Apple's tightly-knit Industrial Design group led by Chief Design Officer Jony Ive has seen its fair share of notable departures in the past few years to the point where almost no one remains from the original team that began to turn around Apple's fortunes at the turn of the century.
Much ado has been made about a Wall Street Journal report on three core members of Apple's small industrial design team planning to depart Cupertino, taking with them nearly 50 years of combined experience in thinking up shiny gadgets.
Not only pundits, but big media outlets such as Bloomberg and WSJ have been pushing the narrative that the “bad news is piling up for Apple” due to production cuts, supplier woes, the end of unit sales reporting and so forth. If you read those stories, all that writers seem to be obsessed with are things like unit sales, billions in revenue, margins and stuff like that.
Apple's Jony Ive yesterday delivered his Stephen Hawking Fellowship lecture at the Cambridge Union Society as part of winning its Stephen Hawking Fellowship award in September.
Like he did almost five years ago, Apple's renowned Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ive has once again lent his magic touch to a new Sotheby’s auction to collect funds for (RED), a charity that raises money to fight HIV and AIDS in Africa.
Apple's Design Chief Officer Sir Jony Ive (he was knighted in 2006 for his “services to the design industry”) on Thursday was awarded the 2018 Stephen Hawking Fellowship by the Cambridge Union Society for his technology designs.
Jony Ive has retaken day-to-day management of Apple's world-class design teams after two years. The news was first shared by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman in a Friday tweet.
Jony Ive, Apple's Chief Design Officer, isn't fond of Apple rumor stories.
Apple's Chief Design Officer Jony Ive is scheduled to make an appearance at the Hirshorn Museum in Washington D.C. next Wednesday, November 29 at 3pm local time to hold a talk titled “The Future of Design” with Steve Jobs biography author Rick Tetzeli.
Jony Ive, Apple's boss of all design across the company, and hardware engineering boss Dan Riccio sat down with TIME on Thursday to defend the controversial decision to ditch the familiar Home button in favor of touchscreen gestures on iPhone X.
Apple spent more than two years developing its upcoming iPhone X flagship, the company's Chief Design Officer Jony Ive said in a brief interview with Japanese design magazine Casa Brutus published Tuesday.
Jony Ive, 50, Apple's Chief Design Officer in charge of all design efforts across the company, sat down with The Wall Street Journal's Christina Passariello to discuss the company's massive new campus, called Apple Park, and other topics of interest.