post on Jonathan Ive in which he stated something along the line that what he is currently working on for Apple is his most interesting and his most important that he has done thus far.
Hmmm.... if that's the case, than Apple's stock could start looking rather interesting indeed. After all, this is the man who's iconic designs have helped, as much as anything else, to make Apple the dynamo that it is today, and it is that dynamism that has made its stock and market capitation what it is today as well..... humongous!
Seriously, what could be better than Ive's original see-through iMacs, or his sexy and still current all-in-one iMacs, or his luscious MacBook Pros, Mac Book Air, or his trendy iPhone 4S? I've's designs pretty much sets the bar these days for just about any product that he sets his hand on, so if he says that future Apple products are most likely the most most important that he has ever worked on, than I, for one, just can't wait to see what this design guru has got up his sleeve.
As the Verge mention, it's indeed easy to think that Ive is referring to Apple's so-called and much rumored about iTV, but than again it could just as easily be about something else, including Apple's next generation of iPhones, iPods, or Macs, or maybe even about something completely different and something that we know absolutely nothing about as of yet.
Next month is when Apple will be holding its next WWDC event, so maybe, just maybe we'll get to see some of what Jonny is talking about. At least I hope that we will, and personally, I'm rather betting on it, and I believe it will most likely include Apple's next 15 inch MacBook Pro which should come in looking and feeling considerably lighter and slimmer, and much more along the lines of the current and trend setting MacBook Air, but also sporting the same type of mind-blowing Retina Display as the new iPad.
As pointed out by AppleInsider, you can get more insight on some of Ive's remarks by reading Part One and Part Two of a recent interview that The Telegraph's conducted with Mr. Ives.
In conclusion, I don't really know for sure what Jonny has been cooking up in the kitchen lately, but I do know for sure that he's probably the best dang-tooting designer in the world bar none, and based on his past designs, than I think it's safe to say that his future designs could easily be his most important work yet, and I'm taking his word the what Apple has on the old drawing board will be its best work ever, what that might be.
And that's my 2 cents 4 this Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Mr. Ive's official Apple portrait via: Apple