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Apple has tapped a former Facebook executive to head up its online services, website, and customer support infrastructure.
It was first learned in late October that Apple’s Chief Information Officer, Mary Demby, would retiring after three decades. At the time, it wasn’t clear who would replace her.
Now, it seems the tech giant has figured out who will step into the role — Timothy Campos.
Campos held the same role for six years at Facebook, now Meta, from 2010 until 2016. As Bloomberg points out, he also co-founded Woven, a calendar app that was acquired by Slack in 2021.
He had posted on his LinkedIn profile that he is “getting ready for something new” but did not disclose the position. According to Bloomberg, a spokesperson for Apple confirmed the new hire.