Apple CEO Tim Cook was at the Levi’s Stadium for the Super Bowl and soon after the Broncos won he posted a very blurry photo to Twitter. Naturally, the trolls were out in full force, so he got viciously trolled for posting a blurry picture. Show More Summary
Goodbye, Tim Cook's blurry photo, we hardly knew ye. After posting a blurry Super Bowl photo on Twitter on Sunday — and being subsequently torn to pieces by Twitter's angry mob — Apple CEO Tim Cook decided to delete the photo on Tuesday. SEE...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook already leads the most profitable company in history and holds meetings with powerful world leaders and heads of state, and now he can add to that list receiving several votes for President of the United States in yesterday’s New Hampshire primary. Okay, technically not that Tim Cook, but his name did appear on the ballot yesterday and 50 New […]
It appears as though Apple CEO Tim Cook agrees with my assessment of the iPhone 6s Plus: it's the first iPhone I simply couldn't live with. Had Apple's head honcho been carrying the plus-sized version of the iPhone at the Super Bowl,...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook attended the Super Bowl in Santa Clara, California over the weekend, and shortly after the Denver Broncos won and stormed the field, he tweeted out a photo of the scene. That tweet and its photo has now been deleted. One...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was in attendance at the Super Bowl and excitedly tweeted from the field after the Broncos won. In a momentary lapse of judgment, Cook showed his humanity and took a blurry photo. https://twitter.com/tim_cook/status/696550880208760834 The...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was apparently so excited about being on the field at Super Bowl 50 he tweeted a super blurry photo of the Bronco's celebration Sunday night. In light of Apple's ubiquitous "Shoot with iPhone 6" ad campaign, the photo was prime for immediate mocking.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and his head of Internet endeavors -- Eddy Cue -- made an appearance at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, amid multiple reports the company is vying to stream NFL games.
Late Sunday evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted out a blurry post-game photo from Super Bowl 50, congratulating the Broncos on their victory. What he didn't realize at the time was that he was inadventertantly giving Twitter users the...Show More Summary
While Peyton Manning will be remembered as the star of last night’s unforgettable Super Bowl 50, Tim Cook has been receiving a fair share of attention after sharing a photo from the game. Unlike the Broncos’ quarterback, however, Apple’s CEO probably won’t want to remember this event, as the snide comments poured in criticizing his [...]Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook was in attendance at Super Bowl 50, and celebrated the victory of the Denver Broncos with a photo shot on what we can only assume is an iPhone 6s. However, despite the iPhone's famously good camera, the image came out fairly blurry. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook found himself on the receiving end of a lot of ‘Shot on iPhone’ snark when he tweeted a blurry photo at the end of the Super Bowl 50 game. The photo appears to be motion-blurred due to the slow shutter speed in the fading light. As The Verge noted, the tweet attracted a lot of […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook let an intriguing bit of news slip earlier this week at a town hall meeting with the company's employees. Apple Music for Android was apparently just a first step: The company is considering bringing more of its software...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently spoke to Apple employees at a company-wide town hall meeting, Mark Gurman reports at 9to5Mac. Notably, Cook mentioned Apple Music on Android as a way for Apple to test its services on non Apple-made hardware. Show More Summary
Speaking at a recent internal "town hall" event, Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted that services beyond Apple Music might soon make the leap to additional platforms, like Android.
This past week, Apple CEO Tim Cook teased the future for several major products while speaking to employees at a company-wide Town Hall meeting. According to 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman, who spoke to “multiple sources in attendance at theShow More Summary
In the days following Apple’s record Q1 earnings announcements, Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top Apple executives held a Town Hall meeting at the Infinite Loop headquarters in Cupertino to reveal new announcements and take attendee questions. Multiple sources in attendance at the event said that Cook as well as newly appointed Chief Operating Officer Jeff […]
According to a new report from VRJournal, just days after Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted … The post Report Says Apple Wants in on the VR Business appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has reignited Steve Job’s ambitions of building a virtual reality headset by setting up a secret research unit into the technology, a report suggests. The Cupertino company has been building various VR prototypes for...Show More Summary
One of the most surprising things Apple CEO Tim Cook said last night on the company's earnings call was about prices. He basically admitted that one of the reasons iPhone sales are in decline is Apple's policy of trying to charge the...Show More Summary