A little over a couple of years ago, Jony Ive, a name known for commanding Apple’s design teams, handed over managerial duties to take on a new role with the company.
Apple’s design chief, Jony Ive, sat down with Wallpaper* to discuss Apple’s newest designs: The iPhone X and their brand new spaceship campus.
Long before the iPhone X was announced, the general consensus among fans and experts was that Apple was preparing a brand new iPhone lineup to commemorate the 10th year anniversary of the original iPhone. However, Apple’s design head, Jony Ive believes otherwise. He claims this was nothing but a “wonderful coincidence”, suggesting that Apple was long planning a shift to an OLED display, but the time was right this year.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Apple’s design chief, Jony Ive talks about how the company has worked tirelessly in building the perfect campus at Apple Park. This spaceship like complex has been in planning for years now and hasn’t been without its fair share of controversy.
There’s some kind of routine to the arrival of a variety of different food products from McDonald’s, including the Shamrock Shake.
Apple’s Jony Ive has been working on designing products for Apple for quite some time, and Cambridge has awarded him with an honorary degree for it.
During an interview with Business of Fashion ahead of the Apple-sponsored Met Gala this week, Jony Ive talked about Apple Watch and its place in the worlds of design and fashion. Ive also hinted at the wearable’s future, without giving too much away.
Jony Ive Designs Unique Yellow iPad Pro, Smart Cover, and Apple Pencil Case for the London Design Museum
As a part of the fundraiser for the London Design Museum, Sir Jony Ive and his team have designed an exclusive 12.9-inch iPad Pro, a Smart Cover, and a holder for the Apple Pencil.
Back in December of last year, 60 Minutes was invited to check out an Apple design studio, chaperoned by Apple’s design lead, Jony Ive. Now, the show is back with another interview.
Apple has a love affair with design (for better or worse), and in a new interview with Vogue, a pair of executives talk about it in depth.