Jeff Williams (Apple)
|Alma mater||North Carolina State University (BS)|
Duke University (MBA)
|Occupation||COO of Apple |
Williams joined Apple in 1998 as head of worldwide procurement and in 2004 he was named vice president of Operations. In 2007, he played a significant role in Apple's entry into the mobile phone market with the launch of the iPhone, and he has led worldwide operations for iPod and iPhone since that time. Prior to Apple, Williams worked for the IBM Corporation from 1985 to 1998 in a number of operations and engineering roles. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University and an MBA from Duke University. Williams attended Jesse O. Sanderson High School in Raleigh, NC. 
On 27 June 2019, with the announcement that Jony Ive was leaving Apple to form independent design company with Apple as client, it was noted that design team leaders Evans Hankey, vice president of Industrial Design, and Alan Dye, vice president of Human Interface Design, will report to Jeff Williams.
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