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Enter DFU Mode on an iPhone X - Gadget Hacks

Following in the iPhone X's footsteps, the iPhone XS and XS Max, as well as the iPhone XR, have all ditched the iconic Home button last seen on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which is one giant leap toward Jony Ive's ultimate vision of an iPhone that's a ...

How Apple's first HQ shaped the company into what it is today - Fast Company

After all, the old Infinite Loop was where Jobs and Jony Ive conceived every single product that made Apple a one trillion dollar corporation. That turned it into a legendary tapestry of anecdotes, tragedies, comedies, and design choices. For nerds ...

iPhone XS & XS Max Review: Incrementally brilliant - EFTM

Apple's has a problem. Innovation has gone from being a very visual thing based around the amazing designs from Jony Ive – to being something very nerdy, something at the “chipset” level which is driven by a team who will probably remain faceless for ...

TV ad for the Apple iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max tells you everything you need to know about the pair - Phone Arena

The new iPhones produce the highest-quality video on a smartphone says Apple (and you can hear Jony Ive saying the same thing in your head, if you let him in). According to the company, the A12 Bionic chipset powering both handsets is the fastest and ...

Jony Ive believes the Apple Watch Series 4 will be "very significant" - Phone Arena

Apple's Chief Design Officer Jony Ive has previously voiced his fondness of the Apple Watch multiple times. And, in interviews with The Washington Post and Wallpaper shortly after Wednesday's event, the famous designer spoke about the latest iteration ...

Week In Wearables: Apple Watch 4 Steals The Show - Forbes

Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., right, and Jony Ive, chief design officer for Apple Inc., view an iPhone XR smartphone during an event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018. Apple Inc ...

Apple designer Jony Ive says Watch, not iPhone, is closest to his heart - The Sydney Morning Herald

Jony Ive, Apple's design chief, this week unveiled a new iPhone, the biggest deal at the biggest gadget launch of the year. But a different product is closest to his heart: the Apple Watch. Ive gave Apple's original wearable device a complete makeover ...

Jony Ive Believes Apple Watch Series 4 is More Significant Than Anything Else - iPhone in Canada (press release) (blog)

While discussing the new health-related features in the Apple Watch Series 4 with The Washington Post in the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple's headquarters following yesterday's big event, Apple's chief designer Jony Ive said, “Every bone in my body tells ...

Apple Watch Series 4 a 'tipping point,' can make a 'material difference' for people, says Jony Ive - AppleInsider

"I'm so zealous about the [Apple] Watch because I see it as making a material difference to people's quality of life and actually their ability to be alive," Ive added on the Watch line in general. The designer noted that as the product has evolved, he ...

Jony Ive goes behind the screen of the new Apple Watch with Tony Chambers - Wallpaper*

After the launch, Chambers called upon chief design officer Sir Jony Ive via phone to Apple HQ – resuming a conversation they began at London's Royal College of Art earlier this year – to discover just how profound these shifts are, and why they've ...

People had 'braingasms' during the iPhone XC and Apple Watch Series 4 launch event - Metro

The trigger for this rather pleasant feeling turned out to be a pair of videos narrated by Apple's British chief designer officer Jony Ive. You can watch the videos for yourself in this article to see if you come all over all peculiar whilst hearing ...

Jony Ive talks about putting the Apple 'touch' on the MacBook Pro - CNET

Jony Ive says thinking different is actually pretty easy. I'm momentarily taken aback, given that Ive, Apple's chief design officer since 1996, works at a company that's long prided itself on its "think different" approach to everything from products ...

Meet the People Helping Tim Cook Run Apple - Bloomberg

On Friday, Tim Cook will mark the seventh anniversary of his ascension as Apple Inc.'s seventh chief executive officer. At 57, he's in his prime, and all signs point to a durable tenure. When Apple's board named Cook CEO back in 2011, the directors ...

Jony Ive Speaking at WIRED 25th Anniversary Event - The Mac Observer

Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive is slated as one of the guest speakers at WIRED's 25th anniversary celebration. The four-day event runs October 12th through the 15th and will include a retrospective of technology milestones the publication has covered.

Apple design head Jonathan Ive to talk at Wired's 25th anniversary - AppleInsider

Ive has a long history with Apple. After doing consulting with the company, he joined full-time in 1992, and is credited with core design work on many key products such as iPhones and iPads. His role as morphed over the years — in 2012, for instance, ...

Jony Ive set to speak this October at Wired's 25th anniversary event in San Francisco - 9to5Mac

Wired today shared details on a four-day event it will be holding in honor of the publication's 25th anniversary. With what looks like a headline slot to speak at the event is Apple's Chief Design Officer, Jony Ive.

Apple Design Chief Jony Ive to Speak at WIRED's 25th Anniversary Event in October - Mac Rumors

WIRED's summit features many high-profile speakers in addition to Ive, including Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, YouTube CEO Susan ...

Place your bets: Will Jony Ive say 'aluminium' at Wired's birthday bash? - Cult of Mac

Wired is turning 25 years old. To celebrate, the magazine invited Apple design chief Jony Ive to come to an event to talk about the crazy changes technology has been through over the last few decades.

Bag this Apple job and Jony Ive will be your boss - Cult of Mac

If you have design chops and believe your ideas belong in the same room as Jony Ive, Apple has an opening on the team that creates some of the world's most important tech. Apple is currently accepting applications for an industrial designer to join the ...

Apple turned its top execs into Memoji and ... wait, what's wrong with Jony Ive? - Mashable

If you've ever wondered what Apple's leadership team would look like as flesh-colored 3D avatars, then today is your lucky day. Apple had some fun with its corporate leadership page, where all of its top executives' headshots have been replaced with ...

Sir Jonathan Paul "Jony" Ive, KBE , is a British industrial designer who is currently the Chief Design Officer of Apple Inc. He oversees the Apple Industrial Design Group and also provides leadership and direction for Human Interface software teams across the company. Ive is the designer of many of Apple's products, including the MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, Mac mini, iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, Apple Watch and iOS.

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Jonathan Ive, April 2009
Born Jonathan Paul Ive
(1967-02-27) 27 February 1967 (age 49)
Chingford, London, England, UK
Nationality English
Citizenship British and American
Alma mater Royal College of Art
Newcastle Polytechnic
Occupation Chief Design Officer at Apple Inc.
  • Tangerine
  • Apple Inc.
Known for Design, Works at Apple
Net worth $150 million
Spouse(s) Heather Pegg (m. 1987)
Website Ive Bio

Sir Jonathan Paul "Jony" Ive, KBE (born 27 February 1967), is a British industrial designer who is currently the Chief Design Officer (CDO) of Apple Inc. He oversees the Apple Industrial Design Group and also provides leadership and direction for Human Interface software teams across the company. Ive is the designer of many of Apple's products, including the MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, Mac mini, iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, Apple Watch and iOS.

Ive has received a number of accolades for his work. In 2003 he was the inaugural winner of the Design Museum's Designer of the Year Award. In 2004 the BBC named him the most influential person on British culture. In 2006, he was appointed as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and in 2012, he was knighted at Buckingham Palace for "services to design and enterprise".