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Tesla CEO walks back trash talk on Twitter; Apple 'a great company'

10/09, 8:00pm

Half-praises Apple Watch as 'beautiful' but 'not compelling'

Like others recently, Tesla CEO Elon Musk felt compelled to walk back some harsh comments about Apple (which may -- or may not -- be a future competitor in electric vehicles) when critics pointed out that his comments were inaccurate. Musk appeared to be trying to unruffle feathers from Apple employees as well as executives with whom he has a relationship -- he and Apple's VP of Design Sir Jonathan Ive have been seen talking on a few occasions -- but may not have been successful.


Cook, Ive, Iovine speak out at different public events

10/08, 2:08pm

CEO accepts HRC award, Ive and Iovine speak at Vanity Fair conference

Three recent appearances by leading Apple executives have provided further insight into their views on a variety of topics, ranging from Tim Cook's desire to be a role model to Sir Jonathan Ive's remembrances of Steve Jobs to music executive Jimmy Iovine's dislike of "freemium" music services. Ive and Iovine were interviewed as part of a conference hosted by Vanity Fair, while Cook was honored by the Human Rights Campaign last week for his position as a role model for LGBT youth as well as his efforts to promote diversity and equality in general.


Cook to return to WSJ:D, Ive talks Hermes collaboration

09/11, 8:05pm

Apple's top two executives use press to promote latest products

Following on the heels of a planned appearance at cloud storage company Box's BoxWorks conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook will also return as a guest speaker at the mid-October WJD.D Live conference in Laguna Beach, California. While Cook's specific day and time have not yet been announced, he will likely again be the subject of a Q&A session as he was last year with Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Gerry Baker. Meanwhile, Apple Design Chief Sir Jonathan Ive has given an interview to the WSJ with Hermés Artistic Director Pierre-Alexis Dumas over the two companies' new Apple Watch collaboration.


Briefly: Ive and Iovine, Intel's Skylake, healthiest mobile users

08/29, 4:16pm

Both among tech and entertainment names to be interviewed

Among the list of speakers coming to the New Establishment Summit hosted by Vanity Fair in October will be Apple's Chief Design Officer Sir Jonathan Ive, making a second appearance at the event. He will be joined in Apple representation by Beats co-founder and Apple music executive Jimmy Iovine, though it is unclear if the two will appear together. The event will run October 5–7 at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco.


Ive, Newson talk Apple Watch, modern craftsmanship at conference

04/25, 4:35pm

Designer pair speak at luxury conference, but make case for mass-market quality

Apple SVP of Design Sir Jonathan Ive and fellow designer Marc Newson appeared at the first Conde Nast International Luxury Conference in Florence, Italy on Wednesday and gave an interview to International Vogue editor Suzy Menkes, during which they reiterated the standard speaking points on Apple's overall design philosophy and missing, but also discussed the Apple Watch in the context of the strata of the luxury market, and the meaning of craftsmanship in the 21st century.


New Apple Watch bands revealed by Ive, Newson at Milan showcase

04/20, 8:02am

Unannounced folding UK charger shown by athlete and Ive friend Will Carling

As reported previously, a few Apple executives and designer were in Milan this weekend to show off the Apple Watch, including Sir Jonathan Ive and designer Marc Newson, as well as SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller. Photos from the event, and a post from a friend of Ive's, confirm that a number of unannounced Sport Band colors were on display at the Salone del Mobile design event. A number of notable VIPs also received Apple Watches as gifts.


Time names Tim Cook to list of 100 most influential people

04/16, 1:08pm

Apple CEO profiled by civil rights leader John Lewis; Ive profiles Airbnb CEO

Time magazine has named Apple CEO Tim Cook as one of the "100 Most Influential People," saying that his work at Apple proves "that even the most successful companies can and should be judged by more than just their bottom line." The profile on Cook was written by long-time civil rights activist and congressman John Lewis, while Apple SVP of Design Sir Jonathan Ive was tapped to write a profile of Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky in the same article.


Apple Watch: Italian appearance, first sales stats, scratch test

04/15, 7:15am

New device to make rare non-Apple appearance at Milan exhibition

While nobody who sees it will be able to get one before next month at the absolute earliest, the Apple Watch will be exhibited in a rare non-Apple appearance at the furniture-oriented Salone del Mobile fair in Milan, Italy, in a special event celebrating design and art on April 17. The event has a history of spotlighting outstanding design, and attracts designers from around the world. Sir Jonathan Ive, the leader of the team that designed the Apple Watch, will be in attendance.


Apple Watch: Ive, Cook meet the press; first joke iWatch app developed

03/06, 4:41pm

Product debut build-up resulting in rare access to CEO and design chief

A new interview with Apple design head Sir Jonathan Ive and recent remarks by CEO Tim Cook are shedding some light (and building up hype) for both the Apple Watch and the current outlook of the company and the men who run it. Ive, in an interview with London's Financial Times, explains the rationale behind the development of the Apple Watch, while Cook expanded on his view on privacy, and Apple's industry leadership. In other news, a forthcoming Apple Watch app has already set the bar to a new low.


Apple Watch a tougher project than iPhone, says designer Ive

10/31, 1:51pm

Wearables create 'expectations of choice'

The Apple Watch has been a tougher product to design than the iPhone, according to Apple's lead designer, Sir Jonathan Ive. "Even though Apple Watch does so many things, there are cultural, historical implications and expectations," he said last night while accepting the 2014 Bay Area Treasure Award from San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art. "That's why it's been such a difficult and humbling program ... As soon as something is worn, we have expectations of choice." Ive joked that only "in prison" do people wear the same exact thing.


Newson confirms Apple job is part-time, working on special projects

10/01, 9:22pm

Designer will remain based in UK, lead his own company

Designer Marc Newson, recently hired to join Sir Jonathan Ive's design team at Apple, has confirmed in a new interview that his work with the iconic iPhone maker is part-time, and that he will continue to run his own design company and operate out of the UK -- confirming rumors that Newson would only be called to California on occasion. "My role at Apple doesn't necessitate all of my time, and that was for very specific reasons," he said, but couldn't elaborate on what he was working on for Apple.


Colette event gives public behind-glass glimpse at Apple Watch

09/30, 10:49am

Jonathan Ive, Marc Newson among celebrities present

Today's Apple Watch event at Colette mostly involved units running on demo loop behind locked glass, visitors say. Members of the press are being allowed to wear the product, but even then, the hardware is still running on loop. Apple is also declining to provide any more information on specifications, pricing, or a launch date.


Ive says Apple Watch dates back three years, a 'difficult' project

09/17, 3:25pm

Williams says holiday launch was possible, but bad idea

A new interview with CEO Tim Cook, lead designer Jonathan Ive, and Operations head Jeff Williams sheds some light on the development of the Apple Watch. Ive remarks that Apple first began working on the project about three years ago, and calls it "probably one of the most difficult projects I have ever worked on." The company delved into an extreme amount of research, going so far as to invite watch historians to speak at its Cupertino headquarters. "What was interesting is that it [watches] took centuries to find the wrist, and then it didn't go anywhere else," Ive says. "I would argue the wrist is the right place for the technology."


Apple hires designer Marc Newson to join Ive at Apple Design Group

09/05, 6:17pm

Duo have collaborated previously; Newson will remain based in UK

In a move that could be setting the stage for Ive's future successor, Apple on Friday confirmed that it had hired prominent industrial designer Marc Newson, a close friend and occasional collaborator to Sir Jonathan Ive, to join Ive's design team in an unspecified capacity, reports Vanity Fair. Newson, who recently co-designed a number of one-off Product (RED) items for auction with Ive, said he was "enormously proud" to join the team, though he will primarily remain based in the UK.


Report claims Apple's Jonathan Ive talked up iWatch [u]

09/04, 9:50am

Designer claims device means Swiss watch industry is in trouble

(Corrected for proper focus) Apple designer Jonathan Ive is -- privately -- talking up the iWatch, according to a new report. "According to a designer who works at Apple, Jonathan Ive, Apple's design chief, is bragging about how cool he thought the iWatch was shaping up to be, gleefully said Switzerland is in trouble -- though he chose a much bolder term for 'trouble' to express how he thought the watchmaking nation might be in a tough predicament when Apple's watch comes out," writes the New York Times. Apple has yet to formally reveal the iWatch, and typically refuses to confirm or deny unannounced products beyond saying that a particular category might be of interest.


Kobe Bryant confirms meeting with Apple designer Jonathan Ive

07/22, 12:12pm

Says meeting involved company's product creation process

In a new TV interview, LA Lakers player Kobe Bryant confirms that he did recently meet with Apple design head Jonathan Ive. Talking with Bloomberg, though, Bryant makes no mention of the iWatch or other future Apple products. Instead he says that he has been talking to leaders across industries to learn more about the product creation process, since he is moving into business as he comes to the end of his basketball career.


Bono remarks taken out of context, (RED) protests

06/26, 1:59am

Charity thanks Cook, Jobs, Apple for long relationship, $75M contribution

Media reports have mischaracterized U2 lead singer and (Product) RED founder Bono's recent comments that appear to call Apple to task over its "modesty run amok" approach to the iPhone makers (RED)-branded offerings, the charity has protested in a new blog post. Video of the meeting at the Cannes Lion festival between Bono and Apple SVP of Design Sir Jonathan Ive would appear to support the foundation's explanation that Bono's remarks represented "faux outrage" and were intended to poke fun at Apple's modesty about the partnership.


Bono reveals arguments with Apple, Jobs over (Product) RED branding

06/23, 2:57pm

Bono says current Apple products still hide RED logo

U2 frontman/(Product) RED creator Bono squared off with former Apple CEO Steve Jobs about RED branding, a Cannes interview (below) reveals. Some proceeds from RED-branded products go toward the Global Fund, a charity that combats AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis, particularly in Africa. Bono notes however that when Apple was first entering the program, Jobs wanted to remove the parentheses to stop anything from "interfering with the logo." After some time to sleep on the idea, Jobs partially conceded, but still blocked parentheses from being used in Apple Stores.


Apple design head Jonathan Ive to be interviewed at Cannes

06/05, 12:43pm

Topic to be (RED) designs

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has announced an interview of U2 frontman Bono and lead Apple designer Jonathan Ive on June 21st. Bono is due to receive the first-ever LionHeart award at the festival for his (RED) charity, and so he and Ive will be interviewed about their collaboration on (RED) products. The interview is due to last 45 minutes; it's not clear if people will be able to watch the interview online later.


LA Lakers' Kobe Bryant seen on Apple's Cupertino campus

05/16, 9:43am

Bryant reportedly met with Jonathan Ive's design team

Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant was spotted with his wife Vanessa yesterday at Apple's Cupertino headquarters, a photo from an anonymous source reveals. The source of the photo also claims that the couple met with Apple's lead designer, Jonathan Ive; rumors hint that the topic was about upcoming products. Either assertion is difficult to verify, but it's relatively rare for celebrities to be seen at Apple's campus, suggesting that Bryant wasn't there on a casual visit.


Leaked Apple video promotes design of Campus 2 building

04/21, 4:27pm

Shows brief glimpse of interior design

A newly-leaked video -- strongly believed to have been produced by Apple -- promotes the design of Apple's upcoming Campus 2 building in Cupertino. The clip (below) features interviews with key members of the project, such as architects and arborists, as well as shots of lead Apple designer Jonathan Ive, and archival footage of company co-founder Steve Jobs. Jobs' presentation to the Cupertino city council about the building was one of his last public appearances.


Core iOS creator said to be leaving Apple after row with Jonathan Ive

04/09, 4:04pm

Could have significant impact on iOS 9 and beyond

Apple's Human Interface VP, Greg Christie, will soon leave the company following a conflict with design lead Jonathan Ive, sources say. Ive assumed control of both hardware and software interface design after iOS head Scott Forstall was forced out. Until this week, however, Christie was more directly responsible for Apple software design, and is credited not only with helping to invent the iOS interface -- including patented concepts like slide-to-unlock -- but influencing the direction of app design via his WWDC presentations.


Jonathan Ive talks Apple design process, calls iPhone rivals 'theft'

03/17, 12:52pm

Core design team up to 15 people

In an interview published in London's Sunday Times, Apple's lead designer, Jonathan Ive, reveals some details of the company's design process, and his opinions on the state of his craft. He explains that he currently heads a team of "about 15" designers from the US, the UK, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. Most of these people are said to have worked together for 15 to 20 years.


Jonathan Ive temporarily disappears from list of Apple executives

02/17, 9:27am

Reason for brief gap unexplained

The profile for Apple's senior VP of design, Jonathan Ive, briefly disappeared from the company's executive bios webpage earlier on Monday, reports note. The page has since returned without changes, making it unclear why it was pulled in the first place. Even while it was gone from the official list, a direct link to the profile continued to work.


Jonathan Ive, Marc Newson appear on Charlie Rose

11/22, 9:55am

Pair talk (Product) RED designs

Apple's lead designer, Jonathan Ive, is interviewed along with fellow designer Marc Newson on the latest episode of the Charlie Rose Show on PBS. The show aired last night in some parts of the US, but is only scheduled for 11PM Eastern tonight in others. It has also yet to become available on the Charlie Rose website, although Bloomberg has a short clip (below).


Aluminum desk designed by Ive, Newson revealed ahead of RED auction

10/11, 7:53am

Machined aluminum desk an original, not based on an existing product

Another object co-designed by Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive has appeared ahead of a charity auction, but rather than a gadget, this time it is furniture. The (RED) Desk by Jony Ive and Marc Newson will, like the one-off Leica M Rangefinder designed by the duo, will be auctioned off by Sotheby's in New York on November 23rd for the Product (RED) charity, with proceeds set to be used to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria in Africa.


Jonathan Ive, Marc Newson talk design in new interview

10/10, 3:39pm

Ive comments on level of effort involved in iPhone

Designers Jonathan Ive and Marc Newson talk about their trade in a new issue of Vanity Fair. The pair were recently involved in selecting or designing over 40 objects -- such as a custom Leica M camera -- for an upcoming auction benefiting Bono's Product (RED) charity. "We are both fanatical in terms of care and attention to things people don't see immediately," says Ive, better known as Apple's senior VP of design. "It's like finishing the back of a drawer. Nobody's going to see it, but you do it anyway. Products are a form of communication they demonstrate your value system, what you care about."


Leica camera designed by Ive to be auctioned November 23

10/08, 7:51pm

One-off design will raise money for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Maleria relief

Pictures of the one-off Leica M Rangefinder special edition co-designed by Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive and Marc Newson have surfaced, revealing a unsurprisingly elegant yet sparse design with a Dieter Rams-inspired off-white and aluminum design that would fit right in with Apple's products. The camera will be auctioned off on November 23 for Product (RED) and includes a 50mm 2 Summicron lens. Proceeds will be used to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria outbreaks in Africa.


Apple's Jonathan Ive collaborates on gold EarPods for charity

09/09, 3:43pm

Auction proceeds to go towards fighting disease

Apple's senior VP of design, Jonathan Ive, has collaborated with U2's Bono and industrial designer Marc Newson on a special set of EarPods for a charity auction. The set is plated in 18-karat solid rose gold, and will offered as part of the (RED) Auction, meant to benefit the Global Fund to fight AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis.


Tim Cook: Jony Ive key to iOS 7 design; platform to 'open up' more

05/28, 11:49pm

CEO dismisses Android customizability

Speaking at All Things D's D11 conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook has credited the company's senior vice president of industrial design, Jonathan Ive, with helping drive iOS development. Although Ive is better known for his work on physical hardware, Cook acknowledges that the designer has played a "key" role in the design process for iOS 7 by blending hardware, software and services.


iOS 7 to get 'dramatic changes' to Mail, Calendar apps, say sources

05/01, 10:28am

Development behind schedule

Sources for Bloomberg are backing claims that lead Apple designer Jonathan Ive is engaging in a major design overhaul for iOS 7. As has been reported previously, the sources say that Ive is avoiding the skeuomorphism favored by former iOS head Scott Forstall, for example ditching the shelving metaphor used by Newsstand. He is also allegedly pursuing "dramatic changes" to the Mail and Calendar apps, though what that means is unclear.


Jonathan Ive makes 2013 Time 100 list

04/18, 12:05pm

Tribute written by U2's Bono

Apple's lead designer, Sir Jonathan Ive, is one of the featured people in a newly-published Time 100 list for 2013. The tribute paragraph is written by U2 frontman Bono. "Jony Ive is himself classic Apple. Brushed steel, polished glass hardware, complicated software honed to simplicity. His genius is not just his ability to see what others cannot but also how he applies it. To watch him with his workmates in the holy of holies, Apples design lab, or on a night out is to observe a very rare esprit de corps. They love their boss, and he loves them," the text begins.


iOS 7 a 'system-wide UI overhaul,' suffering delays

04/03, 9:42am

Engineers being pulled off OS X 10.9 to help, report claims

iOS 7 represents a "rather significant system-wide UI overhaul," Daring Fireball's John Gruber claims to have learned. The blogger also says he has heard the same thing as Rene Ritchie, who alleges that "[Apple lead designer Jonathan] Ive's work is apparently making many people really happy, but will also apparently make rich-texture-loving designers sad." Engineers allowed to have the OS on their iPhones are even rumored to be using polarizing filters to make it harder for passers-by to see the interface changes.


Report: Ive working with software teams, pushing new designs

03/22, 1:30am

Progress made from standoffs with former iOS head Forstall

Following his promotion to head of both hardware and software design at Apple, Sir Jonathan Ive is said to be regularly meeting with Human Interface head Greg Christie and the mobile software teams and is said to be favoring a more cohesive "flat" design for the overall look of the next generation of Mac and iOS software. Ive's efforts will likely be seen in the next major revisions of the two operating systems, and are not expected en masseanytime soon -- but subtle hints of change in the air can be seen even now.


Apple 'iWatch' could be out by end of 2013

03/04, 9:54am

Jonathan Ive said to have long interest in watch technology

Apple is hoping to launch its planned smartwatch by the end of 2013, says Bloomberg, elaborating on information it received from sources last month. The sources also indicate that some of the specific features Apple is considering are making phone calls, seeing the identity of incoming callers, and checking map position. It might also build in some health tracking technology, such as a pedometer and a heartrate monitor.


Apple designer Ive talks about design, naming, more

02/20, 3:05pm

Full interview for BBC show 'Blue Peter' now available

Sir Jonathan Ive, the head of design at Apple and the recent winner of an honor from UK children's television institution Blue Peter gave the program a rare look inside his work area, along with a brief interview that points out how carefully the designer thinks about every aspect of a design question. Also included in the video, which has now made its way to YouTube, is a rare look at an aluminum molding machine in Ive's lab, and some product designs from viewers.


Jonathan Ive gets gold Blue Peter badge from BBC

02/15, 10:23am

Children's show award relatively rare

BBC TV show Blue Peter has awarded the show's gold badge to lead Apple designer Jonathan Ive. Although from a children's show, the gold badge is nevertheless rare, having only been given out to about 1,000 people since the show went on the air in 1958. Some past winners have included soccer star David Beckham and Harry Potter author JK Rowling.


Apple wins rights to iPod classic, Newsstand icon designs

02/12, 10:40am

iPod credited in part to Jonathan Ive

Apple has won two new design trademarks via the US Patent and Trademark Office. The first is for the fourth-generation iPod classic, at the time still known as just the iPod. The fourth-gen, released in 2004, was the last model to be strictly music-only; later the same year the company put out the Photo, which gave the iPod a color screen and let people view images on it. It also raised capacity to 60GB. The iPod trademark is credited to Apple's lead designer, Jonathan Ive, as well as another long-time designer for the company, Chris Stringer.


Ive, other tech giants gather for pizza at Yahoo party

01/18, 12:14am

Rare public photo practically a 'who's who' of Silicon Valley

An unusual photo was posted to Facebook showing a CEO dinner gathering -- hosted by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer -- that included a significant number of tech CEOs from a wide array of companies, and notably included Sir Jonathan Ive, Apple's SVP of Design. Ive was perhaps the only non-CEO at the table, but was seated next to Mayer in the rare, candid shot. Attendee Mike Cassidy -- of Google X, the experimental project arm of Google -- posted the photo, which includes executives from Dropbox, Path, Twitter, Yelp and more.


Apple wins patent on glass trackpad/metal unibody combo

01/15, 10:57am

Jobs, Ive listed among inventors

Apple has won a US patent on the combination of a glass trackpad and a metal unibody chassis, notes AppleInsider. The patent is simply titled Portable Computer, and comes out of a series of application continuations; Apple's filings date back to 2008. Over a dozen people are credited with the invention, including Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and lead designer Jonathan Ive.


Apple wins new iPhone 4, iPad, MagSafe design patents

12/04, 1:58pm

Core designs of iPhone 4, iPad 2 secured

Apple has won the rights to several important design patents from the US Patent and Trademark Office. These include the look of the iPhone 4, which is credited in part to lead designer Jonathan Ive, as well as the company's co-founder, Steve Jobs. Ive is also cited in all the other new patents, such as one for the iPhone 4 "Bumper" case.


Forstall left out of Ive's iPhone design meetings

11/02, 1:35pm

Sources illustrate extent of conflict between executives

Apple's former head of iOS, Scott Forstall, was left out of iPhone design meetings held by lead designer Jonathan Ive, according to Bloomberg sources. Despite the importance of software to the iPhone platform, the previously-known conflict between Ive and Forstall is said to have been so deep that the two executives were rarely in the same room. The absence from Ive's design meetings allegedly reaches back to before the first-generation iPhone shipped.


Jony Ive buys house in exclusive San Francisco neighborhood

09/10, 10:08pm

Dispels rumors that he could be leaving US, Apple

Sir Jonathan Ive, Apple's senior VP of industrial design and the man responsible for most of the iconic looks of the products that have come from the company for the last 20 years, has bought a new home in the exclusive Pacific Heights neighborhood known as San Francisco's "Gold Coast." Though listed for $25 million, Ive is said to have bought the 1927 estate, which features six bedrooms in a 7,274 square foot, five-level brick home with a slate roof for $17 million. Ive, who has a wife and twin sons, has lived in the San Francisco area for 20 years during his time at Apple.


Newly-published images show original iPad prototypes

07/18, 3:40pm

Pre-iPhone designs show thick backs, small bezels

Documents from a December deposition of Apple's lead designer, Jonathan Ive, show images of the earliest iPad prototypes, NetworkWorld notes. During one point in the videotaped Q&A session, Ive is shown images of a device referred to as the "035" mockup/prototype. "My recollection of first seeing it is very hazy, but it was, Im guessing, sometime between 2002 and 2004, some but it was I remember seeing this and perhaps models similar to this when we were first exploring tablet designs that ultimately became the iPad," he says when asked if he's seen the mockup before.


Apple's Ive wins British Visionary award by large margin

04/27, 2:15am

Bests WWW inventor Berners-Lee, JK Rowling, more

After being mentioned as on the shortlist last week, Sir Jonathan Ive has now been awarded the British Visionary Innovator award, a competition run by the Intellectual Property office in the UK to promote IP awareness. Ive was up against some very notable competition, including Sir Tim Berners-Lee who invented the World Wide Web; fellow industrial designer and engineer Sir James Dyson, and even Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling.


Cook, Isaacson make TIME list; Ive nominated for UK award

04/18, 3:50pm

Ive up against Bansky, Sir Tim Berners-Lee

Two Apple-related personalities have made TIME's annual list of the 100 most influential people. Among these is the company's CEO, Tim Cook; the TIME essay on him is written by Al Gore, who has served on Apple's board of directors for about nine years. "It is difficult to imagine a harder challenge than following the legendary Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple. Yet Tim Cook, a soft-spoken, genuinely humble and quietly intense son of an Alabama shipyard worker and a homemaker, hasn't missed a single beat," Gore writes.


Apple, Philippe Starck said tackling 'revolutionary' product

04/13, 10:00am

Starck would design Apple product for eight months

Well-known French product designer Philippe Starck has claimed in an interview with France's Le Figaro that he was recently working with Apple on a design. The "revolutionary" project would supposedly be due to arrive in eight months. He wouldn't say more about its nature, citing Apple's "religious cult of secrecy."


FT profile paints Apple's Jonathan Ive as 'very political'

04/03, 5:15pm

Relationship with Jobs was key

The Financial Times has run a new profile of Apple's senior VP of Industrial Design, Jonathan Ive. Ive is often credited with the look and feel of Apple products; the Times comments, though, that Ive is "emerging from [Steve] Jobs' shadow," referring to the former Apple CEO's tendency to micromanage the details of products. An anonymous ex-Apple worker in fact tells the Times that Ive's "main talent was his ability to manage his relationship with Jobs."


Jonathan Ive to attend state dinner at the White House

03/14, 9:30pm

Part of a 'Brit Pack' of guests to honor Cameron

Sir Jonathan Ive, Apple's senior VP of Industrial Design, will be attended a White House state dinner this evening in honor of British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to the US, but he and Cameron will not be the only UK citizens at the affair -- the Obama adminstration has invited a clutch of notable British names to also attend, including actor Hugh Bonneville from Downton Abbey, which the President is said to be a fan of; golfer Rory McIlroy; Sir Richard Branson, and UK rock band Mumford & Sons, which the Prime Minister is said to enjoy.


Apple TV sets could hit 42 inches or more, report says

01/04, 12:25pm

May dispel rumors of smaller sets

Apple is working on a TV set measuring 42 inches "or larger," according to a USA Today source. The person is said to have worked at Apple, and claims that the unit is an LCD with built-in Wi-Fi. Jonathan Ive -- the company's senior VP of industrial design -- is moreover said to have a 50-inch TV sitting in his design studio.



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