A high iOS executive has moved on from Apple.
On his LinkedIn profile, Henri Lamiraux has set his standing to “retired (iOS Engineering vice chairman – Apple).” The departure used to be first reported via 9to5Mac, which mentioned the LinkedIn page and an unspecified supply but additionally stated that it had acquired affirmation from Lamiraux via e-mail.
Lamiraux advised 9to5Mac that he retired from Apple within the last “couple of weeks,” having made up our minds that iOS 7 could be his final free up. Apple made iOS 7 available to users in mid-September.
As a top overseer of iOS operations at Apple, Lamiraux had a hand in lots of areas. In keeping with 9to5 Mac:
Sources inside Apple’s iOS division say Lamiraux is respected and he used to be answerable for creating the functions that come with iOS. The chief additionally led function-implementation throughout the running device, and he managed both Trojan horse-fixing tactics and feature distribution to customers. He also managed the frameworks inside the running system that energy options and permit builders to build purposes.
Lamiraux had been at Apple for 23 years, in line with 9to5Mac.