Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to look back at the previous decade of Apple news and notable events.
There is a top-secret team at Apple developing satellite communications technology that may allow it to bypass wireless carriers.
Apple journalist Walt Mossberg looks back at the past decade of Apple and how it fares under the leadership of Tim Cook.
Apple remains what it has been for many years: the single most important consumer tech hardware company, a major force not only in its industry but in society at large. And now, it is huge and rich to boot. But it’s still unclear if it can be anybody’s favorite music provider, TV network, or news service.
Or if it can launch another blockbuster device.
Tim Cook has been spending some time in Japan, he posted images of him meeting key suppliers, developers, creators, and an Apple Store.
Tim Cook celebrated Computer Science Education Week and the importance of coding with primary school pupils in Japan.
At the Dreamforce conference, Time Cook discussed Steve Jobs, Apple’s environmental efforts, and privacy with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff.
President Trump tours Texas at an Apple facility in Texas along with Apple CEO Tim Cook as soon as next week, although no official announcement has been made.
In comments during Apple’s quarterly conference call with analysts, Mr. Cook strongly implied it was a time-limited offer to get people in the door.
The Morning Show premiered at an event in New York City attended by Tim Cook and stars Jennifer Aniston, and Reese Witherspoon.
Tim Cook spent time with LGBT education charity GLSEN at its Respect Awards in Los Angeles on Friday Night.
During Tim Cook’s first interview with a Spanish media outlet in the U.S. he talks about diversity and his story of coming out as gay.
Apple CEO Tim Cook had dinner with President Barack Obama and actor Robert De Niro in New York City on Monday evening.
Charlotte Henry joins Bryan Chaffin to talk about Apple TV+, Apple Originals, Apple’s role in the industry, the evolution of original streaming content, and a whole lot more—all in preparation for the November 1st launch of Apple TV+.
Ceres is a nonprofit that promotes sustainable energy. Monday night it celebrated its 30th anniversary where it gave Apple an award.
Tim Cook met the head of China’s market regulator following controversy over the removal of an app used by protestors in Hong Kong.
A group of seven lawmakers from the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have written a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook urging him to reinstate the HKMap.live app that was used by Hong Kong pro-democracy protestors to avoid police.
Tim Cook told the German newspaper Bild that Apple “could not be happier” with how the launch of the iPhone 11 has gone.
Andrew shares his thoughts on Apple’s recent moves in Hong Kong as well as its corporate values.
Charlotte Henry and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s recent decision to pull an app used by Hong Kong protestors.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple history and how Tim Cook may or may not be credited with change.