“So now Scott Forstall is gone and his job has really been divvied up between Jony Ive for Human Interface, Craig Federighi for Software, and Eddy Cue for Siri and Maps,” Eric Jackson writes for Forbes. “It’s more responsibility for all three men, but I’m most intrigued with what Ive will do with ‘Human Interface.'”
“It is the design aspects of Apple’s products which stand out the most when we first think of the product line-up,” Jackson writes. “Design – and I think human interface as well – is the place where you have a religious moment with a product.”
Jackson writes, “It’s too bad Forstall couldn’t play nice with the other execs at Apple. But, if Tim Cook had to make a choice between keeping Forstall or Ive (and others like the formerly retired Mansfield), he made the right call. For Ive, the idea of taking on human interface, beyond hardware, must be incredibly exciting creatively.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Tim any Cook’s in the kitchen no more: Ive’s Jobs will lead Apple to new heights as Scott couldn’t Forstall the inevitable. Cook Cues Eddy to take over Siri and Maps, Phil remains the top Schiller, and just one glance at Apple leadership shows tech in Cupertino is still very much a Mansfield.