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It was reported late yesterday that Jony Ive, Apple's Senior Vice President of Design, was honored as a "San Francisco Treasure" by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art who described Ive as the most influential designer in the world.


Investment banker Charles Schwab who attended the event, stated that San Francisco is arguably one of the design capitals of the world and that Apple leads the parade in technology design.


Jony briefly spoke about the new Apple Watch and stated that he thought it was the beginning of a very important category with every bone in his body. In March, Ive stated that "We are at the beginning of a remarkable time, when a remarkable number of products will be developed."




Later during the event's dinner, Ive appeared to be recounting the testimony of someone who was testing the Apple Watch who said "Wow, do you know what I just did? I set the alarm in the morning, and it woke just me by tapping my wrist. It didn't wake my wife or my baby." Ive looking out at the guests before him simply stated "Isn't that fantastic?" You could read more about this at Re/code.


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