Apple Execs

Apple’s Director of Machine Learning Quits Over Company’s Return to Work Policy

According to The Verge's Zoë Schiffer (@ZoeSchiffer), Apple's director of machine learning (ML), Ian Goodfellow, has decided to part ways with the company due to its return to work policy. Apple employees across all disciplines demonstrated over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic that productivity and efficiency could both be achieved while working remotely. That being...

Apple Execs Discuss 2021 12.9″ iPad Pro, M1 Chip, and More [Interview]

In an exclusive interview with TechCrunch, Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Greg Joswiak and Senior Vice President of Hardware Engineering John Ternus discussed the new 2021 12.9” iPad Pro, as well the company’s unified processor strategy with the M1 chip. “We’ve always tried to have the best display,” says Ternus. “We’re going from...

Here’s What Apple Execs Do When Making a New Hire

Tech-industry analyst Michael Gartenberg from iMore, who has recently ended up working for three years for Apple as a senior director for product marketing, has shared the unique process of hiring Apple executives use once they have decided they want to work with you. Gartenberg explains on a recent podcast with The Mac Observer, that while he was...

Apple Execs Among the Most Influential People in Automotive Technology

The Drive online magazine has today published a report titled "The 10 most Influential People in Automotive Technology”, which includes two of Apple’s top executives i.e CEO Tim Cook and Chief Design Officer Jony Ive, as pointed out by PatentlyApple.  At the top of the list is John Krafcik, the head of Google's Self-Driving Cars, followed by the...