One developer's decided to pay a creative tribute to Steve Jobs on the tenth anniversary of his passing by turning a vintage iMac G4 all-in-one desktop into a modern Apple silicon system.
It has been more than two years since Sir Jony Ive, one of Apple's legendary designers, left the company. That movement led Ive to start his own design firm, and, since, has made some major accomplishments in his own right. But one of the brightest elements of Sir Jony Ive's legacy is the close relationship he had with Steve Jobs, the co-founder former CEO of Apple. And today, the former Apple chief design officer, has reflected on that relationship.
Apple has been around for a long time. 45 years as of today, in fact! Over that time, the company has made a wide range of products, some of which have forced entire industries to evolve. But, for Tim Cook, this anniversary is a means to rededicate the team at Apple to a more important role.
Netflix gets teased a lot for having a lot of content, but "nothing to watch". And some of its originals are panned for, well, not being that great. That isn't to say Netflix hasn't had some successes -- it definitely has. And the streaming service dominates the space right now. So of course Apple should have purchased it years ago.
Joel Podolny is the vice president and dean of Apple University, and he's just published an in-depth look at Apple's organizational structure.
Yesterday, a handful of CEOs that compromise "Big Tech" testified as part of a probe into antitrust behavior. Now, thanks to Congress, emails released to the government as part of that investigation are coming to light and revealing some interesting things.
As iDownloadBlog reported this morning, Hollywood studios are starting to experiment with releasing some films early digitally as theaters remain closed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The studios breaking their traditional theatrical window is major news, but Steve Jobs actually predicted digital home premiere of flicks still in theaters... well, a decade ago.
After a bit of back-and-forth throughout 2018, Jimmy Iovine -- co-founder of Apple Music and a legendary record producer -- eventually did leave Apple. And now he's shedding some light on what he helped build at Apple, the company's co-founder, and more in a new interview.
Phil Schiller is a powerful presence at Apple, and has been for years, so it's not surprising the company's head of marketing has some insight into the development of the original iPad.
In the near future, Disney's CEO, Bob Iger, is going to have a book published that details his life as chief executive of one of the biggest companies in the world for over a decade.
Apple's content and services chief Eddy Cue sat down with The Times in London, addressing the rumor that he sometimes falls asleep at executive meetings. In addition, the executive has discussed other topics of interest, including the upcoming video-streaming service Apple TV+, Netflix competition, Steve Jobs' stance on privacy and more.
Earlier this year, Apple officially announced the Apple Card -- a brand new credit card built in cooperation with Goldman Sachs. But Apple's goal of launching a credit card with the company's logo on it dates back several years. Way back to 2004, it turns out.