“One of Apple’s most important executives — Jeff Williams, the company’s senior vice president of operations — has been working at Apple for almost two decades, mostly outside the public’s view,” Dan Frommer reports for Quartz. “Now, as CEO Tim Cook continues to reshape a company that for years was associated with just one executive, Williams is starting to get more face time.”
“Tomorrow, Williams will represent the company in a session at the Code Conference near Los Angeles — his first big, public interview,” Frommer reports. “Code—previously ‘D,’ which journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher founded while working at the Wall Street Journal — is the very high-profile tech executive confab where the rarely interviewed Steve Jobs paid regular visits, including a famous sit-down with fellow panelist Bill Gates in 2007.”
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MacDailyNews Take: How about making a few more Watches there, buddy? 😉
MacDailyNews Note: An earlier version of the article mistakenly referred to Jeff Williams as Apple’s COO. Williams is Apple’s Senior Vice President of Operations. (Thanks, rogifan.)