The designer behind many of Apples most popular gadgets will be knighted Wednesday at Buckingham Palace in London.
Sir Jonathan Ive, as he will be known, becomes a Knight Commander of the British Empire (KBE) for "services to design and enterprise."
Born in Chingford, northeast of London, he joined Apple in 1992 and is credited with helping to shape the companys distinctive, minimalistic look.
While the late Steve Jobs was for many years the face of the Apple brand, Ive played a crucial role developing the original iPod, among other products.
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