Phil Schiller, a friend of Jobs and one of the main ideologists of the company, has left the post of the head of Apple marketing.

Phil Schiller, a friend of Jobs and one of the main ideologists of the company, has left the post of the head of Apple marketing.


Apple and industry legend Phil Schiller will step down as senior vice president of marketing for the company to be replaced by one of his deputies, Greg Joswiak. Apple announced this on Tuesday, August 4.

Schiller will continue to work in the company in another position, becoming Apple Advisor – an honorary employee who has made outstanding technical and leadership contributions to the development of the company. Only 10 people are Apple advisors… Among them, for example, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and engineer Bill Atkinson. Schiller joined Apple in 1987.

Schiller will continue to run the App Store, Apple events, and will report solely to Tim Cook. He explained the change of his position by the desire to spend more time with family and friends.

“I will continue my work here as long as I need it. There is a lot of work, but I would also like to have time for my family and friends, as well as personal projects. “Schiller said in a statement to Apple.

Greg Josviak

Greg Josviak

Greg Josviak, who will take over as Schiller, has worked at Apple in leadership positions in Apple product marketing for over 20 years. He was responsible for advertising campaigns for iPods, iPhones and other Apple devices.

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