Apple design chief Jony Ive sat down with Vogue’s Anna Wintour this morning for an interview at WIRED’s 25th anniversary event, where he talked about secrecy at Apple, his future with the company, and more.
WIRED didn’t stream the event, but CNET’s Shara Tibken and Washington Post’s Geoffrey Fowler were on hand and shared details on what Ive had to say on Twitter.
Image via Shara Tibken On the topic of iPhone addiction, Ive said that it’s good to be connected, but the „real issue“ is what’s done with that connection. According to Ive, when it comes to innovating, it’s impossible to predict all of the [...]
Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller today made a surprise appearance at Adobe’s MAX conference, which saw Adobe previewing a full version of Photoshop on the iPad, set to be released in 2019.
Adobe’s upcoming version of Photoshop is „not watered down“ and is version of Photoshop with all of the assets and tools needed to create the same projects you can make on the desktop on the iPad. According to Adobe, Photoshop for iPad would not have been possible without the company’s close work by Apple and the power of the iPad Pro.
According to Phil Schiller, Adobe is excited about the upcoming version of Photoshop for iPad and can’t [...]
Apple CEO Tim Cook this evening sat down for an interview with Fortune’s Adam Lashinsky to discuss education, privacy, human rights, and immigration, and to explain why Apple takes a strong stance on these topics.
According to Cook, Apple has always been about „changing the world“ and that’s not something that can happen „when you stay quiet,“ but there are no specific guidelines that Apple follows when deciding to speak out.
We’ve always been about changing the world and it became clear to me some number of years ago that you don’t do that by staying quiet on things that matter. For us, that’s been the [...]
Apple senior vice president of retail Angela Ahrendts gave a new interview today at Cannes Lions, an annual international festival in France that celebrates individuals and companies in creative spaces. During her talk, Ahrendts discussed a variety of topics related to Apple and its pivot away from retail „stores“ over the last few years to become community gathering places (via NBC News).
Thank you to the creative community who joined us at #CannesLions today to hear about #TodayatApple and how our retail experience inspires learning, unlocks creativity and encourages human connection. pic.twitter.com/64i4NL9SeY