Apple vice president Greg Joswiak took the stage at the Code/Mobile conference a couple of weeks ago to talk about the company's new products, and Re/code has now posted the video from that interview. Joswiak addressed the buggy release of iOS 8.0.1, among other things.
Apple product marketing exec Greg Joswiak says that Apple isn't chasing market share driven by low price points. With the products that Apple delivers, including the iPhone and the Mac, Apple will be after a better customer experience and delivering more value to the consumer. Joswiak says that he isn't concerned about Android beating Apple in terms of market share because there is always a healthy market for quality products.
Apple VP Greg Joswiak is at the Code/Mobile conference today, and has given additional insight into the buggy release of iOS 8.0.1. Joswiak apologized for the situation, and said that it was not the update itself that cause the issues, according to Re/code:
Apple VP Greg Joswiak will appear on stage at Re/code's first annual Code/Mobile conference next month. Joswiak, who manages product marketing for both the iPhone and iPod product lines, will be at the conference to talk about this year's product lineup, accroding to Re/code:
Apple's CEO, Tim Cook has sent out an email to Apple employees, and vice president of iOS product marketing, Greg Joswiak has posted a Q&A to AppleWeb outlining some of the messaging and thinking behind the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c products announced at today's iPhone event. Here's an excerpt from Tim Cook's email, posted by Mark Gurman on 9to5Mac:
Apple has apparently sent a few high-level employees to CES to scout out the competition and see how other companies present future products.
Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) famously avoids the biggest event on the tech industry calendar, and given the traffic on Paradise Road this morning you can’t exactly blame them. But that doesn’t mean Apple isn’t scouting the competition in person at CES 2012.