Tom’s Guide today shared its list of „2017 Innovation Award Winners,“ which of course includes the iPhone X, among other products like the Nintendo Switch, the DJI Spark, and the Amazon Echo.
Apple’s iPhone X took the Tom’s Guide „Best Overall“ award for its Super Retina Display, Face ID, and A11 Bionic chip, and the site’s iPhone X writeup includes some interesting commentary from Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of product marketing.
For the iPhone X’s Super Retina Display, which incorporates the first-ever OLED panel in an iOS device, Joswiak says Apple had to „do a lot of engineering“ to [...]
Johny Srouji, Senior Vice President of Hardware Technologies at Apple, recently talked about Israel’s contributions to Apple products, Face ID security, augmented reality, and more in a wide-ranging interview with Calcalist.
For context, Srouji leads the team responsible for custom silicon and hardware technologies like batteries, storage controllers, and application processors, including the new A11 Bionic chip in the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X.
The interview was published in Hebrew, so the quotes herein are loosely translated to English and may not be perfectly word for word.
Srouji started by complimenting Israel, where he was born [...]
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with NBC’s Lester Holt on tonight’s NBC Nightly News broadcast, where he spoke about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, the need for tax reform in the United States, and more.
As was shared in a clip of the interview earlier today, Cook commented on Russia’s use of social media to interfere with the 2016 election and the congressional hearings executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google have been attending to discuss the role Russia might have played. Cook said he believes the social networks in question have been learning „along the way a lot“ and that fake news is a major issue.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today headed over to Oxford University for the opening of The Oxford Foundry, a new „innovation space“ that’s open to all University of Oxford students.
Cook was on hand to cut the ribbon at the new location, and afterwards, he sat down for a Q&A session with Oxford students alongside Oxford professors and administrators.
Because he was speaking to a group of students, Cook talked about his early life experiences, how he began to hunt for a job after leaving college, and his decision to join Apple. Early on, he said, his goal was to find a job that he loved. „I wanted to love the work I did,“ he said. „I [...]