yes, yes The Wall Street JournalAt the Tech Live event, Apple’s Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak talked about a wide range of topics, including USB-C. iPhonewhy iPadOS still has a calculator app, Android has iMessage, etc. there is no
The EU is forcing all consumer electronic devices, including iPhones and AirPods, to switch to USB-C by the end of 2024. The new rule will directly affect Apple, which still uses the Lightning connector on iPhones and AirPods. Speaking at the event today, Joswiak, also known as Joz, said Apple ‘must comply’ with new rule, indirectly confirming that the iPhone will switch to USB-C in the future. Reports suggest that Apple is testing USB-C iPhone 15 models will be released next fall.
Federighi and Joz talked about the pace of innovation on the iPhone, including whether smartphones are boring and whether the iPhone needs to be refreshed every year. “People are very excited by the new iPhones,” Joz said, referring to the phone’s new features. iPhone 14 Proincluding a new 48MP camera and Dynamic island. “We always have a ton of stuff to take out,” Federighi said. “We’ve been working on things for years and years, and there are a number of things that we believe will better help our customers.”
Speaking about why iPadOS still doesn’t have a native calculator app, Joz said, “There’s a ton of them. App Store.” continued when I clicked on the “I use third-party applications” button The Wall Street Journal‘s Joanna Stern on what two executives do when they want to calculate something iPad.
Federighi and Joz were also asked about the lack of iMessage on Android and why Apple keeps iMessage exclusive to Apple devices. They asked about Federighi Email he felt in 2013 said here: “I’m worried that iMessage on Android will just serve to delete [an] “It prevents iPhone families from giving Android phones to their children.”
“I’m not aware of it being sent,” Federighi joked in response to the question. “If we’re going to go the route of going into a market and building an app, we’re going to make a difference, we’re going to have a lot of customers, and we’ve got to have a great app experience,” Federighi said.
“If we were to just ship an app that didn’t get critical mass on other platforms, that would stop us from innovating in all the ways we want to innovate messaging for our customers, and it wouldn’t. I accomplished a lot in any other way,” Federighi said. iMessage on Android seemed like a “throwaway” that “wouldn’t serve the world,” he concluded.
During the interview, Federighi and Joz also talked about Apple’s move to Apple silicon on the Mac, Apple’s stance on privacy, Apple’s return to privacy, and the controversy surrounding it. The full 35-minute interview can be watched via a replay of the live broadcast above The Wall Street Journal‘s Twitter account.
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