Why Jony Ive is leaving Apple, 5G takeover predictions
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After the news that Apple Design Chief, John Ive was out, a Wall Street Journal report says that Ive grew frustrated with CEO, Tim Cook over the years.
The report says Cook was more focused on business operations that the product design process.
Which as a result caused it to distance himself.
I will start an independent design firm and keep Apple as a primary client.
According to researchers analysis, 5g phones will outsell their 4g counterparts by 2023.
It's predicted that this takeover will be led by China.
The country is hosting many major 5g equipment suppliers and smartphone vendors.
When we do hit that 2023 changeover expect North America to make up just under 19% of 5g market share.
And finally, the Prime Day set to start later in the month.
There are already deals to be had in the smartwatch and fitness tracker department.
Some deals are available ahead of fourth of July sales, like a small discount on the Fitbit Charge 3, $80 off Apple watch series 3 and much more.
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