Jony Ive

Jony Ive gave almost three decades of his life and work to Apple. Now it seems that his departure is finally official, as he no longer exists on Apple’s leadership page.

This can be called the end of an era for Apple. Jony Ive had led Apple’s design team since 1996. He was then promoted to be Chief Design Officer in 2015. He was responsible for the design of the iPhones, Macs, Apple Watches, and more. However, Apple announced in June that Ive was going to leave the company to start his own design company named LoveFrom. Apple may still be one of Ive’s primary clients, or that’s what they said. Now, operations chief Jeff Williams will be working with the design team in their studio, and vice presidents of Industrial Design and Human Interface design will now report directly to Williams, as part of the transition.

Source: MacRumors

Via: Apple 

You May Also Like
Samsung’s new Exynos 880 SoC brings 5G to mid-range smartphones
Samsung is yet to announce in-house smartphones that will employ the Exynos 880 chip.
Facebook’s new CatchUp app allows voice calls with up to eight people
The CatchUp app from Facebook’s NPE division only allows voice calls, but it is currently being tested in the US for a limited time on Android and iOS.
There is already a jailbreak out there for the freshly released iOS 13.5
The iOS 13.5 jailbreak doesn’t have any adverse impact on battery life, and neither does it prevent the usage of services such as Apple Pay.