|Education||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology|
(B.S. and M.S., Computer Science)
|Occupation||Senior vice president of Hardware Technologies at Apple Inc.|
Johny Srouji (Arabic: جوني سروجي; Hebrew: ג'וני סרוג'י; born 1964) is an Arab Israeli executive Apple's senior vice president of Hardware Technologies, reporting to CEO Tim Cook.
Srouji was born in Haifa, Israel, to an Arab Christian family. In high school, he got perfect grades in math, physics, chemistry, and science and was introduced to computers by an instructor who also taught at the nearby Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. He later enrolled at the Technion, earning both a bachelor's degree (summa cum laude) and master's degree (magna cum laude) in computer science.
Srouji is reputed to be a no-nonsense executive, asking for hard truths and focusing on problems and areas for improvement. He is fluent in four languages: Arabic, Hebrew, French, and English.
In 2008, Srouji led development of the Apple A4, the first Apple-designed system on a chip.
Srouji was responsible for setting up Apple’s R&D center in Herzliya, Israel, its second largest in the world.
In 2019 Intel considered Srouji a candidate to be its next CEO.
In 2020, during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Srouji announced the transition of Apple's Macintosh line of personal computers from Intel's x86 CPU architecture to their own Apple silicon.
Johny Srouji, Vice President for Hardware Technology at Apple, a member of the Israeli Arab community, born in Haifa
Srouji, an Arab Israeli from Haifa, was responsible for setting up Apple’s R&D center in Israel
He was the third child of four. His family was Christian Arab, a minority within a minority in the Jewish state.
Johny Srouji, who grew up in Haifa for a Christian Arab family and studied at the Technion.
Born in a Christian Arab family, Srouji belongs to the city of Haifa in Israel.
סרוג'י הוא ישראלי שנולד לפני 56 שנה למשפחה ערבית-נוצרית מחיפה.