Apple's longtime head of marketing is stepping aside, marking the 3rd high-profile leadership shakeup at the company in the last 18 months
- Apple's longtime head of marketing,
Phil Schiller, is stepping aside, Appleannounced Tuesday.
- Schiller will remain at the company as an Apple Fellow, while another longtime employee,
Greg Joswiak, takes his place.
- The change marks the third high-profile leadership shakeup since early 2019 and comes as Apple is facing government scrutiny over its App Store practices.
Phil Schiller, Apple's longtime head of marketing, is stepping aside from his role at the company, Apple announced Tuesday.
Apple said Schiller will remain at the company as an Apple Fellow, continuing to lead Apple's events and the App Store. Greg Joswiak, another longtime employee in Apple's product marketing division, will take over Schiller's previous role as senior vice president of worldwide marketing.Schiller has worked at Apple since 1987, and said in a statement that the move to a Fellow role is due to "planned changes in my life," as he recently turned 60 and wants to "make some time in the years ahead for my family, friends, and a few personal projects I care deeply about."
The shift in Schiller's role marks the third leadership shakeup at Apple since early 2019. Apple's former head of retail,
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