Charlie Rose has published a new interview with Apple's Jony Ive, which goes in depth on topics of Apple's identity, and design's role in that identity. Ive spoke about Apple's values, and reiterating a point he's made before, said that Apple's first goal isn't making money, but to make the best products they can, counting on that to attract customers. He also talked about his personal relationship with late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs.

Ive discussed his first meeting with Jobs, and how that led to the start of the iMac. From Charlie Rose:

He recognized the work, and was compelled and interested in it, but he also did mention how incredibly ineffective I'd been. And he was absolutely right because we had storerooms full of models. But that's when we first met, and on the very same day, we left the studio, and went quietly to another room and started work on what became the iMac.

Ive also touched on how he hopes customers experience Apple's products.

I think that we couldn't want more than people, when they're using our products, to not be aware of the complexity of the problems that we solved, but for them to be aware of a deep sense of care that we didn't have to express.

You can watch the episode of Charlie Rose in which the interview aired below. The Jony Ive interview starts around the 15:45 mark.