Audio and Transcript: Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive speaks at The New Yorker's TechFest 2017 - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

In a conversation at The New Yorker's TechFest conference in Manhattan on Friday, Apple chief designer Jony Ive gave a small glimpse into the development of the upcoming iPhone X, and the time that it takes for technology to catch up to ideas —and ...

It took 5 years for Apple to make iPhone X: Chief Design Officer Jony Ive - Blasting News

#Apple finally unveiled its 10th-anniversary iPhone X device two weeks back. Even though consumers don't have a clue about when they will get their hands on the smartphone – they still remain awe-struck by the look and functionality of it. Apple has ...

Apple's design chief thinks its about time you put down the iPhone - TNW

Speaking at The New Yorker's annual tech shindig,TechFest, Apple design guru Jony Ive hit us with some hard truth: we're using our phones too much. Granted, we didn't need Ive to tell us this: multiple studies have come to the same conclusion, and that ...

4 Thoughts on Design From Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive - Adweek

Ive said even he thinks 'constant use' of an iPhone isn't always the best thing. Getty Images. Share. By Marty Swant. |. 7 hours ago. Share. When it comes to the world of technology design, few are revered more than Jony Ive, Apple's chief design officer.

Apple's Jony Ive on creating the iPhone: 'loathing' made us do it - USA TODAY

NEW YORK— What helped spur Apple to make the iPhone? A big part, said Apple design chief Jony Ive, “was the loathing that we had for the phones that we were using.” But the iPhone, sold to more than 1 billion and credited with ushering in the era of ...

Why Was The iPhone Invented? Cellphones Were “Crap,” Says Jony Ive - ValueWalk

It's the burning question every Apple fan wants an answer to. Why was the iPhone invented? Jony Ive gave a very simple explanation during his rare public interview at The New Yorker TechFest conference on Friday. Essentially, he said that mobile phones ...

Jony Ive Is a Human Man With Good Taste in Shoes - Gizmodo

NEAR AN ART GALLERY IN CHELSEA - It was an unseasonably warm October afternoon, and Jony Ive was about to go on stage with The New Yorker's David Remnick to talk about who knows what. I got there early, chugged a ginger ale, and hustled past a ...

Jony Ive says folks use iPhones too much, reveals iPhone X took 5 years - TrustedReviews

Apple's design guru Sir Jonathan Ive says the iPhone X handset was in the works a full five years before it was revealed last month. Speaking at the New Yorker's TechFest conference on Friday (via AppleInsider), the Londoner said the company's initial ...

Jony Ive on Jobs, creativity and why old cellphones sucked - CNET

Jony Ive at the 2017 New Yorker TechFest in New York City. Brian Ach/Getty Images for The New Yorker. A central, driving force for Jony Ive and Apple's team to create the iPhone was the pedestrian lousiness of cellphones 10 years ago. "When we worked ...

Apple's Jony Ive reveals iPhone X was in development for 5 years - TechRadar

The iPhone X has been refined to the point of perfection in the eyes of Apple, but it took a lot of failures to get there, according to its lead designer. Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive, in a rare media appearance, revealed that the new iPhone was ...

Apple's Jony Ive: Some people 'misuse' iPhones - CNNMoney

Jony Ive, perhaps more than anyone not named Steve Jobs, helped kick off the smartphone era as we know it with the launch of the iPhone. But when asked to assess how the iPhone has changed the world, Apple's design guru offered a sober assessment.

Apple design chief Jony Ive on Steve Jobs, iPhone X, and his design process (AAPL) - The Advocate

Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive gave a rare public talk in New York on Friday. Ive was interviewed New Yorker editor-in-chief David Remnick. The session, "The Shape of Things to Come," was part of the New Yorker's TechFest conference.

Apple's Jony Ive Says This Is the Most Important Thing He Learned From Steve Jobs - Fortune

Jony Ive is a legend in the design world who is best known for bringing a distinct mix of understatement and elegance to numerous Apple products. One reason he has achieved so much is because of a quality he learned from Apple's late founder Steve Jobs ...

Jony Ive recalls how Steve Jobs taught him to say no, especially when it hurts to do it - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs taught his chief designer Jony Ive not only how to say no, but to reject ideas that personally excited him. That process continues to help him to achieve a level of focus —one that he said that Jobs himself had mastered.

Jony Ive Talks Design, Steve Jobs, Future Tech and More on Stage at TechFest 2017 - Mac Rumors

Apple design chief Jony Ive spoke this afternoon at TechFest 2017, an event held in New York City. Ive sat down for an interview with The New Yorker editor David Remnick to answer some questions about his design philosophies, his time at Apple, and ...

Apple design chief Jony Ive says he detests 'most things' - CNBC

Ive sat down with David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, at The New Yorker TechFest. Ive, who is originally from the London area and has been with Apple since the early 1990s, is perhaps best known to consumers as the voice that narrates many of ...

A reflective Jony Ive recalls the joy of joining Apple, the magic of making products that change people's lives - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive took part in a one-on-one interview at The New Yorker's TechFest event in Manhattan on Friday, where he spoke about the design process, the joys of working at Apple, and even the downside of advanced tools like the ...

Jony Ive says we 'sense care' in good design, Apple will continue to be revolutionary, and more in new interview - 9to5Mac

Jony Ive, Apple's Chief Design Officer, is set to take the stage at The New Yorker TechFest to discuss 'The Shape of Things to Come' with The New Yorker's editor David Remnick. 9to5Mac is live from the venue in New York City and will have full coverage ...