By now, you’re probably aware of the Apple logo, its iconic green shape and its iconic yellow text.
But you may not know that Davies is a small company that builds and supplies hardware and software that powers some of the world’s most advanced devices.
The Davies logo has been in use since 1882 and the company has been building computers for over 150 years.
But in the last decade, Apple has shifted away from the Davies brand and instead created a much bigger brand with the now famous Apple Watch.
In a move that’s now become known as the Davie Boom, Apple is expanding its use of Davies equipment by making a number of hardware products that incorporate its technologies.
This year, Apple will make its first major hardware change in over two decades: the Apple Watch, which it will make available to developers and retailers in the United States and Canada beginning next week.
When it comes to the Applewatch, Davies’ geode was a key part of the process.
“We used to have this small company on the side of Davie geode,” Davies president Steve Davies said during a recent interview.
“We used it for about two decades to develop geodes for Davies.
I remember one day, I had a big geode.
I went to a friend’s house.
We had a great time playing around with geodes.
We did some things like geodes on a golf cart.
We used to do a lot of things in Davies machines.”
Apple’s new geode makes its debut on the Apple watch.
It features a silicon casing and is made from a material called borosilicate glass.
Davies’ technology has long been used to build devices, including iPhones, but it’s not known if Apple plans to continue using it for this purpose.
According to Davies, Apple isn’t interested in adding new technology to the watch until its software team is ready to move on.
“The Apple Watch is a very exciting product, and we know that there are a lot more things to do with it,” Davises said.
“The first thing to do is to take the technology and apply it to the device itself.
But it’s a very, very exciting thing.
We really want to see how the new technology works.”