Ultra-liberal Apple CEO Tim Cook: “I’ve always known that women find it very difficult at times—some women—to find music. And this helps makes it easier with playlists curated by real people. I just thought of a problem, you know, girls sitting around talking about boys, right, or complaining about boys when they’re heartbroken or whatever. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the company’s earnings call for the September quarter that more Android users than ever are switching to the iPhone, with the iPhone 6s having been launched in late September in various markets around the world. Show More Summary
Earlier last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that Apple Pay would launch in Canada and Australia by the end of the year in partnership with American Express. After lengthy weeks of guessing and speculation, we now have a launch date: November 17, as confirmed to iPhone in Canada by Amex support. “According to American [...]
Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Tuesday morning. 1. Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company is working closely with the UK government over encryption. There had been concerns that the government may wish to ban strong encryption, but Cook says he isn't worried. Show More Summary
The iPad Pro is more than just a larger iPad. It is a new direction that Apple is headed what with the introduction of the Apple Pencil, Smart Keyboard, along with Apple CEO Tim Cook’s aspiration that the iPad Pro will eventually replace the need for PCs. Show More Summary
Reg staff stunned – some Cupertino news we can get behind Apple CEO Tim Cook is telling customers not to expect a Mac answer to the Microsoft Surface Pro any time soon.…
While Apple CEO Tim Cook has touted the iPad Pro’s ability to replace a traditional laptop or PC in recent interviews, he told The Independent that Apple sees plenty of life left in its Mac line and has no plans to build a MacBook and iPad hybrid. Show More Summary
If you feel like it’s a matter of time before the iPad and MacBook become one and the same device, similar to the Microsoft Surface, there’s at least one person in the know who will tell you you’re wrong: Apple CEO Tim Cook. Speaking to the Irish Independent newspaper, Cook said that Apple would not […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
While the iPad Pro further bridges the gap between notebooks and tablets, Apple CEO Tim Cook recently told the Irish Independent that Apple is not interested in creating a "converged Mac and iPad." “We feel strongly that customers are not really looking for a converged Mac and iPad,” said Cook. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook noted in a recent interview that the company doesn’t intend to stop making Mac computers anytime soon and has no plans to create a ‘converged’ MacBook and iPad. Speaking to the Irish Independent, Cook said: We feel strongly that customers are not really looking for a converged Mac and iPad. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has told the The Irish Independent he has no plans to converge Cupertino’s lovingly crafted iPad and Macbook hardware lines into a hybrid tablet-plus-laptop device — arguing that melding the two device types would undermine the user experience. Read More
Apple CEO Tim Cook has ruled out the possibility of Apple merging iOS and OS X to create a single category of device. Speaking to the Irish Independent, Cook said that such a device would be too compromised. “We feel strongly that customers are not really looking for a converged Mac and iPad,” said Cook. “Because […]
The chances of seeing an OS X tablet any time soon have been dashed as Apple CEO Tim Cook says that customers don't want Macs and iPads to converge.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said in an interview with The Irish Independent that Apple will never make a "converged" MacBook and iPad as the experience would be a "compromise" for users. "We feel strongly that customers are not really looking...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook says in a new interview that he doesn't pay any attention to what analysts write about his company. Cook visited Ireland last week and gave an interview to the Irish Independent about Apple's current suite of products and its presence in Ireland. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't sold on the Surface, and the company doesn't plan on bringing together its MacBook or iPad into a single product like Microsoft's computing device, either. In an interview with the Irish Independent, Cook said:...Show More Summary
It has long been speculated that Apple's iPad and MacBook would one day come together in a hybrid device, but Apple CEO Tim Cook put those rumors to bed on Sunday, saying converged machines come with inherent compromises.
Apple CEO Tim Cook may love the new iPad Pro with its big 12.9-inch screen and its optional keyboard cover, but don't look for the company to create a product that completely merges the features of a Mac laptop with an iPad tablet. In...Show More Summary
An Australian Apple store refused to let six black teenagers enter.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sent an email to all of the company’s employees today addressing the situation at Apple’s Melbourne, Australia store that saw a group of teens booted from the outlet by management due to their race. The incident was captured in a video that appeared online this week. In the email, which bore […]