Succession planning is reportedly in place to get in line those who will takeover from Tim Cook and other top Apple execs.
Apple’s COO Jeff Williams, Kevin Lynch, VP of Technology and Sumbul Desai, VP Health all sat down for an interview about heart health.
Apple will provide independent repair firms with the same resources it provides to Apple Authorized Service Providers.
Some employees have left Apple’s health team over the past year, and it seems they all have different visions of the future.
Writing for Bloomberg, Mark Gurman writes about Apple’s COO Jeff Williams and how he contributes to Apple’s culture.
Williams has distinguished himself as a modest, disciplined, demanding leader in the current CEO’s style. He’s negotiated with suppliers, shipped hundreds of millions of devices a year from Chinese factories to the rest of the globe, and been a bit more hands-on with product development than Cook, they say. Williams attends weekly reviews of product and industrial design progress, subsequently briefing Cook for a final signoff, and has been the lead executive shepherding the Apple Watch to market.
John Martellaro and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s engineering focus and the use case for the “new” iPod touch.
Recent events at and products from Apple suggest that there’s a re-emphasized focus on engineering. John suspects who’s behind it.
In surprising news, Apple just announced that Sir Jony Ive will leave the company later this year to start his own design company.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss opinions of Apple News and COO Jeff Williams’ comments on Apple pricing.
A judge in Germany ruled that one a patent infringement case brought by Qualcomm against Apple is groundless.
Apple redid its executive profiles using the upcoming Memoji feature in iOS 12 for iPhone X (and new iPhone models to be announced this fall), all as part of its World Emoji Day celebration/blitz.
Speaking at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s 30th anniversary celebration in Taipei, Mr. Williams said the world is “at an inflection point.”
Every corporation has a succession plan for its CEO, so what might Apple’s look like?