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“This story is absurd”: Tim Cook responded to The Wall Street Journal article about the real reason for leaving Johnny Quince from Apple

23.07.2019 Francis Patterson 0 Comments

“This story is absurd”: Tim Cook responded to The Wall Street Journal article about the real reason for leaving Johnny Quince from Apple

Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal published a longrid, shedding light on the behind-the-scenes details of leaving Johnny Quince from Apple, we briefly covered this article in our note yesterday. The WSJ article said that Johnny Ive left because of Tim Cook, who, unlike late Apple founder Steve Jobs, was not very concerned about the design of future Apple products; supposedly it too much depressed the designer. Tim Cook’s reaction to the WSJ article was not long in coming, the head of Apple personally responded to NBC News journalist Dylan Byers by email.

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– Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) July 1, 2019

In a message, Tim Cook said that this story is absurd, and the conclusions made by the author of the article do not correspond to reality. The head of Apple did not name specific things with which he disagrees, saying that the author has no idea how Apple works or how its internal development team works. According to Tim Cook, the material "distorts relationships, decisions and events to such an extent that we simply do not know the company in question."

Tim Cook said that Apple’s design team was made up of phenomenally talented people, quoting words from Johnie Quince’s farewell statement that she’s stronger and more talented than ever in her story.

It remains to add that Ive himself expectedly refused to comment on the WSJ article. As noted by Engadget, most of these letters, written by Tim Cook, are internal and addressed to company employees. This is reminiscent of the situation in 2012, when the head of Apple personally wrote a letter to the blogger, in which he defended the appointment of John Brauette to the position of senior vice president of retail Apple. In the same year, Brauette, along with Scott Forstall, left Apple.

Source: Engadget

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