The Apple Watch is one of Apple’s most popular products, and while it’s not the first to have some health features baked in or promoted, it’s definitely leaning even more heavily on its wearer’s health than any other of Apple’s branded devices.
Tim Cook Says White Supremacists and Violent Conspiracy Theorists Have no Place on Apple’s Platforms
Tim Cook is a vocal person on a variety of topics, especially when it comes to the social fabric. He’s never been quiet about the place that Apple has found itself in, and how the company can play a role in all of it.
Mark Zuckerberg Reportedly Got so Mad at Tim Cook, he Forced Facebook Management to Switch to Android
Facebook is not a stranger to being in hot water, and this year was certainly not different. When the company was dealing with fallout over Cambridge Analytica, for instance, a lot of different executives were asked about the social network and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.
Apple had yet another massive quarter, raking in billions, but the company is aware that the next quarter might not see such positive results.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, sat down with CNN to discuss a variety of topics, which included many hot button issues, including the spy chip story, privacy, and more.
Earlier this month, there was a report that detailed an exhaustive effort from Chinese spies to integrate specific chips onto servers used by some of the largest companies in the United States, namely Apple and Amazon.
Tim Cook is on his scheduled visit to China this week and as per Washington Post, he will be using it to promote Apple products including the iPhone XS whose sales have been disappointing so far.
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.