17 Burst results for "Johnny Saruji"

"johnny saruji" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

05:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on The Talk Show

"If they put the internal type of an IPAD pro in that, we'd be like that's fast that way faster than the macbook I they were selling. And so it just seems so obvious that they would do that and bring that form factor back that people think it because it doesn't really take much imagination. It's taking a form factor they already shipped, and if for the MAC and taking the chips, they've already put in Ipad pros and just put them together you. Put your senior butter tastes great with my chocolate. and they might make that product but I think that they have such bigger plans for apple silicon Max that and. I have to go back and rewatch but I remember and I don't think people read it the right way. When they did that segment at W. W. DC and they went to the gimmick in the show underground underground secret lab in Johnny Saruji was talking. With Jani Saruji said and I haven't really watched it in a month and but but the way I remember it was it. He said look we've had this custom that we started making custom chips for iphones and ipads. and. Then we had to make them for Apple Watch and that was an entirely new thing we ought to make it so much smaller and so much more power efficient because it was so much you know and our team did it. And now we're GONNA. Do it for the MAC and that means making a bigger. You know not not physically bigger but just like metaphorically bigger. And the way that he posited to me was was telling us that in the way that they made their chips smaller and Tinier to fit them on your wrist they're gonNa make chips for the Mac that are so much faster and more powerful. For the MAC that the I'm expecting like led. Zeppelin. For you know like the album that is like holy crap I thought led Zeppelin was playing heavy before this is amazing like. I'm expecting that's right. It. It did I got the same impression the way they talked about it. It's It was setting it up for a big reveal of you. Sort of the you ain't seen nothing yet seen a lot. You've seen what we can do, but this is within a certain thermal envelope that it's about to be unleashed right and so I really feel like it is easily an hour to and I feel like a big part of it is sort of filling in like almost like what Saruji did a ww DC was a trailer, and now we get to see the movie where they're going to talk about their chips and they're gonNA. Talk about how they're pulling pants off until and amd. In terms of. What they're what they're capable of That's interesting. Do you think that they would do more than one than MAC? At the. Show off maybe because I kind of feel like the most unexpected thing would be again, I have no inside information about it but what if they come out and say that you know? It's the least expected Mac it's the MAC, pro. It's the one that you can configure in a workstation up to fifty thousand dollars and we've got apple silicon running in it, and you know if you just by like the. Six thousand dollar model look at the numbers it does look at what we can do with a six thousand dollar computer. No. By the way if you know for forty thousand dollars, you know it, it runs ten circles around the equivalent Intel's chips or something like that I. Don't know I just feel like that's what they were setting us up for and the thing to remember is they even made a point of talking about how like. So, a-series chips are the ones in the IPHONES and ipads. And I think people are thinking. It'd be like the a fourteen M and that's the one they put Max but there's no. It doesn't make any sense that there'd be one chip work in both twelve inch. Twelve hundred dollar MAC book and A. Twenty thousand dollar workstation. I and I feel like he hopes Reggie almost spelled it out when we're they don't call it like the a eight. W for watch. It's not like they took the eight and shrunk it down they call it the S. one because it was entirely different thing I don't know what letter they're gonNA use because they've already used 'em for the for the motion but maybe acts as my guests like the apple x one chip and that's the chip that's for. Max I don't know I don't know if one number would do. Maybe it's an altogether new marketing scheme, but I'm expecting an announcement that so big that it can't possibly coexist with the iphone four or twelve onstage at one event without sort of. bifurcating people's attention from one or the other. That's why I think it'll be a different event. So you don't think there's any chance that it's you know the famous call out to the one more thing you know and and lift up avail and show off you know the new. Computer it. Could be, and maybe it's just the plainest thing possible where they do one more thing and they say here is the The new MAC book. Fourteen and it's exactly like it's just the fourteen in it's in a Mac book and it goes on sale December first, and that's it and it's like Oh that wasn't that big a deal and they don't talk about any other MAC hardware until next year and next year is when we hear the bigger story, it could be it could be like the most simple thing and five minutes does it and it just looks like a Mac book that we know and that's it but I tend to I would bet the other way..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

07:47 min | 4 months ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"They're having all sorts of trouble with hardware, but they're also just confused about their. I think about their mission. Amazon's massive bet on voice turns out to be the wrong one. The Smart Speaker space was a mirage. Because where he believes wearables, we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA take not stationary voice input, and he thinks apple as as many do is very well positioned wearable space. Microsoft and their surface. Is there merely taking share from their OEM's not from apple and I think Microsoft's heart really isn't in hardware or even operating systems. Microsoft wants to be cloud business and they don't care. If Apple. It's apple or anything else is still going to use their cloud. And there's their office in the cloud and all of this facebook's facebook's competitor. When it comes to advertising, there's no question, but that's not apple's business. In fact, the more facebook imposes on our privacy. Neil points out the the better it is for Apple. A message sent. He says through apple's message is a message not sent through facebook. For Consumers, that's plus. SNAP, spotify They seem to kind of dominated this competitive market space. What happened to Intel though you got to? This was there's to lose. I mean you can't. Get into into this conversation as you know I'm not like this very geeky covers. But I'm taking it in and I'm like. Wow, that's there's a lot of interesting, isn't it? Don't you think like innovation I feel like how has innovated just? Yeah there last attempted innovation while they had to that. We're flops. When was as you mentioned? Sam Itanian which. They couldn't was unobtainable. They couldn't make it work so they went back to x eighty six, and then remember they were trying to do. The M scale processors are desperately to get trying to get into mobile and another. They couldn't execute so maybe their whole problem, is just they. They actually had an arm business at one point which they sold off the scale division. That's right all. Sold that off. It's never going. there. They certainly have had struggles over the last several years. You know on the the process, I'd never is another article. I saw earlier today. interview with a former Intel exact. Talking about Q quality assurance issues that they had particularly with the Sky Lake Generation of processors. I guess there was a lot of issues with the design of those processors that were getting through Intel's. Of Process Stream inside and getting to customers particularly apple. Apparently, that's treated apple to make the decision to go with their own silicon apple was. Waiting for skylink. Yeah. Yeah, you know one interesting new technology that out that Intel does have. That hasn't really gotten a lot of attention yet. something they announced recently I I heard about it about a year and a half ago, an analyst event they did. That's called Lake `field, which is our hybrid see CPU, it's A. It's a three D. stacked processor system on a chip where they're actually stacking multiple different types of cores vertically on the die. So you've got a relatively small die and they've they've got. What they call their. Technology which is an interconnect technologies, a really high speed Internet, interconnect technology between these different. Processing elements on this ship. You know so that you can transfer data back and forth between these different processor types. You've got things like neural engines, and you know an X. Eighty, six four and some GPA type cores, and you can mix and match a lot of different things, and it's something that actually has the potential to be to do some really interesting stuff with it. Get some really high performance out of it in different types of applications but you know I. I mean that's that's the only just coming to market now. They just actually announced it a couple of weeks ago. you know even though the this is something I've been working on for quite a few years. It's kind of interesting because Intel's innovation is all occurred because they couldn't get clock speeds fast enough on single CPU's single chips, and so they they did multi chips they're doing. Stacking. Octane was a stacked memory. They're they're trying to. They're trying to eke more performance. by by increasing the you know the depths and count. and. I wonder if there was something went wrong. In their remember Intel had innovations struggles for years, and they really got bailed out by the. Team small. Yup that came up with the you know the dual core, just much more practical, much more You. Know really just innovative, and and that bailed them out for a while, but you know this split with Apple, even though I don't think it's a permanent split, I don't think it's one hundred percents interesting. I think you're the only guy for scene. Say that I thought everybody said. Oh, yeah. Apple said we'll have a few more intel products coming out but they. Think. They may not abandoned until. That's an interesting take on it I don't I don't just. Look I. Think the tempting was inevitable when apple started making its own chips, this was inevitable because the when apple has to wait on a partner like until they wanted they had max. They wanted to launch. They couldn't launch him because Intel was late with their Their processors as you referred to and. Also as know talked about innovation, apple just has a team this. They've been out innovating Intel. And the Johnny Saruji and his team at apple has just delivered again and again, and again with the iphone and the IPAD is just inevitable that they're like look. We're making these chips. There's no reason these couldn't run a computer. especially a laptop. I think they will replace every until chip on a laptop. Hundred percent I think some of these other devices I wouldn't be surprised if they hedge a little bit, and they still make sense, we'll run or at least make them compatible. You have the choice of having an apple chip or an Intel chip. That's an. And thought about sure. Did you wear the SNAP SPA? snapchat spectacles, you god, now. I mean I was joke, really I. It was cute, but then it's just it's not something. It's like one of those trends the fads and you do once, or you do it for a month. Yeah, sought like I was going through my snapchat videos, and there was a whole bunch of them from whenever those came out, 'cause I kept present the button and there was killer. Yes there was this remember this they had cameras on. Privacy issues like it was very. Strange if you're around someone that you didn't trust and they were had them on. You felt like they were just going to be spying on you and just posting all this stuff with you, so they've released. Released their third version of these A.. They keep trying to even go to the first version. Go well like I. Don't know why they keep trying. Star version. What they went great for about three or four weeks until they actually had some sufficient supply. You remember those pop up stores, and I actually got mine on Ebay. Somebody was went to the stir in New York because he had a time. It and you know, and they're and bought it, and I bought it from them, but I was proud I only spent like twenty percent of list price, but because I wanted to see what this was. All about the reason I ask is. These aren't at Google Glass, wasn't it?.

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on The Critical Path

The Critical Path

08:01 min | 4 months ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on The Critical Path

"For Friday night, we can make a debate. This and we can use visuals because yeah, I think. It was certainly pre taped There were certainly some motion control. There were certainly some some editing to patch. Things together like when. They went from the Johnny Saruji in the lab to Craig outside the lab. You know so so that certainly will even the very beginning. Okay, so tim standing with the lights behind him on. He was instead of. Stage you know in front of the lights. He was on stage with the lights behind him. Saying oh look at look where we are in the theater I. Don't think that that's where it was and I think the fact when he was. When they switched over to Air Force One they. You know that he was in the. He was in the lobby of the theater. where, usually the the post event demos are held. Then he switched later to being in the not the lobby, the the foyer or an area it was okay, but it was all prerecorded, so he is not like he was running back and forth puppet I. Know The cuts. The cuts is one things. The problem is that I don't think the way. The lighting worked because it was all he had to be led, and the everything in the background was perfectly lead as well in that you would have serious problems with sunlight. With with his. You know and then it just seemed okay. Let's let's drop it now. His controversial. It's diversified show. It was actually very well done and I. Think People responded very positively that this was maybe the best keynote. For DUB DUB ever made if not one of the best ever, but it isn't a keynote anymore. What it is cinematic pre production so if you then reset the expectation and say okay, we're GONNA. Make a movie while then you you. You're seeing it evolve into something completely different and already apples innovating a lot in these areas do product commercials in the middle of of these things. They even had a product placement in the form of Apple TV. Plus a new show popped in the middle in the in the middle of the DC. Mind you, which is which is developer event? They're showing movies, or at least whatever that is called this. This was the name of the. Foundation okay, never I don't know anything about it, but it was like a lot of. You know almost star wars like. Visual visuals there and then very impressive looking. Cinematic stuff and and yet. The the event was was double of course, which now turned into. Trent to a consumer events the previewing all the software, but they're not previewing hardwood, and I think that's one of the things people. Expected which they didn't get. Did talk about some hardware. Apple Silica maintenance that certainly hardware, absolutely, in fact, we should talk about that but generally there are people expecting all. They're gonNA. Do now new Max or they're going to do tags or they're going to do this or that. they they didn't, and they only did announced that they're going to be relying on apple silicon, a couple of things first of all they never said this is this is something I I struggled with because I was trying to. Comment on this at the time, but it was like it when Johnny Saruji. How do you say I? Don't even remember. When he came on and said you know this is about how many SOC's. He mentioned two billion shipped. Okay so I'm like typing in two billion, but my thinking SOC's. Usually you say CPU's you refer to processing units as as central processing CPU and he didn't. He said it's SOC associates fence system on a chip that is a slightly different meaning, because obviously I think in the in the probably the in his world in in the world of. Silicon. Mood they moved away from C. P. for a long time because on that chip. There's a lot more going on now. There's there's an processors hit kind of in the corner. There's a lot of memory on board cache memory. There's a lot of potential new hardware that's dealing with the graphic as you can. Imagine is the graphics and now a engines are. are on board in in silicon, so there's a lot going on on on a chip. That isn't so much a processor as we know it and and so, what would it is fair to say? It's an S., O., C., but the to also complicated by well. You can't compare them anymore because they do different things from each other, and this is what. I think also they lead away from saying. You know that this is an ace series processor, versus Intel or arm, architecture versus Intel I think what they're moving into his saying. It's apple silicon, which is a wonderful branding. I think to move away from a series, a. already kind of was saying a processor series, but this soc science, and by the way on this particular phone or IPAD. Or even the Mac there's a lot of chips that are also apple. A silicon that is that are not the processor. You'll have kind of subsystems being built by apple increasingly. You have communications you. Then you have as we mentioned sensing another things, so there was a m chip in the watch. which was dealing with motion for example and this actually introduce that silicon much earlier in even in the iphone there was an interest in in building, apple, silicon, four particular sensing, and so we have apples silicon inside air pods, which of don't have. A CPU in the traditional sense right, so there's a lot going on with silicon apple, silicon and I think it was an Oscar, wrote a great piece about this. Saying how apple is executing on silicon like nobody's business. No one's seen anything like this before I mean we talk about benchmarks and. And speed, and and especially per watt. So Energy and speed combined as as a as a sort of a new benchmark of moment, but we're not. The point is that there's a lot going on, but the the the thing that happening is that apple's executing on on a on on the silicon side like. No one's ever seen before. Because there there may managing transitions. Everybody's paying attention to that, but they're also managing sort of integrations in new dimensions, and I wrote about this again I think in seventeen when I said you know when I mentioned this Saruji effort the fact that. This, Johnny I said. This is the Johnny you've got to know. You have to start knowing as opposed to the Johnny. I've johnny as well who is less known who you should know well, which is that apple's? Head of of silicon so now here we go. Article on my blog posts called Silicon Valley, and now it should be called apple silicon, which is which is the new the new branding, so it's absolutely this stories, one of these sleeper stories that has. Those of us who follow Apple have been noting and have been sort of a flat, flat, flagging and saying hey, pay attention, pay attention, and it's been..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

08:34 min | 4 months ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Apple and it's going to be a really slow couple months. There's still a lot to talk about Rene Ritchie's here from I'm more great to have you back. Miss say Elliot I haven't slept in your exhausted. Aren't you? Bet You are I bet you are. Christmas in in June and it. Just it's so much. It's like all the presents are open, and I get to put the Lego together now. Yeah, yeah, no kidding Andy NOCCO. Also here good to see you Andy! Elo We thought we had Alex. he bailed at the last minute. That's okay. Cause you to get to make it comic book, Central. Guess whether Alex is at an undisclosed location maybe right where Johnny Saruji was last. We allowed. Here now, but okay okay. So? Which one of you wasn't here last week. I forgot. I I was I was hearing. Alex wasn't here so okay. Good all right. I Know Lori was and lorries taken all of this on Sunday. She was on twitter, which was great. That was a great show. Yeah, well, you liked it because it was all apple I heard from a few people. I would have liked it regardless because I like those people yeah and. I did hear from Dan Patterson. Who Said thank God I didn't want to hear any Cova News and I didn't hear any covert news. It was really all about the candy, store. Or the fruit company depending on your. Week same thing with android. I mean just happens a couple times a year. That's exactly what Jason Snell said twice a year. It's all apple time and there's actually you know. I didn't WanNa Kinda still thunder from this show, either but kind of lay. There's a lot to talk about I decided today. To play devil's advocate. Because I ca I. Keep trying. I tried last week with you. Guys at tried Sunday to say okay, but what's the negative on this transition to apple silicon? And play the devil then if you're in the advocate, be the advocate. You'd be okay. We'll on my left shoulder the devil, no, that's Andy on the right shoulder so I have negative street as excited as I am about apple silicon I, do wonder. If. We're. Haven't we been in a post era for a while now, and is it really? Does it really matter I think ultimately I wonder. Does it really matter what chip you're on what even what operating system you're on because I see a world increasingly that operates off data and programs in the cloud on clients that can range from a game boy. To invest tops in client and. You know for instance and I've been saying this about windows for a long time. The next time a business buys a computer probably shouldn't buy a windows ten computer. They should just buy something. They connect to Windows ten in the cloud and run their APPs up there I i. it was a huge benefits to that maintenance operations. Security on and on and on the only negative, the only downside is. Local data if you're living in the cloud and the cloud goes away, then you. You kind of have some problem. Just explain why in Adela is CEO Microsoft now Nazi bomber. Exactly and and you know. We talked a lot on Wednesday windows weekly about apple's announcement because. And completely, coincidentally, Microsoft's closed all of its stores forever. Makes her end mixer and I think it's a Microsoft is increasingly focused on exactly the scenario I just talked about they. Windows is nice offices. Not Cut McNealy east. You know it's always been. It's always coming, but never quite arriving Scott McNealy would talk about the thin and Larry, Ellison we talk about the thin clouds, and the early founders of Google and we're slowly getting to the point where the actual cloud works enough to make it a non horrible experience locally. Yeah, and also with Microsoft you see them. It was it was it was that eight year period in which they decided? They didn't know what they wanted to be or they didn't. They didn't want to admit that they actually like wearing ties. You know you you know that. It happens to like so many people somebody men and women were. It's like wow. I'M GONNA. Buy this rock and roll. T shirts like which I don't wear anymore because I feel like I. Don I just don't want to wear them anymore, so you saw Microsoft feel as though Oh i I'm I'm Gonna I'm GonNA develop a smartwatch and I'm going to develop like a consumer. Have! A special version of windows that works on an ipad sort of thing, and it took them a while to realize that their reasons why they have the market share that they have, and it's because they don't know how to be Apple. They know, but they're no. They really know how to be Microsoft Yeah, so the mattress store was always very very odd sort of choice for them to make because it was. It was such a brilliant choice for apple. Apple because they are, they are a place. Where if you're in a mall, you'll by the sort of stuff that people in malls like to buy in addition to being a service center, but for Microsoft it was like, we really want one of those two, please. Can we have a riding MOWER I? Know that we don't I know that. The neighbor has a big law and we have a small one, but I really WANNA riding mower. It's really long. Hours. That's really true. Think it's differentiated, though is that. If you are something and I totally believe you have the same vision of mobile endpoint. We're all GONNA. Have Little Marbles or mother box in our pockets that authenticate us you know with biometrics connect to the cloud, and recreate our computing environment in a are or opportunistically with whatever hunk of glass we happen to be near with any sort of input method. That's available but I think there. There is going to be at least you know. short-term decade long divide where some people don't care at all. Where all of the operations on that data are completed. They're just as happy for Google or Microsoft to do it on. The cloud is the are for it to happen anywhere, and there'll be some percentage of people that want that's. That's still want control over that data and want. The, more private data acted on locally and having cutting silicon in iphones and ipads and Apple. Whatever you know, the next generation of products will be a competitive advantage for them, because be able to I actually was thinking about that last night. I thought you could build I kind of had this. Notion of it was a FI story. Almost shouldn't everybody every home. Every person have secure enclave. That's stores everything they do, and that is somehow online doesn't matter where it's hosted, but some could be in your closet, but somehow online and accessible with all of these edge devices that we are eventually going to be using because that's clearly what's happening. You just described it with a watch and glasses and not devices. We want to be able to access our data everywhere, but we want to secure. Private enclave and it even goes along with his vision that timber. Bernie's Lee and others have expressed. To that maybe we should have control of our data and then sell it or lease it or allow somebody. They always do that as in euro secure enclave. But. That doesn't seem like much of a role. Here's my problem. Apple just announced the newest Chinese thing I've ever seen I love it. It's the it's the equivalent of Princess Madala starship. You know with Apple Silica by Alex Lindsay Yeah. It's beautiful I want it, but they made this thing in Eero. When you know, we don't really need starship anymore because we got teleportation, you know. quite though I still being spent about the galaxy. I think that I think you. You hit on the head earlier that it used to be that we would think think of computing in terms of mobile and mobile and desktop or mobile and not mobile. Let's say so meeting that the things that are designed to be carried in your pocket more on your risk or a tablet. That's so easy to carry around you carry it even if you don't need it. Versus a something runs a desktop operating system be at a really really slim notebook, or a really really powerful desktop now, however, in the in twenty, twenty and twenty going forward. There's the third category which is I. Don't care. You know where and those are the people for, and that's why I think that apple put so much not only so much development, but so much focus on in the in the.

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Windows weekly. We're talking about apples. move from Intel to apple silicon. Anyone who cares at all about windows needs to watch this part of that presentation because they just blew Microsoft out of the water and they are never going to look back. What they're doing is incredible. Pay This company. To bring your brain, we'll do the rest. Getting just sitting there with. Facing must. Be Funny because we're all looking forward to a more hopeful tomorrow, there's lots of room. I could have sat there I could have done the whole thing. They just didn't invite me. At least this time I don't feel bad about not getting invitation, right? The, first time I think, I haven't been an apple event in like twenty years it. We're super weird. were. You disappointed it was prerecorded. Did you want it to be a little more live? I thought they did a great job with it and having it open on the Steve. Jobs Theater was was a super smart on their part. I liked the pacing of it I. You know I would have liked them to try it live because I think it would be fun at the same time. It's apple. They want complete control. Why would they make it live? Yeah, yeah, there was just no way that was that was going to be a and those shots were amazing although Alex. I thought they were great. Alex Lindsay, said well. We looked a little unsteady. I thought Alex come on and joy. Craig acted like we'd never seen the campus via drone when. That's always suffer. Years was third party thrown shots. They built the campus, but that's okay Craig. We know you never heard about that. is definitely a trick with the I think they apple executives. You know they're super well coached. They spend a lot of time doing these things, but it is funny. One of my Co hosts over one of the other podcast do point out that Craig has the same level of enthusiasm for everything he's like. Oh you can run IPHONE APPS on the MAC. That's great. Also. There's a new button. You Got A. Little better. Not Everything is an Olympic. They're good, they're they're they're? Good marketers they always have been. It's. You know everybody and their brother got to interview Craig and I. We didn't even try probably because they would have laughed at us, but also I. I hate interviewing executives 'cause they are perfectly coach, yeah. Task got an interview coming out. Tomorrow on my podcast upgrade with a couple of people who are apple, but they are not at the top level. Down and yeah, and they're still coached, and there are moments where you can. And I've interviewed some other people across over the years mostly at that lower level, and they're. They're very knowledgeable, and they really WanNa dive in and it it helps kind of conflict with their training of sticking to the talking points, and it's not like they deviate, but they. They go a little more in depth because they know it a little more in depth than I. Think you're right, there is I. Never Envy John Gruber interviewing super high level executives, only because they are so well trained that you are probably not going to hear. There are tidbits here and there, but it's hard to get little tidbits out of them because they are. They are so on brand on message and well-trained s great about this is one was great about this year's format, and being the fact that they filmed all ahead of time. Was that I think it also gave the possibility of bringing in so more different, many different centers. Johnny Saruji for the first time ever, yes. Right because they don't have to worry about training, here's how you speak in front of an audience of five thousand people. That is a different skill from. Here's how you speak. In a room with a camera shooting you and that means you can probably bring in a lot more different executives, which also gives them an opportunity to showcase, a much more diverse pool of people working on these processes, also to their benefit, so I think that's actually another another big effective. Not doing this live is it gives them way more control and flexibility over who is involved in it. That's a huge point fact. I neglected to make that point you're you're you're spot on you? Put people in front of stage in front of thousands of people. Monitoring sees up. It's terrifying. It's hard to do a good job. And Ben knows Chinese RUCCI is scared of an audience or not, but getting him to talk about apple silicon. That's the guy you want to talk about apple silicon right absolutely I'd much rather hear Johnny, than Phil Schiller explain it. so. At least to the extent, that wasn't just a marketing piece. Now. Have you ever been in that lab? Is that was that a set or is that the actual lab that felt like a set to me? I. I was wondering out where they've been I mean Apple Park. I haven't been anywhere, but the Steve. Jobs Theater Apple Park, but it sounds very much like they came up with a bunch of different spaces there. If you watch all the videos with the developers to, they're like there are people who are on the outside of the ring, looking out at the trees on the. The outside of the ring the people on the inside the ring and you're looking at the Little Rainbow Stage there people who are in the lobby like Craig. Federica was the lobby of the Steve..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

07:03 min | 8 months ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Get access to my streaming video service. Nebula when you sign up for curiosity stream using the link in the description speculation about apple transitioning some or all of its Matt Computer Lineup from Intel. To arm is running hot and heavy again. This following an offhand. Rumor by supply chain exfiltrated extraordinary warming g earlier this week. I've already done a whole video. And how Steve? Jobs famous keynote announcing the previous power PC to Intel transition could be replayed almost no pie note for an Intel to arm transition. Hit subscribe to see all of it so now. I want to touch on what happens next. The transition itself. I'm Rene Ritchie and this is vector a decade and a half ago Intel already making commodity x eighty six chips for everything from laptops desktops workstations. In other words. Everything apple needed right now. Publicly apple is only making custom arm chips for tablets phones and even lower powered devices. Sure THOSE ULTRA mobile tablet. Chips are as they say. Screamers and in terms of power efficiency put everything in the same class utter desolate shame including an especially Intel. But they're still ultra mobile chips so as is they could probably power a new macbook or macbook. Air Really really well with incredibly fast performance taking full advantage of neural engines and Co decode blocks accelerators secure and clays and all of that as well as with phenomenal battery life. Same for a Magnano or whatever apple would call a box that would blend the very best characteristics of an apple. Tv into Mac mini in fact. That story tells itself so well. It's not hard to imagine apple forgoing any awkward developer boxes like during the Intel transition and just announcing a MAC arm. Sdk that developers can run on existing ipad pro or apple. Tv's to get their APPs ported over with way less fuss and much higher availability Muss macbooks. Avoid a lot of software transition pain as well since most of the people who buy them aren't doing so to run. Davinci resolve or adobe after effects pro tools or Maya office was one of the biggest pain points back then but now Microsoft is busy working on windows ten x ten ten whatever these letter numbers are and its own armed transition and there's office online and G. Suite and how apple announced I work for arm back with the original ipad in two thousand. Ten Office for IPAD has been around for years already as well and so of a Baker's dozen of Adobe APPs and so many apps that make such incredible use of apples cores and kits and metals that with catalysts. Now in swift you soon could make more than enough tools available for anyone using an ultra mobile arm based Mac going forward especially since apple heart. Kill THIRTY TWO MAC. Apps this year greatly reducing. What would have to be ported? Much less emulated over the macbook pro and Mac are more interesting here. People would not only want but need their ex code and final cut pro and all the pro APPs Johnny Saruji and Apple's platform technologies org could have designs and architecture already all laid for the level of silicon needed to support them. Apple's in house pro APPs could be done and ready to go at launch others like adobe might take a more annoying amount of time and or emulation apple could simply flip the table on the current status quo instead of core. I seven or I nine. With a t to co-processor they could have a t seven or t nine with Intel deprecated down to the CO processor slot. But unless there's a strict phase out schedule announced upfront that might make compatibility faster but the transition take longer just look at what happened with the decades long thirty two to sixty four bit transition and that brings up another question right now for the majority of Max you can get a range of processor options from the I five to the I nine would apple do the same thing with an arm set up or things like the macbook air which currently only offers one intel processor option paving the way for a future where there's only one processor option for Max as well and then there's the GP you question apple is already making. Its own custom. Graphic cores for mobile and modern Matt's already handled dispatch between Intel processors arm co-processors for things like eight to sixty five and amd GPU's. I assume they'd worked just as well with Intel demoted or removed from that chain especially since unlike invidia. Amd is happy to let apple work down to the middle and with metal currently the metal to framework as an abstraction layer to make processing less a bunch of separate silicon and more a unified set of resources to be targeting on a task by task. Basis the MAC pro and the Mac pro are of course the most interesting apple just released the brand new MAC pro and because it's so modular. It could easily last customers a decade. That means the workstation have both the biggest challenges but the least immediate pressure again. Johnny Saruji team could very well have massively multi core arm based blades ready and chomping at the little bits and given the module Larry of the Mac pro with everything from how it handles. Gp US to custom accelerator cards. Like after burner apple could again flip the tables around and offer x eighty six on a card for as long as anyone needs it. They've also worked around. There loggerheads within video by getting more and more high end at makers to port to amd for the MAC PRO. So maybe even. A workstation transition won't take us long or be as painful as it might otherwise have been yes apple absolutely mismanaged the MAC from like two thousand fifteen to two thousand eighteen took too many wrong turns and sacrifice too. Many resources have far more popular products. But it's also fair to say many of the products that did ship were delayed constrained and compromised far beyond reason by Intel's years and years of missing roadmaps failures to die. Shrink pushing off feature implementations and otherwise doing the exact opposite of why apple transition to them to begin with and that's what the arm transition fix by giving apple the one thing it lacked on the Mac the same thing that made it so successful with iphone and ipad control of its own silicon destiny. It's the exact same reason. 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"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Sponsored by dashing both apple and Disney announced new streaming video services this year and they couldn't couldn't have been more different apple promised a few old favorites like peanuts and oprah mostly new originals with huge names like Jennifer Anniston and Jason. MOMOA attached watched budgets. That would take us into the future and through alternate timelines the Moon again and with some astronomical aspirations attached because there was absolutely no catalog content to fall back on Disney on the other hand was all about the franchises including New Star Wars and marvel shows and returns to highschool musicals but also less expected originals like imagine ears and Jeff Goldblum and with a back catalog that conservatively includes when you add Disney. Proper Pixar muppets. Fox National Geographic about eighty five percent of all of our childhoods now both of them have launched and are just finishing up the first I eight episodes seasons of their first originals. And no spoilers but it's enough to figure out where they are and where they're likely going next I'm Rene Ritchie and and this is apple. TV plus versus Disney plus one-season later on vector. I was there in person when apple announced. TV He plus back in March of this rapidly depleting year. I know some people thought. It looked Hella goofy on stream but being there. In the Steve Jobs Theater experiencing the lights going Out and seeing Spielberg Aniston momoa Oprah all appearing on stage one after the other like a wing Chun chainlink punch and the celebrity starpower gut. It was impressive. It came amidst the announcements for apple cart which hasn't grown beyond the US but keeps adding cashback partners and bonuses at a rate that makes it super interesting news plus which suffers not only from the same lack of internationalization that plagued apple news in general but from an interface that makes it almost almost impossible to find articles. You already know about just want to read and apple arcade which has been legit terrific and rejuvenated the fortunes of indie games teams in a way and at a scale that I've just never seen before there was some concern at first especially around. TV plus being apple that Tim Cook an Faq. Now Craig Federica. Johnny Saruji will be pushing down notes trying to oversell overprotect. Apple's image in all the wrong ways that we'd end up with safe sterile. Frankly saccharin programming too late and for either children or adults to actually WANNA watch well. Jennifer Aniston blew the lid off that roughly five minutes into the morning shows debut and Jason Momoa literally cut the heads and arms and legs off any violence and Gore fears almost as fast apple. Did face face some expectations debt going in they launched an over one hundred countries which is amazing and something. You can only do if you only have new originals and keep all the rights to them in all the regions but the morning show despite seeming very sorkin esque just wasn't and isn't a sorkin show it doesn't have either that caliber or style of writing and see despite the violence in some kind of bizarre sex liens and the incredible visuals was just never going to be. Game of thrones or rather any game with thrown season without an eight-minute apple also made the mistake of giving critics the first three episodes to review and only the first episodes of shows that we're really only starting according to find their legs and climb their way out of their worst in those first three episodes. They were almost all up and down to be sure but the morning show finished the season with what seems to widely acclaimed as a couple of the best hours in recent television. History and for all. Mankind's finale isn't that far behind Dickinson has also been a delight that I don't think many major streaming services have gambled this big on even m night Shyamalan is the servant which started much later. It hasn't wrapped its first season yet. vibe so oh creepy af that it brings something totally different to the table. We're still waiting on other big shows..

"johnny saruji" Discussed on iMore

iMore

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on iMore

"You're going to rush the stage attention just <unk> adapters so you'll have little watch bandung love that but oh oh that's true john at the end of your band off work will they be thinner watch design if the design than the only within our political if the glass is change they could be slightly thin. No i mean like now is that if if they go too so there's been rumors about it but i can't see johnny saruji team not making the processor better. They've done that every year to get an s one s three s four this year will get the s. five and it should be more efficient fishing. I don't know if it'll be seven nanometer but it could be an apple's done interesting things with the series you originally they use the extra power to make apps launch fast and they just pre-packed a bunch of apps and over the years. They've done other things with it more recently. They did make it slightly thinner. I would like them to just invest it in an always on display. Keep it the same thing. Don't even get always on display display mode. I mean can we then say it knocking to get on display. Those have to be an on should allow you to put it in a mode where there's a watch face that is always on if you choose that watch high-speed it to have the time. I don't need it to do anything else even in that unless i tap it or do do something but i just want to have and if you go for yoga and you don't care if it's always on you could slide it back into your sports face for what that would be. I would be really. I will scream. I would just just like you know. I will be having like if that happens just now guiseley tracking or the two biggest missing pieces. I think still apple bought a sleep tracking doc in company bet it but i think it'll take another year and blood tracking but i think what tracking is gonna take a while to keep five bottling five at this point. Ships are figured that's a huge. The the fixed rate feels like those like the biggest lowest hanging fruit right now <hes> yeah no. I think that the blood tracking is definitely really not coming anytime soon and sleep tracking well i still i still kind of fall into this category of people that are like why would i sleep with my watch on. That's not comfortable. So why would you put sleep tracking on my phone but i also know that there's a lot of people that do sleep with their watch on so we'll see there's a lot of people that need to track their sleet. Put it on you're having issues that that they need to track their sleep and routed the machines to be able to track you. Stick your fun to the corner or you have a little map that you sleep on the watch would be a really nice piece because they can get your blood pressure your heart rate that also tells you whether you're awake or not <hes> and if you're having nightmares or if you're not in restless honey when you get extra activity points. This is a win win. They can watch off. Take your watch off weaver. We've relied on your experts have nightmares in your like slapping your partner in the middle of the night you get your activity tracking on that what we were putty and why all right so before we start talking about a couple of the other rumors about the upcoming <hes> iphone event which i know. We're talking a little bit early but there was some big rumors that just popped up this this week. Which is why. I wanted to bring it up. I wanted to tell you a.

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Hundred dollars going to let the gold steel that a new design and a new finish with gold steel and didn't wanna. I just blow all their finishes in one year because if they're going to do s here's for the next while that design is going to be around for a few years all they can really do to juice excitement is change. That's so do all finishes finishes in the first year. You don't have any of those left. I think it was in retrospect. It was smart to sort of let the gold steel shine so to speak and then reintroduced ceramic and do other stuff over the next couple couple years so the guts will not be updated. I have a heart so some people are saying that there's a series called mac great job writing this up that because the series four was such a big improvement that apple may not release a new apple watch this year that they might just pray their price drop the series for just leave the series for folks the software i just i have a hard time believing that though because johnny saruji team they're just so good at pushing systems in package forward and that's like the s._o._c. for the watch because it has even more components shoved onto the same chipset they had the sl the original one the original apple watch then they had the s. two and s. one on p. and the second one. We tried s three s four now. I have a hard time thinking they'll go a whole year without an s. Five but then maybe the idea is that you know it's what you might call the incremental apple watch upgrade which is a new chip in maybe slightly longer battery life and that's the upgrade in which it's an upgrade that counts but it to some some people on the outside that might not seem like that big of a deal and not really you know something to promote in such a big aid so maybe that's the idea behind that it's hard to see how did l._t. Like they had a whole year where it's all about a cellular and a whole year where it was like the new design and did the waterproofing the year before that there's always a big thing my my big remaining feature is always on display or at least like one mode that gives me the time all the time because it's the only watch i have right just can't always see the time and if they made a better chipsets eighty seven nanometer way more power efficient instead of spending that budget on something else they could finally spend it on a persistent display and then i would be super super happy. I think the next things to look forward it's going to be i think the next thing look forward to is going to be micro l._e._d. And an upgrade to the heart center of they haven't really changed that hardware since the launch a now there are a lot of incremental updates that allow a heart rate syncing to be a lot more accurate and also to consume a lot less power so i think that we're gonna see one sort of like ah under the hood sort of update with the health sensors but then a big a big big big change with <hes> with display because once we once we upgrade to that kind of a display explai- it really opens up a lot of things like we will have either <hes> enough drop in power load to either give a much thinner watch which not a whole lot of people clamoring for but it would be nice on the smaller version of to make it even more <hes> subtle on the wrist but also it could deliver what <hes> what rename wants which is let's have a monochrome on a chrome sort of black and white display that will just be like an analog watch or an analog time indicator similar to one of the few really really great features of where wes of android watches watchers which is let's have a low power mode that just tells the time the doesn't really activate the c._p._u. But can actually give you the time as soon as you flipper whistle isn't that i'd i'd love to have a micro supposed to be next year though so i'm okay <hes> so but that's that's..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Cupertino California apple today, announced that sir, Johnny ive, Apple's chief design officer will depart the company as an employee later this year to form an independent design company, which will count apple among its primary clients, while he pursues personal projects. I've in his new company will continue to work closely and on a range of products with apple while I mean while on one hand, I'm devastated as someone who started out in this business as a designer Gianni and his relationship with apple was just everything I looked up to everything is fired to be on the other hand, though. As someone no longer in design. Johnny, I've set free, but still connected to apple is something I really, really deeply feel but sorry, I, I wasn't going to do this video today. I was going to wait and think, on it a bit and do a deeper, more forward-looking video tomorrow. But then you guessed it, the internet happened hot takes began to rain. In down, like medias and a Michael bay movie. And as expected, a lot of them were just as terrible, like terrible set and exhaust terrible. That's why ultimately decided to split my video in to, to get something short out now today and then focus on something deeper for tomorrow, so hit subscribe rugby-tackled that bell, mostly. You don't miss tomorrow show. And then buckle up. I'm Rene Ritchie. And this is Victor Johnny is a singular figure in the design world and his role in Apple's revival. Cannot be overstated from nine hundred ninety eight groundbreaking. I MAC to the iphone and the unprecedented ambition of apple park, where recently, he has been putting so much of his energy and care. That's the statement from Tim cook, apple CEO, apple will continue to benefit from Johnny's talents by working directly with them on exclusive projects and through the ongoing work of the brilliant and passionate design team. He has built after so many years, working closely together, I'm happy that relationship continues to evolve and I look. Forward to working with Johnny long into the future. Okay. But so what does all this mean I, Johnny has literally been at apple since the second coming of Steve Jobs, when it comes to personal computing? He's been there designed that. He's won more awards and been on more patents and entire companies combined. He's a big part of the reason almost all phones are now singular slabs why every laptop for a long time was wedged as air and why it was so hard for so long to tell any other tablet apart from the ipad. He was a design league not just for apple unofficially, for the industry, but he's also a designer a passionate beyond talented designer who outside of a few projects for product red hasn't been able to design much of anything else in two decades, not a set of chairs or a desk. Not a bicycle or personal jet plane. Not a set of knives, or a grandfather clock, he's designed the best selling products in the history of bestselling products. But that's all he's been able to design that is. Aside from his recent flirtation with apple park, and apple retail. Why would Johnny? I've leave apple only for this new design company. Love from to be hired by apple again, before it even officially launches sometime next year. Probably because it's a win win for everyone involved first apples. No stranger to working with outside design companies prior to the age of I've frog design helped make so many of Apple's early products. So ecomomic apples, also worked with outside agencies in the past with whom they've created some of the most memorable ads of all time. Johnny is the reason they haven't been doing it since Johnny. And now that they might start doing it again. Either in name only, or as a real deep collaboration time will tell it'll be with you. Guessed it, Johnny. And with Marc Newson, who's joining Johnny at from love after spending the last few years with him at apple not only shaping products in his own, right. But as a kindred spirit in a way that no one else could be since the passing of Steve Jobs. Second, Johnny not only knows everything apple has done up until. Now, he knows everything. The company is currently working on for the future as well. His team has been pushing out designs not just for the next generation of products like glasses auto motives, but prototyping and brainstorming generations of products after that, having some extra insurance wrapped up around that is in everyone's benefit, especially because third, it pre-empts just a ton of silly speculative headlines around, what if Google or Samsung or while way or whatever competitor hired love from and Johnny fourth? It keeps Johnny in the apple family, even if he's moved out and gotten his own space, and that doesn't just cut down the neighborhood drama. It keeps up the fields in the family design team leaders Evans, Hanky vice president of industrial design and Alan die vice president of human interface. Design report to Jeff Williams. Apple's chief operating officer both die. Hanky have played key leadership roles in Apple's design team for many years. Williams has led the development of apple watch since inception, and we'll spend more of his time working with the design team. In their studio now. She's not very well known outside of apple at all, but by every account, I've heard so far Evans is beyond solid. She's been effectively running industrial design for years, since almost after Johnny left, day-to-day management, there to focus on apple park, and apple retail. And she deserves a ton of credit for a lot of what the team has done over the last few years, and, yeah, feel free to transform that credit into blame if you're super salty and spicy about things like the butterfly keyboard, but it takes a company and years to let that ship, and I can get into that. In a follow video if you want me to let me know in the comments, but it's probably fair to judge her by the next keyboard than this one, just like the next air pods. And, you know, next generation of I phones having her and Alan die whose effectively been running HI since seven report into Jeff Williams is going to be a real head scratcher for a lot of people, and it's a bold choice, but I'm not sure it's a bad one neither Evans, nor Allen are being promoted this point and having them go back to reporting Tim cook like die. Richard Haworth did. Johnny was off working on apple park would have felt to me more like apple had no other idea what to really do it them. Jeff by contrast has been running apple health and apple watch for years and not just the way Dan rea show. Run some special projects groups or q runs. Apple TV Jeff is incredibly detail, oriented, and has a real passion for design part of the reason sub econ was promoted to senior vice president of operations was, so Jeff could spend more time focusing on product including especially design, also apple doesn't just meant senior vice presidents. Let alone C level executives, even two of the most important hires in the recent history of the company, Johnny Saruji who runs silicon, and John Andrea who runs machine learning took some time to get their senior vice president power ups, if apple is considering anyone internal, or external for senior vice president, design, I wouldn't expect to hear about until after some time passes, and a big new product version lodges after nearly thirty years on countless projects. I am most proud of the last day work, we have done to create. A design team process and culture at apple that is without peer today. It is stronger more vibrant and more talented that at any point in Apple's history. That's according to Johnny. I've the team will certainly thrive under the leadership of Evans Alan and Jeff who have been among my closest collaborators I have the utmost confidence in my designer colleagues at apple who remained my closest friends and look forward to working with them for many years to come. There's an incredibly crucial point inside their apple is absolutely the some of its people from Steve Jobs to Johnny is to Tim cook to everybody else. But everyone will leave eventually everyone or apple to truly last it has to have a soul beyond those people. The most important product everyone at apple works on every day isn't the apple watch it isn't the ipad. It isn't even the iphone. It's apple. It's making apple into something that can not only survive, but thrive even after any of them now you're going to hear from some people that Johnny checked out of apple after Steve Jobs passed away or. Shortly before he took on the very different challenges of apple park, and apple retail and for some people even at apple both of those things are going to be true for others, though, for the one still working within presenting to Johnny on a regular basis, it's going to sound beyond ridiculous. And that's because the internet like people just aren't good with multiple truths were not as simplistic, as catchy headlines and hot takes make us want to imagine and situations are seldom as extreme where complicated, we're contextual. And so our passions in relationships Donnie, led the team that designed everything at apple then the teams that designed the places to put all those teams and all those things he has I can only imagine look upon the breadth of his product portfolio and felt like he had no world left to conquer. Imagine how that must feel to one of the greatest industrial designers in history. And then imagine what doing something like love from must feel with one of your best mates and a deal that lets you still create with apple. But also create beyond apple create anything whole new. The world whole new challenges in potentials product red electric bikes be blasted aluminum hot tubs, Siri bubbles. Whatever he wants whatever he can dream up and will into production and who knows in a few years. Maybe we'll documentary on curiosities dream about his impact. I mean, they have one up on Frank Gehry after all, but also much more..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"You know, the kind of problems that you encounter when one hundred million people are using your devices, and it still feels like some three or four years later that apple the amount of products. They make the quantities of those products is still a huge challenge for them. In terms of like, we saw that with air power in terms of you've been getting something to market these days. And we went from almost everything coming out immediately to certain things being delayed or being out of stock to know, something not shipping. And that's something that's going to take either a lot of discipline to choose. Which shots you take or even more management to make sure those shots hit especially now where they sort of taken the mothballs off of MAC, and if people aren't familiar with how that works. You know, apple is still a very functional organization and their MAC team isn't the biggest not because they don't have money for it. But there's a limit to how many engineers will live in Cupertino, and how many engineers want to work on the MAC as opposed to I o s which is the most popular thing or iphones or the glasses or the car. Whatever comes next because some of the best people always want to work on the future, and they had a sort of their capacity that work on the MAC was limited for a while. And they've been really pushing to get that forward and they've maintained it for a couple of years. But can they keep doing that? And what's the cost of doing that to the alternate? It's just managing the company doing more things and doing those things that he bigger scale than ever is. I think the fundamental issue that they still have to deal with it. It's easy to we were talking about window management earlier. It's easy to say. Well, we'll how come they haven't fixed that yet? But. If you go back ten years, all they were doing was the MAC, or I guess more than ten years now. But the when that was the only focus of the company, I feel like that stuff got more attention just by the laws of nature, and now that's not true. And also, you go back like ten years, and you look at so one of the things I do whenever somebody says that, you know, the software's bad I go back and look at like the macrumors forums from six years ago. It's like the software is bad. It's the worst year ever apples falling apart. What's happening, and that's like a very human thing. Because if we couldn't experience current pain more acutely than previous pain, we would not function. But you go back, and you look at like, you know, Steve would like genie up the file the finder and then genius back down three or four times. Look at that beautiful animation, and our tolerance level I feel now like if Craig did that for even a second I feel like people immediately tweeting. Oh my God. What is apple doing? How come they're doing genie animations on a on a keynote, and I level of expectation and the competition and the other devices and the other features and the functional. And everything that we expect is so high now and just even even meeting even meeting those like two three events out of the year. I think is challenge for them now. So looking forward what are you most excited about in the next year? I think the thing that's exciting me. The most right now is not only did they get Johnny. Andrea from Google who was Google's head of search and AI. And he he wants to do very ethically. I and I think that's one of the reasons why he came to apples because they're they're doing machine learning and they're doing computer vision and they're doing natural language, but they're doing it in a way that's very privacy Centric, and they sort of built an organization around him. That reminds me of what John Johnny Saruji organization was ten years ago for silicon it feels like it came out of nowhere, but they very carefully. Got the best silicon engineers in the world and gave them not unlimited budget..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"I can imagine certainly not today or tomorrow, but one day air pods contain a w five or some other alpha numeric chipset that slip into our ears and through a combination of gestures and Siri or better yet Serio s. The clean slate protocol, sir screwed it's Christmas. Yes. Yes. Can stream music podcasts and audio book straight from the clouds and into our ears. Apple deleted, the three point five millimeter audio Jack and introduced air pods tiny little ear computers in the making disguised as wireless headphones. They have gone on to become a breakout success and one of Apple's best new products in years, and the memes so many so great, and I have a sneaky suspicion. They're only really just getting started. Welcome back. Glad to see you again. I'm Rene Ritchie, and this is vector. Now, I've already made a video rounding up all the rumors around the air pods to and the near future of the product in general been there we'll link below that what I want to talk about now is a future for air pods. That's not quite so near but I very much hope is coming as absolutely soon as possible along time ago, but not really so very far away. We had mainframes in our offices, and we. Had to drive there to do everything. Then we got home PC's. And while they couldn't do everything the mainframes could do at least on it. I they could do enough critical things to save us from having to drive all the way to the office all the time. Then we got phones and the same deal couldn't do everything the PC could. But could do enough important things everywhere to save us having to run back to our PC's to do everything. Now, we have watches, and again, they can't do as much as our phones, but they can do a few things conveniently enough that we don't even have to reach for our phones if we're walking around the house or office or running around or swimming outside clocks went from town squares to living rooms to pockets tourists and so two now have computers but watches never went into our ears and computers. Well, they already have alongside air pods. Apple introduced w one a wireless chip designed by Johnny Saruji platform technologies or the same team that makes the a-series chipsets for iphone and ipad s series for apple watch t series for max and the list increasingly goes. On and on w one is what let's air pods. Not just pairs so elegantly with IOS, but sink so damn near flawlessly with each other. They're literally tiny audio computers around which all the other sensors and components of the air pods. Depend apple has also made a w chip rather than the second generation silicon for air pods. It was made for the apple watch three its job wasn't pairing and sinking though, it was to make wireless as fast and power efficient as possible which was good. Because three was when the watch got the option for LT. Of course, W doesn't touch cellular at least not yet. Apple to the surprise of. Absolutely. No one has also been working on cellular modems for a few years already. Just last week. Reuters reported that apple had moved engineering responsibility for the technology from Dan reach ios hardware organization to you guessed it, Johnny Saruji silicon team that's for iphone because of course, it's for iphone everything is for phone for now. But apple never innovates in a silo, what starts with phone will inevitably spread across the line. Maybe one day even into airports. Upon a time apple mate, ipods. But then came iphone not really too obsolete them. But to converge them, Steve Jobs, even introduced it. Exactly. That way the first one. Is a wide screen ipod with touch controls. It connected to itunes like an ipod it even had an app called ipod for the first few years until the name was switched to music traditional ipods lingered for a while. But ultimately faded away one by one RIP, but the iphone especially as it got big and bigger wasn't really suited to be just an ipod at least not for everyone all the time. So when it was introduced an increasingly as it has evolved apple watch began to be called the new ipod, maybe more specifically, the new Nanno it just came with its own strap built right in its apt. Because with the addition of even limited LT. And you knew this was coming air pods. Apple watch has become the very model of a modern media. I applaud rather than transferring from itunes over a hard wire, though, it streams straight from apple music. And this is all only four years later. Imagine another four imagine ten the apple watch could one day become our iphone, and then what would become our apple watch air. Pots the type of technology needed to turn air pods into full. On wearable computers is right now the stuff of SCI fi. But so were the current air pods just a few years ago and apple watch just a few years before that getting a modem small enough to fit into something air pod. Like, we'll take just the kind of miracle. We've become all too accustomed to seeing Johnny Saruji team. Getting a battery that can handle powering the modem and the Mike and the speakers for any appreciable amount of time. Well, that'll take an even bigger or rather smaller miracle, but time and effort solves for so many things I can imagine certainly not today or tomorrow, but one day air pods contain a w five or some other alpha numeric chipset that slip into our ears and through a combination of gestures and Siri or better yet serious can stream music podcasts and audiobooks straight from the clouds and into our ears and a day or a few days after that when they can not only read to you all your messages and mail, send them for you at all, your reminders appointments but stream full on audio augmented reality. As well for everything from turn by turn mapping directions to interactive fitness workouts. Yeah, I like I pods then like her like Jarvis. Our phones are already external Cybernetics are watches, wearable. Borg tech our pods. The next most minimize most proximate step at least until things stop being so external. But that's how the future happens bit by bit day by day, including Mickey yourselves smarter with brilliant in just five minutes, a day brilliant provides you with the context and frameworks that you need to tackle a specific problem could be code logic neural networks machine, learning, math, whatever the important thing is that you learn the concepts by applying them if you like the problem and wanna learn more. There's a course quiz. It explores the same concept in greater detail. These thought provoking challenges they lead you from curiosity. The mastery one day at a time in no time. And the I two hundred of you will get twenty percents off the annual subscription to view all the problems in the archive. So what are you waiting for go to brilliant dot org slash vector and finish your day smarter every day, thanks brilliant. And thanks to all of you for supporting the show. I know it feels like the future is always coming but never quite arriving. 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"johnny saruji" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on The MacCast

"Company is moving forward with wider development of Thomas systems and technologies apples statement said that some of the groups are being moved to other projects in other parts of the company where they will support things like machine, learning and other initiatives. So many of the reports. That I was reading reciting about two hundred employees being quote laid off from the project. It's not really clear if all of those folks were laid off just based on Apple's statement, some of those employees might have been let go or merely have been reassigned to other project. So we really don't know at this point. But we definitely know for sure they were doing some sort of restructuring and apple has number of times. This isn't anything new confirmed that they do have an Atanas systems group working on some sort of new technologies where we will see those deployed and how apple will use them is really unknown at this point. It really is a research and development project. We've of course, heard inklings and rumors that we've talked about here on the MAC cast everything from apple developing systems to sell to other car manufacturers to building their own fully autonomous vehicles. In just about everything in between. So it's in their future plans. Will they come out with some sort of consumer product or will be something more internal that remains to be seen? Another somewhat related story is Apple's senior vice president of hardware technologies. Johnny saruji. He we had reported last week was supposedly in the running to possibly be eating next CEO for Intel. There was no confirmed report of that. And this week the motley fool has reported that the answer is no he's not being considered as a candidate by Intel and Johnny himself had told his staff that he had quote, no plans to leave apple. So I think the story got a little bit conflated idea. I think there's a likely chance that Intel was considering him as a possible candidate. I don't think. They officially or formally asked him. And as I sit on the last episode of the MAC cast. I think even if they had his response would have been exactly the same as what he reportedly gave to his staff, which is heck, no, he's in charge of apples chip development group, and they are just rocking it, and it just seems like an exciting place to be and I'm not really sure he why he wanna leave want to leave other than maybe if it was just purely for money and title, and so far he doesn't seem to have come off as that kind of person. I think he's more interested in the technology and what he is working on than any sort of given title. And I I would go out on a limb. I don't know what his salary is. But I'm guessing that apple probably compensates him pretty well, regardless. It's good to know that officially he saying. Nope. I am staying here at apple. And you know, apple has potential plans to be doing chips for. For next generation max. And I think that's an a very exciting thing to be working on..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on The MacCast

The MacCast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on The MacCast

"But nonetheless, I do think you can gain some interesting insights by looking at the stuff. I think he'd be hard pressed to find anybody in the tech industry who would disagree with you. If you said that apple has a killer chip design team, creating amazing amazing processors to in some incredible stuff. I mean, the ace series processors are best in class when it comes to so many things and apple also has all their cool integrated processors like the w one which enables the technology in the air pause t to security chip, they are just killing it over there. And those chip teams have been guided by apple senior, vice president of hardware technologies. Johnny Saruji and apples chip partner on the MAC as you probably know is Intel while Intel back about seven months ago lost their CEO when he resigned and they've been looking for a replacement this week. Axios claims that Apple's Serology is on their list. Now, we don't even know if if Intel is actually reached out to Serology or even if he has any interest in becoming the CEO of Intel, but he did work at Intel from nineteen ninety two two thousand and five before coming to aptly also worked at IBM. Obviously, a smart guy been around in the chip industry and the hardware industry for a while. But I find it hard to believe that he might be interested. I think this is just the kind of thing where he's on a shortlist maybe at Intel, but if they came calling I think they'd have a hard time pulling him away from that incredible team over there, and leading that now never say never because of course, a CEO job is a lot of esteem in probably lace bump in pay. So I guess they could probably pull them away from apple. But. Intel the, you know, if you look at what's going on with their chips, it's been pretty stale as of late, you know, little iterative improvements. Not a lot of interesting fun things going on. I guess maybe there's the potential that he could jump in their CEO and changed things up a little bit. But honestly, I can't imagine why he'd want to again beyond the esteem in pay really leave apple when they're just rock in it. When it comes to chip stuff. So it'll be interesting to see what happens, you know. They do need to see over there at Intel if they can pull this guy away from apple I think that would be a major coup so kudos to them if they pull it off. But again, I don't see it happening. We are pretty much expecting apple to announce their new video streaming service. Some time in twenty nineteen I'm feeling like it's going to be this spring. So in the first half twenty nineteen and we've been getting a lot of news surrounding what the apple worldwide video team has been up to this week is no exception. We've got a bunch of stories coming up this week. So we're just gonna kinda rapid fire through them. The first up is there deal with film studio. Eight twenty four looks like they are going to be doing a project called on the rocks. This is according to variety. It's going to be directed by Sofia Coppola who is also writing the script and it will star Bill Murray and Rashida Jones. The film is supposedly about a woman who reconnects with her playboy father on a trip to New York and it. It is apparently the first film to come out of a multi year, non exclusive partnership deal that apple reportedly made with a twenty four back in November..

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Connected

Connected

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Connected

"Have a fun episode for everyone this week. We're going to be joined in a little while by Tyler stone towers in credible creator. He's going to teach us how to edit photographs on I always devices. So I think that's going to be a lot of fun. I wish him the best of luck. I Tyler in the green room waiting because we have to talk about follow up, and I'm just gonna go ahead and call it. I think twenty nineteen could be the year Steven that's a bit of an exaggeration for one rumor of the college of semen, but go ahead. I don't wanna I don't wanna kill your excitement. Please explain why you're you. So. So I had I had to pick last week, and it is a non graded pick. So I mean, it's the year of non graded Stephen, I guess, and my pick was that someone on the apple executive webpage would be gone into nineteen. I don't know who just feels like that could be a shakeup and lo and behold, there's a rumor that Intel could be looking at an apple executive. Everybody's favorite executive Janis Rouzi who is senior vice president of hardware technologies and ample is currently being according to axios is at the top of the list Intel's potential, but like you can be on a list. He's going there anything it's like, you know, what Johnny Saruji is actually on the top of my list to be my next podcast co host. So I mean for that. But this would make such great sense for Intel. So think about until their CEO got booted out because he had a relationship with an employee, which is not a great, look they are desperately behind especially in mobile and who's the leader of that apple and who's the leader of that apple are frontier, Johnny like, this is would be really different. There's a lot of them. Another reason to Johnny who have h how your member him? He's also one in which is hilarious to me. I've never seen Johnny with a hatred. One end. Maybe it's John. Why is John John y John why would be a great hire for Intel? This makes ton of sense if they could lose weight from apple, but if they could be a huge win for until it would also be a huge if they hired Tim cook. Right. But he's not this guy. Build them race. Maybe I want the list. I have some personal news hashtag, personal news. Leave the leave it or on Intel just go in there. Jarred. They've been so impressed with what I've done with our podcast network. They said the skills are basically the same to run a podcast, I work, and they'll sound chip manufacturer soulmate sent pug const that is how -ympia threes or formed. Yeah. So it's something to keep an eye on it'd be huge for both companies as to point it out. Also want to point out that as promised on last week's episode. I wrote about the Intel developer transition kit that went up on MAC stories today on Wednesday. So I mentioned this weirdo. Mac that you can buy developer that he had sent it back, and it was g five but had Intel in it. But not until chip that ended up in any shipping. Max of weird version of tiger. Anyways, super weird, computer. We talked about on the show last weeks. I wanna follow up and write about it this month. Amac stories, and you can read that. And it's it's a pretty wild story that made this machine for developers and it's out. There and go go read about is one of those things when I read it. I couldn't believe that I had no idea listing existed like this weird, computer. And if you take a look at the photo that you were able to using the story it's super we are because it's basically empty inside like half of these of the structure is a news. And it's so weird and amazing that apple required developers to send back the unit, but some of them as you mentioned in the story ended up stealing the hands of the person some folks around the world, and they show up on online auctions, and those kinds of places every once in a while and today on Twitter, I saw somebody saying that they have a friend will seal has one of these computers back, you know, from the days of Seve jobs back at apple super weird super interesting, and you sort of I like how you in your conclusion try to suggest maybe a similar Saturday could be used for..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on iMore

iMore

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on iMore

"But for anyone in everyone interested in any of the products or features apple makes available. I'm sure apple sees it as an investment as playing the long game, which is rare enough in the tech sector. But for everyone in the community is not a game at all is a chance to learn new real skills. They can use for the rest of their lives. Maybe even use to start new lives. Apple has had a performance team for a long time part of their jobs is to carry older devices running upcoming operating systems engineers have often carried older devices as well partially because they have family members on those devices, and they want them to have as good and experience as possible. But every year as launch lease. To crunch like anything that isn't a specific focus. It ends up getting lost as push comes to ship. This year, though, performance wasn't just a specific focus. It was the headline feature for IOS twelve. We are doubling down on performance. The goal of IOS twelve was to make iphone and ipad, faster and more responsive. Not just uncovered generation twenty seventeen and twenty eight thousand hardware, but on up to five generations going back to twenty thirteen in an industry where many vendors struggle don't even bother to ship. The latest software and non flagship devices still sometimes never see a single update at all never mind updates going back half a decade. That's a significant commitment from apple and a huge value. Add for customers. Apple literally took the best and the brightest engineers, the ones who make the underpinnings of the system and in any other year would be leading the charge to push out new features and had them spend their time improving the performance of the existing frameworks or technologies instead, and that's always a risk, especially when Google is the competition, and they're. Spinning up terrific new features year after year as well. It was an effort that went from Johnny Saruji silicon team to Craig Federica springboard, and you get engineers to the core of Lisa Jackson's environmental and sustainability policies, and it really paid off even in the first betas older devices worked better now, six months later and three months post release, and even the oldest of the older devices are running quicker and better than they have in years..

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"johnny saruji" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"johnny saruji" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Apple has done a lot of wheeling and dealing in the relatively reason past summer deals in the past few days while at least one deal happened close to a year ago, but as just now being made public will work our way through starting with a tie up between apple and dialogue. Sammy macrumors says, apple is finalized a business agreement with dialog semiconductor delicensed. It's iphone power management technology and transfer technical assets in a deal worth six hundred million dollars. It's a happier story for the chipmaker than many had expected in early twenty seventeen rumor and speculation that apple simply walking away from dialogue to design its own power management solution. That speculation seemed to be confirmed by dialogue itself. Later in two thousand seventeen when the firm said apple might just give it the slip. Instead, the recently announced deal has apple buying some of. Dialogs assets and hiring three hundred of its staff in research and development. Speaking of the deal, the tech crunch, apple, senior VP of hardware technologies, Johnny Saruji, said dialogue has deep expertise and chip development, and we are thrilled to have this talented group of engineers who've long supported our products now working directly for apple. A relationship with dialogue goes all the way back to the early iphones and we look forward to continuing this long standing relationship with them. Done and not quite done. The deal still has to meet regulatory approval, assuming it does. It's expected the close in the first half of twenty nineteen apples made another interesting a r. play any way it could be an a. r. play. Another piece from macrumors says, the Cupertino company has picked up Danish computer vision startup spectral. According to the peace. Spectral has developed technology that can intelligently separate people and objects from their original backgrounds in photos and videos and overlay a new background resulting in what's called a cutout solution.

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