These hirings mark a growing trend at Apple who’s not hiding its TV content ambitions, with the Wall Street Journal recently reporting that the company is to spend $1 billion on Hollywood programming over the next year.
In what could be described as a shakeup to Apple’s vaunted design team, its longtime industrial designer Christopher Stringer has left the company.
He was with the iPhone maker for 21 years, as per a new article Monday by The Information.
About a year ago, Danny Coster, another member of Apple’s elite industrial design team, has left the firm for greener pastures at GoPro. The design team at Apple’s gone through multiple changes in the last two years as Jonathan Ive stepped back from running the team, with Richard Howarth taking over day-to-day management of the group.