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Apple taps Israeli-Arab as VP

Apple's leadership page was updated with 14 news names, up from nine

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Global tech giant Apple has updated the leadership page on its official website to include five new vice presidents, one of them being Johny Srouji, an Israeli-Arab who is a graduate of the Technion, Israel’s Institute of Technology.

Srouji serves as the vice president of Hardware Technologies at Apple and reports to CEO Tim Cook.

Srouji, a former resident of Haifa, “leads all custom silicon architecture and development, covering a wide range of devices and technologies.”

Before joining Apple in 2008, Srouji held senior positions at Intel and IBM.

He earned both a his first and second degrees in computer science from Technion.