On September 12, the first clips from an interview held between Tim Cook and Charlie Rose surfaced, followed by the full first part of the two-part interview soon after. Now, the second installment has been uploaded to Rose’s website.
On Friday, September 19, Apple is going to unleash the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus onto the masses. Following more than 4 million preorders, it’s expected that the lines for the upcoming flagship devices will be lengthy. Many in those lines might be switching from another platform. Apple has you covered if that is the case.
Security has become a big focus for Apple, and rightly so. In early September, following a major hacking incident that involved iCloud, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would be cracking down, implementing new protocols for securing information. He reiterated as much in a recent interview with Charlie Rose.
Dating all the way back to November, 2012, Apple was hit with a $368.2 million judgment in their case against VirnetX, dealing with VPN and how Apple handled it for FaceTime and other areas. Now, almost two years later, that judgment has been tossed out.
With less than three days until the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch at Apple Stores in several countries, the Cupertino-based company’s internal retail plans for the eventful day have leaked ahead of time. In a nutshell, the iPhone maker is going to great lengths to ensure that the launch day goes as smooth as possible. Read ahead for the details.Â
Apple announced at its iPhone and Apple Watch event last week that it would begin accepting app submissions for review on the App Store ahead of the public release of iOS 8 on Wednesday. A number of developers have began doing so since that time, but a new report claims that a few high-profile software makers have been facing issues with extensions not working properly in their updated apps.Â
On September 12, the first segments from an interview Apple CEO Tim Cook had with Charlie Rose (that subsequently aired soon after) surfaced online, with conversations spanning Steve Jobs, Apple TV and more. Now, segments from the final part of the two-part interview have now arrived online.
The first clip of part two ofÂ Apple CEO Tim Cookâ€™s interview on The Charlie Rose Show, which is set to air in full on Monday night, is now available online through the PBS show’s official YouTube channel.Â The video is embedded ahead for your convenience, and should be watchable through your Mac or PC and iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.Â
On September 9, Apple used their media event to release (and essentially market) U2’s latest album, “Songs of Innocence.” They gifted the album to iTunes more than 50 million users, and now Apple has come forward to announce just how well it has been faring since release.
When the September 9 media event came to a close, and Apple had officially unveiled their new products and service, the band U2 took the stage. Soon after, their album would become free — and present — on a lot of people’s iTunes library.