Henri Lamiraux, Vice- President of Engineering for the iOS operating system , has left Apple. His tenure at Apple lasted for 23 years, according to a report by 9to5mac. Apple is yet to comment on the latest development.
According to 9to5mac, Henri Lamiraux has confirmed his departure to the publication. He actually left Apple a "couple of weeks ago". The senior executive left the company immediately after the official release of iOS 7.0.3 update was released few days back. The reveal was made by Lamiraux himself via his Linkedin profile.
Lamiraux was in charge of developing the applications for the iOS mobile OS. "The executive also led feature-implementation across the operating system, and he managed both bug-fixing processes and feature distribution to consumers. He also managed the frameworks within the operating system that power features and allow developers to build applications", reports 9to5mac.
Moreover, Lamiraux used to work with Craig Federighi, who became Senior Vice President for both iOS and Max OS last fall.
Lamiraux was a well known face within Apple. The executive also shared good relations with App developers. He started his carrier as Mac software engineer. In the span of 23 years, the executive worked as a Mac software engineering manager, director of software engineering for iOS, and senior director of engineering for iOS. He was handling iOS team, since 2005.
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