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Major Apple executives leaving the company

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 29 Oct 2012 17:41 User comments (3)

Major Apple executives leaving the company Apple has just announced a major shakeup within its management, announcing that John Browett and Scott Forstall will both be stepping down.
Browett was hired last year to run the company's retail division and Forstall was the head of iOS and a longtime Apple executive.

As part of the changes,current execs Jony Ive, Bob Mansfield, Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi will be given more responsibility.

Forstall will remain as an advisor to CEO Tim Cook until next year, confirmed the company.

"We are in one of the most prolific periods of innovation and new products in Apple's history," added Cook. "The amazing products that we've introduced in September and October, iPhone 5, iOS 6, iPad mini, iPad, iMac, MacBook Pro, iPod touch, iPod nano and many of our applications, could only have been created at Apple and are the direct result of our relentless focus on tightly integrating world-class hardware, software and services."

Federighi will take over leading iOS, adding to his title as the head of Mac OS X.

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3 user comments

129.10.2012 21:44

Originally posted by keithbeat:
apple haven't innovated shit after steve jobs deaths !! Really nothing after his death ..
Nor before?

229.10.2012 23:31

good drugs tim.or total megalomania?

330.10.2012 13:00

Byeeeeee........don't let the door hit you in your ass on your way out.

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