Apple had a lot to share with its fans during the Spring Loaded event last night. In addition to exciting product launches, including
a new iMac, iPad Pro, and more, the company focused more on the presentation aspect of the entire program.
This is why we saw Apple CEO Tim Cook performing a stunt like Tom Cruise.
This is why we saw a concerted effort towards diversity and inclusion in Apple’s presentation.
Notably, Navpreet Kaloty, Apple’s engineering program manager, attracted the attention of Indians after the incident.
Kaloty looks after Mac architecture at Apple, and at the Spring Loaded event, he introduced camera capabilities to the world on the new iMac.
If you saw the event, you would say that Dashing Navpreet pulled it off really well.
Apple executives are now gaining worldwide recognition for their cool and attractive camera presence during launch.
But apart from what we see on the launch video, who is Navpreet Kaloty, and how did he become the first Sikh to come to the Apple launch event? Here is a look.
Navpreet Kaloty: Getting to know the man
From what can be gathered from his online presence, Navpreet works with Apple as an engineering program manager at his Cupertino headquarters.
The deduction can be made from the fact that he currently lives in the city of Cupertino, California.
This would probably have made them available for Apple Spring Loaded Presentation to record entirely at Apple Park.
This is Navpreet’s fifth year working with Apple on its current designation. Before joining Tech major in May 2016,
he worked at Tesla for nearly a year with the product management team for operational excellence.
Navpreet did a similar internship before the Tesla gig. In the year 2014, he worked with Suncor Energy for nine months in two different departments.
Before this, he did an internship for five months at a firm called 10in6 Corporate, based in London, Ontario, Canada.
For her education, Navpreet graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 2016. LinkedIn Profile.
Navpreet appeared as a Grade-A student for a long time, is a Valedictorian, and has been involved in almost all of the study on the Dean’s Honors List.
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This in-depth knowledge of his field seems to have enabled him to make one of the biggest stages in the technology world at the beginning of his career.
Even Apple CEO Tim Cook left no stone unturned to make the presentation more engaging than the regular launch event.
In a video marking the entry of Apple’s M1 chips into the iPad Pro lineup, Apple Chief was seen performing a stunt like a Hollywood action hero.
Looking at the video, it looked as if TC was standing up for Tom Cruise, not Tim Cook, as the latter hung from the ceiling, cutting a hole through the glass,
making its way through the ventilation ducts, And even avoided the laser alarm in the video. This is to retrieve the M1 chip from a MacBook and insert it into the iPad Pro.
Of course, being CEO, he could walk and take the bus.