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Vipin Jain 2021-10-20
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Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering - 'Craig Federighi' proclaims that iPhone is indispensable, and IOS 15 makes it even more insightful.

Sharing experiences in real-time helps users stay connected, offers new tools to reduce distraction, helps them 'focus' uses intelligence to enhance the photo experience, and upgrading maps to enhance the experience.

There are updates to FaceTime, discover information, enhanced on-device intelligence, reduces distraction, and many more ways of using Maps, Weather, Wallet and more.

Sneak in for an overview of iOS 15 features!

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Sam Gibson 2021-05-19
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Apple's head of software engineering, Craig Federighi, says malware on Macs has hit "unacceptable" levels.
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Stephen Somogyi 2021-05-19
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Apple's head of software engineering, Craig Federighi, says malware on Macs has hit "unacceptable" levels.
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Jennifer Ervin 2021-05-19
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Apple's Craig Federighi revealed during the company's ongoing legal battle with Epic that there are 10 times as many iPhone users as there are Mac users.
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Adam Amie 2021-03-21
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Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook and software chief Craig Federighi are among the technology giant’s top executives who may testify in its trial versus Epic Games
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Trisha Lewis 2017-09-02

An anonymous reader shares a report: Apple has updated its executive leadership page to acknowledge that software engineering chief Craig Federighi now officially oversees development of Siri.

The responsibility previously belonged to Apple's services chief Eddy Cue.

"Craig Federighi is Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering, reporting to CEO Tim Cook.

Craig oversees the development of iOS, macOS, and Siri.

His teams are responsible for delivering the software at the heart of Apple's innovative products, including the user interface, applications and frameworks," Apple says.

Apple's leadership page is only now reflecting Federighi's role as head of Siri, but the transition has been apparent for several months, based on recent interviews and stage appearances at Apple's keynotes.

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Marc Leonard 2017-09-14
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When the Apple-top Craig Federighi would show up skrytfunktionen face id, everything went wrong.

Apple now provides an explanation for the crash.

Now, we may use a backup system in place, exclaimed a surprised Craig Federighi when the face id feature didn't work during the demo earlier in the week.

Then he picked up a new Iphone X phone in order to complete the demonstration.

In the new Iphone X, Apple has replaced the fingerprint sensor with the new face id.

That is to say that the user unlock the phone by face scanned in 3d with the help of an infrared camera and a set of sensors that are available on the phone's front.

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Marcel Carroll 2017-10-21

Craig Federighi is the second Apple-head to answer läsarmejl (leaking to the press) this week.

this time, reports Macrumors that Apple's head of software development Craig Federighi responded to a curious reader's question about a possible October event.

Mejlfrågan was short and good”, we Get to see an October event in the year?” The answer from Federighi was, freely translated: ”I think we have ’Keynote:at’ clear for this season :-)”

No great surprise should this not be, then October will soon be over.

The three Apple products that are still waiting for a launch, the Iphone X, Homepod and Imac Pro has already been presented in their respective event.

Last year, Apple had a Mac event in October, when a new generation of Macbook Pro was launched.

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Bessie Scavotto 2018-06-04
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Apple is finally bringing "grouped notifications" to iPhones on the next generation of its operating system, iOS 12, which drops later this year.

Grouped notifications save space on your screen by grouping together new alerts according to content and app; it's a capability that will sound familiar to Android users.

The update was announced by Apple Senior VP of software engineering Craig Federighi during the 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple's annual multi-day conference.

Apple just announced it's changing the way iPhone users see notifications on their lock screens: When iOS 12 comes out later this year, notifications will be grouped up by app.

With grouped notifications, the alert cards will lay on top of one another to "give you help managing large numbers of notifications," said vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi.

He showed off the new notifications during the keynote at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference.

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Robert Flenard 2018-06-05
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In a new interview with Wired, Apple software chief Craig Federighi explained why he's against the idea of Apple making a touchscreen MacBook.

Federighi said he thinks using a touchscreen Mac would be "fatiguing" and called popular touchscreen laptops "experiments."

The closest Apple has come to a touchscreen MacBook is the Touch Bar it added to the MacBook Pro's keyboard, which Apple sells as an upgrade and many have regarded as an inessential feature.

It's highly unlikely we'll be getting a touchscreen MacBook anytime in the near future.

In a new interview with Wired's Lauren Goode, Apple's software chief Craig Federighi explained why he's against making a touchscreen iMac or MacBook.

"We really feel that the ergonomics of using a Mac are that your hands are rested on a surface, and that lifting your arm up to poke a screen is a pretty fatiguing thing to do," Federighi said.

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Thomas Musick 2021-05-24
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Trashing your desktop OS to save the iOS walled garden – it's a bold strategy. Let's see if it pays off for 'em

Apple's software supremo Craig Federighi on Wednesday condemned the security of macOS in an astonishing attempt to defend the walled garden that is the iOS App Store.…

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Mattie Wright 2016-06-13
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Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, shows off "optimized storage" in the updated iCloud Drive.

The updated version of iCloud Drive will automatically store your Mac s older documents in the cloud, Apple officials announced Monday, making room on your hard drive for new and recently used files.

The changes were announced by Craig Federighi, Apple s senior vice president of software engineering, during the WWDC 2016 keynote speech.

The update iCloud will be available with the macOS update appears in the fall.

The iCloud update will offer an optimized storage feature that also automatically dumps trash, cleans up old caches, and removes other redundant data to help preserve storage on your Mac; a demo of the feature showed it taking a computer with 20GB of free space and increasing that to 150 GB of free space.

iCloud will also make it possible for users to share items on their Mac desktops to other Macs, as well as to their iPhones.

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Barry Polanco 2021-06-07
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Apple today introduced the next version iPadOS with more widgets and a better multitasking system. The announcement was by Apple SVP, Craig Federighi at Apple’s annual developer’s conference, WWDC21. The features announced today are welcomed updates, but fall short from the major rework the iPad sorely deserves. The new iPad features come in addition to […]
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Mike Estes 2021-05-19
Key Speakers At The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)

The antitrust case between Apple and Epic continued today, and it brought Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, to the stand. Federighi’s mission was pretty clear from the outset: to extol the security benefits that come with iOS’s walled-off ecosystem and warn of the dangers that would come with breaking the App Store model.

But in building that argument, Federighi also made some surprisingly blunt concessions about security on macOS.

“If you took Mac security techniques and applied them to the iOS ecosystem, with all those devices, all that value, it would get run over to a degree dramatically worse than is already happening on the Mac,” Federighi said in the testimony. “And as I say, today, we have...

Continue reading…

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Thomas Jones 2016-11-18
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Earlier this week, Apple let go of Sal Soghoian, who was the company s Product Manager of Automation Technologies—meaning he was responsible for AppleScript and Automator.

The news about Soghoian, who worked at Apple for nearly 20 years, raised concern in the Mac community that Apple no longer was interested in automation features in macOS.

Maybe the latest news from Apple will help ease the concerned.

According to 9to5Mac, one of its readers sent an email to Apple Senior VP Craig Federighi about the future of macOS automation.

The reader received the following response and forwarded it to 9to5Mac, which has verified the email:

We have every intent to continue our support for the great automation technologies in macOS!

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Paul Mize 2017-09-14
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What was your highlight of Apple’s iPhone event?

Perhaps it was Jony Ive’s voice coming out of a poop animoji, or Craig Federighi enthusiastically clucking like a chicken.

For many people, the most memorable moment came when a live demonstration of the new Face ID system failed to work.

But according to Apple, the security feature "did what it was designed to do."

As senior vice president of Software Engineering Federighi picked up the $999 iPhone X, he announced that "unlocking it is as easy as looking at it and swiping up."

But things aren’t always as simple as they seem - the handset failed to unlock.

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Vipin Jain 2021-10-20
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Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering - 'Craig Federighi' proclaims that iPhone is indispensable, and IOS 15 makes it even more insightful.

Sharing experiences in real-time helps users stay connected, offers new tools to reduce distraction, helps them 'focus' uses intelligence to enhance the photo experience, and upgrading maps to enhance the experience.

There are updates to FaceTime, discover information, enhanced on-device intelligence, reduces distraction, and many more ways of using Maps, Weather, Wallet and more.

Sneak in for an overview of iOS 15 features!

Stephen Somogyi 2021-05-19
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Apple's head of software engineering, Craig Federighi, says malware on Macs has hit "unacceptable" levels.
Adam Amie 2021-03-21
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Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook and software chief Craig Federighi are among the technology giant’s top executives who may testify in its trial versus Epic Games
Marc Leonard 2017-09-14
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When the Apple-top Craig Federighi would show up skrytfunktionen face id, everything went wrong.

Apple now provides an explanation for the crash.

Now, we may use a backup system in place, exclaimed a surprised Craig Federighi when the face id feature didn't work during the demo earlier in the week.

Then he picked up a new Iphone X phone in order to complete the demonstration.

In the new Iphone X, Apple has replaced the fingerprint sensor with the new face id.

That is to say that the user unlock the phone by face scanned in 3d with the help of an infrared camera and a set of sensors that are available on the phone's front.

Bessie Scavotto 2018-06-04
img

Apple is finally bringing "grouped notifications" to iPhones on the next generation of its operating system, iOS 12, which drops later this year.

Grouped notifications save space on your screen by grouping together new alerts according to content and app; it's a capability that will sound familiar to Android users.

The update was announced by Apple Senior VP of software engineering Craig Federighi during the 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple's annual multi-day conference.

Apple just announced it's changing the way iPhone users see notifications on their lock screens: When iOS 12 comes out later this year, notifications will be grouped up by app.

With grouped notifications, the alert cards will lay on top of one another to "give you help managing large numbers of notifications," said vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi.

He showed off the new notifications during the keynote at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference.

Thomas Musick 2021-05-24
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Trashing your desktop OS to save the iOS walled garden – it's a bold strategy. Let's see if it pays off for 'em

Apple's software supremo Craig Federighi on Wednesday condemned the security of macOS in an astonishing attempt to defend the walled garden that is the iOS App Store.…

Barry Polanco 2021-06-07
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Apple today introduced the next version iPadOS with more widgets and a better multitasking system. The announcement was by Apple SVP, Craig Federighi at Apple’s annual developer’s conference, WWDC21. The features announced today are welcomed updates, but fall short from the major rework the iPad sorely deserves. The new iPad features come in addition to […]
Thomas Jones 2016-11-18
img

Earlier this week, Apple let go of Sal Soghoian, who was the company s Product Manager of Automation Technologies—meaning he was responsible for AppleScript and Automator.

The news about Soghoian, who worked at Apple for nearly 20 years, raised concern in the Mac community that Apple no longer was interested in automation features in macOS.

Maybe the latest news from Apple will help ease the concerned.

According to 9to5Mac, one of its readers sent an email to Apple Senior VP Craig Federighi about the future of macOS automation.

The reader received the following response and forwarded it to 9to5Mac, which has verified the email:

We have every intent to continue our support for the great automation technologies in macOS!

Sam Gibson 2021-05-19
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Apple's head of software engineering, Craig Federighi, says malware on Macs has hit "unacceptable" levels.
Jennifer Ervin 2021-05-19
img
Apple's Craig Federighi revealed during the company's ongoing legal battle with Epic that there are 10 times as many iPhone users as there are Mac users.
Trisha Lewis 2017-09-02

An anonymous reader shares a report: Apple has updated its executive leadership page to acknowledge that software engineering chief Craig Federighi now officially oversees development of Siri.

The responsibility previously belonged to Apple's services chief Eddy Cue.

"Craig Federighi is Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering, reporting to CEO Tim Cook.

Craig oversees the development of iOS, macOS, and Siri.

His teams are responsible for delivering the software at the heart of Apple's innovative products, including the user interface, applications and frameworks," Apple says.

Apple's leadership page is only now reflecting Federighi's role as head of Siri, but the transition has been apparent for several months, based on recent interviews and stage appearances at Apple's keynotes.

Marcel Carroll 2017-10-21

Craig Federighi is the second Apple-head to answer läsarmejl (leaking to the press) this week.

this time, reports Macrumors that Apple's head of software development Craig Federighi responded to a curious reader's question about a possible October event.

Mejlfrågan was short and good”, we Get to see an October event in the year?” The answer from Federighi was, freely translated: ”I think we have ’Keynote:at’ clear for this season :-)”

No great surprise should this not be, then October will soon be over.

The three Apple products that are still waiting for a launch, the Iphone X, Homepod and Imac Pro has already been presented in their respective event.

Last year, Apple had a Mac event in October, when a new generation of Macbook Pro was launched.

Robert Flenard 2018-06-05
img

In a new interview with Wired, Apple software chief Craig Federighi explained why he's against the idea of Apple making a touchscreen MacBook.

Federighi said he thinks using a touchscreen Mac would be "fatiguing" and called popular touchscreen laptops "experiments."

The closest Apple has come to a touchscreen MacBook is the Touch Bar it added to the MacBook Pro's keyboard, which Apple sells as an upgrade and many have regarded as an inessential feature.

It's highly unlikely we'll be getting a touchscreen MacBook anytime in the near future.

In a new interview with Wired's Lauren Goode, Apple's software chief Craig Federighi explained why he's against making a touchscreen iMac or MacBook.

"We really feel that the ergonomics of using a Mac are that your hands are rested on a surface, and that lifting your arm up to poke a screen is a pretty fatiguing thing to do," Federighi said.

Mattie Wright 2016-06-13
img

Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, shows off "optimized storage" in the updated iCloud Drive.

The updated version of iCloud Drive will automatically store your Mac s older documents in the cloud, Apple officials announced Monday, making room on your hard drive for new and recently used files.

The changes were announced by Craig Federighi, Apple s senior vice president of software engineering, during the WWDC 2016 keynote speech.

The update iCloud will be available with the macOS update appears in the fall.

The iCloud update will offer an optimized storage feature that also automatically dumps trash, cleans up old caches, and removes other redundant data to help preserve storage on your Mac; a demo of the feature showed it taking a computer with 20GB of free space and increasing that to 150 GB of free space.

iCloud will also make it possible for users to share items on their Mac desktops to other Macs, as well as to their iPhones.

Mike Estes 2021-05-19
Key Speakers At The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)

The antitrust case between Apple and Epic continued today, and it brought Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, to the stand. Federighi’s mission was pretty clear from the outset: to extol the security benefits that come with iOS’s walled-off ecosystem and warn of the dangers that would come with breaking the App Store model.

But in building that argument, Federighi also made some surprisingly blunt concessions about security on macOS.

“If you took Mac security techniques and applied them to the iOS ecosystem, with all those devices, all that value, it would get run over to a degree dramatically worse than is already happening on the Mac,” Federighi said in the testimony. “And as I say, today, we have...

Continue reading…

Paul Mize 2017-09-14
img

What was your highlight of Apple’s iPhone event?

Perhaps it was Jony Ive’s voice coming out of a poop animoji, or Craig Federighi enthusiastically clucking like a chicken.

For many people, the most memorable moment came when a live demonstration of the new Face ID system failed to work.

But according to Apple, the security feature "did what it was designed to do."

As senior vice president of Software Engineering Federighi picked up the $999 iPhone X, he announced that "unlocking it is as easy as looking at it and swiping up."

But things aren’t always as simple as they seem - the handset failed to unlock.