One of the fascinating tidbits of Apple history that emerged online this week was the story that Phil Schiller was insistent that the original iPhone ship with a physical keyboard. Only problem is, no-one seems to know whether it’s true or not. Former Apple exec Tony Fadell claimed it is. Show More Summary
A forthcoming book about the early development of the iPhone's accuracy has come under fire by Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller and Tony Fadell, with both denying a story that Schiller vigorously demanded a physical keyboard during development of the original iPhone prototypes was accurate.
I do know that Schiller’s hard-charging, brusque style and his obvious political acumen have made him a lot of enemies over the years. It sounds like Fadell is one of them.
Recorded in front of a live audience at The California Theatre in San Jose, John Gruber is joined by Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi to discuss the news from WWDC: new Mac hardware, the new iPad Pro, Mac OS 10.13 “High Sierra”, iOS...Show More Summary
John Paczkowski has a great interview with Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi: It’s hard not to look at the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro running iOS 11 and recall that “The computer for the rest of us” slogan Apple used in 1984 to launch the Mac. Show More Summary
As has become standard, Apple executives Craig Federighi and Phil Schiller sat down with John Gruber on his podcast “The Talk Show” this evening following Apple’s WWDC keynote. During the interview, Schiller and Federighi dove deeper into some of the news from yesterday’s jam packed keynote, which Schiller quipped was 3 and a half hours long at first draft… more…
Apple’s HomePod is sure to fit in our surroundings. It already resembles a couple of items found around the home, as many astute Twitter users pointed out when Phil Schiller unveiled the new smart speaker at WWDC 2017 Monday morning. Many thought it looked like a ball of string while at least one saw its […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple’s upcoming HomePod smart speaker will “reinvent the way we enjoy music in the home,” says Apple exec Phil Schiller, who offered a sneak peek at the product today. Calling it a “breakthrough home speaker,” he outlined how the 7-inch...Show More Summary
A refreshed line of iMacs -- and the possible introduction of an "iMac Pro" -- were some of the most-teased announcements prior to WWDC. Earlier this year, Phil Schiller, Apple's SVP of Worldwide Marketing, promised that the companyShow More Summary
Enjoy the 70-percent lead while you can Amazon, because Apple's coming to slay Alexa and the Echo. Well, it'll try. In an interview with India's Gadgets360, Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, dropped...Show More Summary
A top Apple exec took a public jab at Amazon and Google's AI smart-home speakers. "If you don't have something nice to say, say nothing at all," Phil Schiller said. The comments suggest that Apple's rumoured smart-home device will come...Show More Summary
It's been a few years since we've seen Apple enter a brand new hardware category, but that may change in just a few weeks once WWDC gets underway in early June. According to a research note from Ming-Chi Kuo that was circulated widely last week, Apple has been busy developing a Siri-based product designed to go head-to-head with Amazon's Echo. Show More Summary
Commentary: In an interview, Apple's worldwide marketing chief, Phil Schiller, has nothing good to say about other companies' home AI devices.
Indian news network NDTV caught up with Apple’s SVP Marketing Phil Schiller for an interview after his visit to the new App Accelerator in Bengaluru. The discussion touches on Schiller’s management of App Store and Apple’s developer ecosystem, Swift adoption and his thoughts on voice-only assistants like the Google Home or Amazon Echo. Show More Summary
Amidst rumors of a Siri home speaker, Apple SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller in an interview published this week offered his thoughts on dedicated voice assistants like Amazon's Echo, saying the lack of an onboard screen is a hindrance in many situations.
Among the many noteworthy things Apple said during its Mac announcement-meets-apology earlier this week was the revelation that, according to Apple marketing boss Phil Schiller, the Mac’s total user base is nearing 100 million. That figure caught the eye of some onlookers, since it falls well short of its rival Windows operating system. Show More Summary
New claims about future Mac hardware have emerged after Tuesday's revelations from Apple's Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi, with the latest rumors suggesting that future high-end Retina MacBook Pros may not include a Touch Bar, and the iPad Pro could be used directly as a tablet input device for a connected Mac.
You have already read the news. But we thought we would also use this opportunity to share a transcript of the interview with Phil Schiller, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing; Craig Federighi, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering; John Ternus, Vice President of Hardware Engineering. Show More Summary
Photo courtesy of TechCrunch Apple recently spilled the beans about working on the next Mac Pro. Read what was said in this exclusive meeting, verbatim. Three Apple executives, Phil Schiller, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing;...Show More Summary
If you've been holding your breath for a new version of the Mac Pro, your prayers will be answered — by next year, that is. At a small roundtable discussion in Cupertino this month, Apple execs Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi and John Ternus spoke with a group of journalists about the roadmap for various Apple products. Show More Summary