Tim Cook has given a revealing and in-depth interview with CBS and said he was “full of secrets” in the build-up to WWDC 2020.
Apple has published a statement from Tim Cook responding to the death of George Floyd – an edited version of an internal memo.
Apple has to face part of a lawsuit over claims it concealed falling demands for iPhones, particularly in China.
Apple is donating to the Equal Justice Initiative and other non-profits in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Tim Cook appeared on the BBC’s ‘Big Night In’ telethon and said that “Apple is waiving all royalties” on charity single ‘Times Like These’.
On Thursday Tim Cook held a private meeting (virtual of course) with Apple employees on how the company is being impacted by COVID-19.
Over at Wired UK, John Arlidge asks “Has Apple finally bitten off way more than it can chew?” It doesn’t seem as if that question is answered. It’s the typical roundup of everything Apple is doing today, across hardware, software, and services, and wondering if the company is doing okay under Tim Cook as opposed to Steve Jobs. I thought this quote was interesting however, claiming to come from an Apple veteran.
What Cook is trying to do is come up with a new set of iTunes-like services to mate with more varied hardware to create an ecosystem that is simple and compelling. Imagine secure communications, iCloud storage, TV, quality news, banking, health, insurance and more, all from the same, trusted supplier on iPhone, iPad, Mac, the Watch and, in future, AR glasses. That would be pretty revolutionary.
Apple is producing face shields for medical workers, and added a support document to share instructions on how to assemble one.
Several Democratic senators asked Tim Cook questions about the privacy of Apple’s newly released COVID-19 screening website and app.
Apple shareholders came closer than I can recall to voting for a shareholder proposal opposed by Apple management, a proposal that called on Apple to uphold the same privacy protections in China it extolls elsewhere.
In an interview with Fox Business Network, Tim Cook said that Apple is “fundamentally strong” in the face of COVID-19.
CUPERTINO – Apple CEO Tim Cook announced his company would open its first physical Apple Store in India in 2021, and that the company would launch its own online store later in 2020.
Apple plunged Facebook into chaos when it pulled enterprise certificate, taking its internal apps offline for a period.
Apple conducted its Q1 2020 Earnings Report on January 28. After the opening statements by CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri, the session was opened to Q&A with financial analysts. But there were some questions that didn’t get asked.
Apple is limiting staff travel to China and has closed one of its stores in the country as the coronavirus continues to spread.
Apple CEO Tim Cook described himself as “devastated” at the death of Kobe Bryant, whilst Apple TV+ star Reese Witherspoon also paid tribute.
Tim Cook received an award celebrating Apple’s 40 years of investment in the country and called for global corporate tax reform.
SAG named Jennifer Aniston best actress for her performance in The Morning Show, while Steve Carell and Billy Crudup were also nominated.
Ireland’s Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is presenting an award to Tim Cook to recognize Apple’s 40 years of investment in the country.
Tim Cook donated 6,880 Apple shares, worth around $2 million, to an undisclosed charity, according to his most recent SEC filing.