s previous move into education have included the roll out of educational software to help children and adults learn to code programmes using cartoons, but it has done little with regards to engineering in the past.

The Government’s year of engineering is a campaign to promote engineering as part of the Government’s wider industrial strategy. It aims to improve awareness of engineering in schools and workplaces, and encourage people to consider engineering as a potential career path, as well as encouraging existing engineering businesses to form new partnerships to tackle difficult problems.

Apple is very much part of the year of engineering, but is far from the only one. Many other big names such as Dyson and the Science Museum.