Tim Cook has been leading Apple for many years now, and now the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has confirmed his presence next year for one special occasion.
Earlier today, as is par for the course with this time of the year, Apple has officially announced its support of the PRODUCT(RED) initiative.
Apple CEO Tim Cook called President-elect Donald Trump following his election victory over Hillary Clinton, Trump has confirmed. It’s unclear what the topic of conversation was, but Trump mentioned Apple a number of times during his campaign.
Tim Cook has reassured Apple employees that the company’s goals haven’t changed since Donald Trump was elected president. In a memo sent to all employees based in the U.S., Cook also encourages workers to be there for those who are feeling “anxious.”
In an interview with Japan’s Nikkei, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has revealed that Apple will be opening its first R&D center in Japan in Yokohama, near Tokyo later this year. This is Tim Cook’s first visit to Japan since he became the CEO of the company in 2011.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, has been touring Asia and meeting with quite a few people, including Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto, and now that includes Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe.
When it comes to altering a person’s reality for a brief time, the conversation continues to be whether that should come down to virtual reality or augmented reality.
Tim Cook Promotes iPhone 7 and AirPods; Talks Up Augmented Reality in Good Morning America Interview
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, is well known for on-camera interviews, and there’s another one with Good Morning America, this time to primarily promote new products.
While the September event was, at one point, rumored to help usher in a brand new, highly-redesigned MacBook Pro, we now know that didn’t happen.
It has now been five years since Tim Cook took over as Apple CEO, and while the company continues to make many of the same products today, Apple has become very different. New charts show just how much things have changed since Steve Jobs stepped down.