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Edward Taylor and Julia Love, reporting for Reuters: Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook went to BMW’s headquarters last year and senior Apple executives toured the carmaker’s Leipzig factory to learn how it manufactures the i3 electric car,...Show More Summary
The Apple Watch has made its way to three new countries today, officially becoming available for purchase at Apple Stores in New Zealand, Turkey, and Russia. Apple CEO Tim Cook took to celebrate, noting that the company saw a great turnout in Istanbul for the launch: Hello Istanbul! A great turnout for the launch of Apple Watch in Turkey today. Show More Summary
As expected, Apple Watch launched today in three new countries. Starting today, Apple’s wearable is available in Turkey, Russia, and New Zealand. This expansion comes after a launch in seven new countries earlier this month. Apple CEO Tim Cook was in Istanbul, Turkey to celebrate the launch and took to his Twitter account to share […]
Since Apple isn't sharing and any stats provided during a 90 day free trial would be suspect, we have no real idea how well Apple Music is doing. Tim Cook says "millions and millions" and one report claims that 10 million have signed up for a free trial. But signing...
Tim Cook tweeted his thanks today to the “thousands of Hong Kong customers” who attended the opening of the company’s fourth Apple Store in Hong Kong. Plans for the store were first announced in 2013, with construction photos first seen in February. Apple announced the opening date on its website a couple of weeks ago. […]
The success or failure of Apple Music will signal both the speed at which consumers are shifting to paid music subscriptions, and the fate of its competitors. Tim Cook has said that "millions and millions" are using the service. Now come our first, still very unofficial, stats. Less than one...
On July 21, Apple reported its financial results for its third quarter. The results were solid, with actual results on both revenue and earnings per share slightly beating estimates. However, despite the good third-quarter results, Apple issued guidance that was, compared with the Street consensus, a bit light. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly visited BMW's i3 production line.
At a recent EPIC Champions of Freedom privacy event, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook finger-wagged some of his Silicon Valley neighbors—without mentioning names Facebook and Google—on how they were using their users’ data. “They’re gobbling up everything they can learn about you and trying to monetize it. Show More Summary
Apple is rumored to be interested in using the body of BMW’s i3 electric car as the starting point for its own electric car, Manager Magazin reports. The German-language publication claims that Apple CEO Tim Cook met with senior managers of the i3 project during a trip to Leipzig and opened negotiations with BMW in the fall of 2014. Show More Summary
Despite reports that Apple Watch sales have been lukewarm, Apple CEO Tim Cook emphatically dismissed such claims during the company’s earnings conference call last week. Not only have Apple Watch sales exceeded Apple’s internal projections, but early sales of the device have already surpassed early iPhone and iPod sales. Show More Summary
As the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act draws near, how the landmark accessibility law will apply to websites is still in limbo. In a tweet Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook made one of the clearest statements by any business...Show More Summary
Apple has expressed its support for the newly-introduced Equality Act, a new anti-discrimination bill currently under consideration by the U.S. House of Representatives. While Apple CEO Tim Cook often speaks up on equality issues, the involvement of the company itself is a bit less frequent. Show More Summary
The biggest growth driver at Apple is not any single product. It’s China. And CEO Tim Cook doesn't see that abating.
Apple posted quarterly results on Tuesday that virtually any other company would kill for. Yet CEO Tim Cook still found himself on the defensive.
Shares of Apple (AAPL) are down $9.15, or 7%, at $121.60, as the Street digests a lower-than-expected volume of iPhone sales in fiscal Q3, reported yesterday afternoon, and a lower-than-expected Q4 projection, but also CEO Tim Cooks’s defense of what he called “stellar” phone sales, and encouraging early results of the Apple Watch. The stock [...]
Hopefully we can put the rampant speculation regarding the Apple Watch’s untimely demise to rest, at least for the time being. While Apple didn’t disclose specific sales figures during the company’s earnings report yesterday, Apple CEO...Show More Summary
TIM COOK HAS NOT PERFORMED AS WELL AS HOPED: Apple shares plummet after lower than expected iPhone sales. The watch is a product that appeals mostly to hipster doofuses, the iPhone is great, but improvements have been incremental and there’s stiff competition from Samsung, etc., and there’s nothing new or exciting. (A gold MacBook?) Cook […]