Earlier today, Apple launched a new feature called "Time to Walk" for the Apple Watch and Apple Fitness+ subscribers. As is par for the course with the launch of a new feature, Apple executives are offering up interviews to discuss the new and shiny thing.
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled a brand new subscription service called Fitness+. As the name suggests, it's all about health and fitness, and it launches later this fall.
The senior leadership at Apple aren't as young as they used to be. And now we know Apple is aware of this fact, and starting to develop some plans for the inevitable.
Recently, Apple made an announcement that Jony Ive, the company's longstanding design lead, was leaving the company. As a result, an executive shuffle took place and Jeff Williams found himself leadings the design charge at Apple.
Before the end of June, Apple announced that its long-standing design lead, Jony Ive, was on the way out. As a result, there was some shuffling done to the design team, including Jeff Williams (Apple's Chief Operating Officer) taking up the reigns to lead the charge.
Apple on Thursday announced that it has named long-time ops team member Sabih Khan senior vice president of Operations. The press release comes alongside the news that Jony Ive is leaving the company to start his own design firm and Jeff Williams, Apple's chief operating officer, will be spending more time in the design lab.
Jeff Williams, Apple's Chief Operating Officer under CEO Tim Cook since December 2015, made some interesting comments during his trip to Taipei for the 30th anniversary of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), Apple’s key chip-making partner.
Operations boss Jeff Williams is in Taipei today for the 30th anniversary of Apple's key semiconductor foundry partner, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), which fabricates the new A11 Bionic chip powering iPhone 8 and iPhone X.
Jeff Williams, Apple's Chief Operating Officer since December 2015, will reportedly take a previously scheduled trip to Taiwan later this month, where he is also expected to meet Terry Gou, the chairman of key iPhone X contract manufacturer Foxconn.
CBS has posted video of its Inside Apple interview conducted by 60 Minutes' Charlie Rose. The interview encompasses a wide range of subjects such as Apple's design studio activity, following Steve Jobs, the success of the Apple Watch, China, and much more.
True, most of the content consists of softball questions, and there's really nothing new to be gleaned here that we didn't already know. Still, it's a highly-calculated, yet nevertheless interesting, look inside Ive's design studio, Apple management meetings, and other behind-the-scenes clips. In other words, if you're a fan of Apple, it's basically must-see TV.
Apple today announced that it is promoting Jeff Williams to Chief Operating Officer. Williams has been the company's Vice President of Operations and served as Tim Cook's right-hand man during the latter's multi-year tenure as Apple's op-chief in the Steve Jobs era.
Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and the steward of its relationship with developers, will expand his role to include leadership of the App Stores across all Apple platforms.
Jeff Williams, Senior Vice President of Operations at Apple, recently had an interesting chat session with Re/code columnist Walt Mossberg at the annual Code Conference in which he briefly touched on the topic of the rumored Apple car project while offering his take on a wide range of topics such as Apple Watch sales, health, fitness and more.
A recap video was made immediately following the May 27 conference and now the publication has shared full video of the interview.