Apple’s Chief Design Officer Jony Ive is back in charge of the company’s product design teams, according to a Bloomberg report.
And that could mean really great things for the company’s future products.
In 2015, Ive, who was then senior vice president of design at Apple, was promoted to chief design officer. Richard Howarth and Alan Dye took over the teams for industrial design and user interface, respectively, and reported directly to CEO Tim Cook.
While Ive, no doubt, still played a role in shaping Apple’s new iPhones and MacBook Pros, his new position allowed him the freedom to work on other projects. Read more…
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