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Apple Loses Serlet, Key Mac OS X Executive

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 03-24-2011 Print
Top Mac OS X exec Bertrand Serlet is leaving Apple just months before the release of Mac OS X Lion. Apple announced that Craig Federighi will be promoted from VP to senior VP of Mac OS engineering.

Apple announced March 23 that Bertrand Serlet, its senior vice president of Mac software engineering, is leaving the company. Taking his place will be Craig Federighi, currently Apple's vice president of Mac software engineering and presumably the next in command under Serlet.

Apple is losing its top Mac OS X executive just months before the computer giant is expected to release the next version of the PC operating system, dubbed Mac OS X Lion.

Apple didn't say exactly when Serlet would be leaving, why he's going or what new position he has lined up. In a statement, Serlet indicated that he's looking to shift his focus.


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