Posts Tagged ‘Phil Schiller’

Phil Schiller is now an Apple Fellow with Greg Joswiak taking on the SVP Worldwide Marketing position. Here are the details on this.

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Apple’s Phil Schiller says that students with Chromebooks are “not going to succeed”, in response to growing popularity of Chromebooks in classrooms. Here are the details.

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Apple’s marketing head Phil Schiller offered up some interesting tidbits during a new interview, including the claim that the iPhone XR is designed to be “the best, too” as an alternative for those who don’t want to splash the cash on an iPhone XS.

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When speaking about the competing facial recognition technologies used by Android smartphone makers, Apple’s Phil Schiller took the opportunity to stick the knife in, twist it, and then do it all over again. According to the man himself, “they all stink.”

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On being asked in a recent interview what he thought about the Amazon Echo and Google Home, here is what Apple’s SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller had to say.

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In an interview at Apple’s current Infinite Loop campus, senior VP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller delved into Apple’s thoughts surrounding the iPhone at the time of its launch, and whether the company ever expected it to be quite such a big deal.

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Apple’s own Senior VP of Marketing Phil Schiller confirmed in a recent interview that a Mac with a full touchscreen input simply isn’t going to happen, calling the idea “absurd.”

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Turns out we’ve been saying the names of Apple products wrong, and marketing head Phil Schiller wants us to stop. So much so, in fact, that he took to Twitter to school us on just how we should be pluralizing Apple’s device names such as iPhone and iPad Pro.

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As soon as a new mobile device hits the market and even before, statisticians keenly run the hardware through a series of benchmark tests, which offer a fairly accurate idea of the general overall performance. In the past, we’ve seen evidence of Samsung rigging the International Galaxy S4’s GPU to perform better when running these apps, and now, the folks of Ars Technica have concluded beyond doubt that the Korean company has been up to its tricks again with the Galaxy Note 3.

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Love or hate the iDevice range of Apple, you cannot deny their huge influence on the mobile market in general, and many rivaling companies have sought to emulate the success of the Cupertino-based outfit.

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