Apple’s Legendary Chief Design Officer Jony Ive No Longer Appears On The Company’s Leadership Page

Ive announced his planned departure back in June, and now it appears to have taken place. December 2, 2019 2 min read This story originally appeared on PCMag Jony Ive isn’t an Apple employee anymore. His departure has taken effect, according to The Verge, after confirming several months ago that he planned to step down as Chief Design Officer. Now, Ive will operate an independent design firm with Apple remaining by his side as a client. He disappeared from Apple’s leadership page, which lists executive profiles for top-ranking employees. Ive spent more than 27 years with the Cupertino-based company. Joining in 1992, Ive served as a product designer and took over as Senior Vice President of Industrial Design in 1997. Apple assembled the role of Chief Design Officer for Ive in 2015. He’s been responsible for the iconic designs found on the iPhone, iPad, iPod, MacBook, and more. Still, Apple isn’t completely losing access to Ive and his […]

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