If you are a fan of Apple products, you owe Johny Srouji and his team a big thank-you. Bloomberg writers Brad Stone, Adam Satariano and Gwen Ackerman visit Apple’s senior vice president for hardware technologies at his office. Srouji is the man behind Apple’s silicon chips, which created a revolution in speed, features and security and set a new standard in the smartphone industry. The authors elicit a good story from a man whose work demands a high degree of confidentiality. getAbstract recommends this article to technology enthusiasts and Apple product owners.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the late Steve Jobs believed creating silicon chips was the way forward for Apple,
- Why Apple hired Johny Srouji and
- How Apple’s hardware may evolve in the future.
About the Authors
Brad Stone is a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek. Adam Satariano and Gwen Ackerman are reporters for Bloomberg News.
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