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.
Before the start of the new year, Apple found itself in some hot water as it was discovered, and ultimately confirmed by the company, that older iPhones are slowed on purpose in an effort to relieve some of the stress from aging batteries.
An analysis by the Wall Street Journal shows that the time period between Apple announcing a product and launching it has more than doubled since Tim Cook became the CEO. The analysis shows that Apple launched over 70 products since Tim Cook has been running the show at the Cupertino company.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, will be sitting down with NBC Nightly News‘ Lester Holt on this evening’s broadcast.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, has been busy talking about the company and much more lately, with the latest bit happening at the new Oxford Foundry business and technology incubator.
Tim Cook has never been shy when it comes to talking about augmented reality (AR), or how important he thinks the technology is.
Apple has long been rumored to be working on smart AR glasses. Now, in an interview with The Independent, Tim Cook has mentioned that right now the technology simply does not exist to make a quality smart AR glasses.