Apple’s CEO Tim Cook sat down for an interview with billionaire David Rubenstein at his alma mater Duke University. In the interview published by Bloomberg Television, Cook talks about Apple’s earnings, people’s fixation with the number of iPhone units Apple sells in a 90-day period, the Apple Watch, his relationship with Steve Jobs, and more.
On Monday, May 28, it is Memorial Day in the United States. It’s a date carved out to honor the individuals who have lost their lives while serving in the armed forces.
While rumors suggest that Apple is working towards a goal of combining iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps for a “unified user experience”, it doesn’t appear Tim Cook is ready to sell the idea just yet.
Over a large stretch of 2017, news reports kept popping up regarding an ongoing dispute between chip manufacturer Qualcomm and Apple, with both companies leveling legal teams at one another over issues most concerned with patents and patent royalty payments.
Before March wrapped up, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, sat down for an interview and talked about a wide variety of topics. Some of the topics included education, which makes sense because the company just announced a new 9.7-inch iPad, which supports the Apple Pencil, with an obvious bent on the education market. But of course it didn’t take long before Cook was pressed on some hot button issues, including Facebook, security, and privacy.
Right now, both Amazon and Apple are investigating new places in the United States to launch a brand new headquarters/campus. But the two companies are going about it very differently.
In celebration of Holi, the Indian festival of colors, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook tweeted three photos which captured the essence of the festival. All the three photos were shot using an iPhone X, with two of them making use of the Portrait Lighting feature in iOS 11 to achieve a very dramatic look.
Tim Cook, Apple’s current Chief Executive Officer, recently sat down and went over several different talking points in a new interview.
Private Texts Reveal FBI Agents’ Dislike for Tim Cook, Calling Him a ‘Hypocrite’ During the San Bernardino iPhone Unlock Fiasco
Following the San Bernardino shootings a couple of years ago, Apple was under a great deal of pressure from the FBI to unlock the shooter’s iPhone 5c. While Apple declined, and the FBI subsequently managed to unlock the device using “professional hackers”, a new report reveals that not everything was rosy within the FBI.
During his one-day tour of Canada, Tim Cook gave an interview to the Financial Post which he used as a way to promote HomePod and Augmented Reality.