Apple's VP of Engineering for iOS Has Retired

Apple's VP of Engineering for iOS Has Retired

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Henri Lamiraux, Apple's Vice President of Software Engineering - iOS Apps & Frameworks, has retired, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Lamiraux confirmed his departure to 9to5Mac via email.

"He says that he retired from Apple a 'couple of weeks' ago, following the release of iOS 7.0.3. Lamiraux decided a 'little while ago' that iOS 7 would be his last release…"

Lamiraux was responsible for the development of the apps that come with iOS and new feature implementation across the operating system. He worked under Scott Forstall and then with Craig Federighi after he became Senior VP of iOS and OS X.

The departure of Lamiraux is seen as significant loss for the company.

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Apple's VP of Engineering for iOS Has Retired
dudesays - November 18, 2013 at 10:39pm
That's why I would include everything from ios 6 then add them to ios 7, I don't hate ios 7 but I like ios 6 icons a bit better!
bob dupa - November 4, 2013 at 3:25am
ok so what about lightning connector why cupertino has no lightning to lightning cable directly iphone to macbook lightning anybody knows? because lightning is crap?
Jon - November 4, 2013 at 6:50am
maybe because USB is a standard in all other computers? What will people with inferior computers like samsung or lenovo do?
bob pupa - November 18, 2013 at 10:38pm
B/c you assumed lightning is crap! I used 30 pin once and it had a little more force to insert it!
Samesung - November 3, 2013 at 10:44pm
Would he say that after caring so hard enough to do this, crapatis logic!
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