Apple's iPhone SE lead-times back up Tim Cook’s comments about its strong demand.
A contentious debate is brewing in Cupertino. Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller on Friday took to Twitter to inform tech plebes that Apple devices should never be pluralized, a stance diametrically opposed by CEO Tim Cook.
Tor Myhren, former president and chief creative officer of the Grey Group, has officially joined Apple has its vice president of Marketing Communications. Myhren will report directly to CEO Tim Cook, and leads a group responsible for...Show More Summary
Carl Icahn's decision to dispose of his remaining stake in Apple--and to disclose it on CNBC--sent both AAPL shares and the broader stock market into a tailspin Thursday.While praising the company and CEO Tim Cook, Icahn noted the disposition related to his worries about China. Greater China was Apple's worst-performing geographic [...]
Carl Icahn a short while ago told CNBC’s Scott Wapner that he has sold all his holdings in Apple (AAPL). Wapner asked Icahn to disclose his position. Icahn replied, We no longer have a position in Apple. Tim Cook did a great job. I called him this morning to tell him that, I told him it’s a great […]
With iPhone sales down, perhaps temporarily, Apple CEO Tim Cook indicated during the company's earnings conference call this week that Apple is always on the look out for exciting new technologies and companies to acquire. Not only that,...Show More Summary
Hey Mark, Congratulations on the cover picture of you and Priscilla on Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People Issue and to have Bill and Melinda write it up. Something that your picture with Priscilla demonstrated is how much you adore her. I'm writing because like it or not, you and I are often viewed as leaders in the tech world... Show More Summary
iMore's editors on the relevancy and results of wearing Apple Watch — one year later. Twelve months ago Apple released the Watch, the company's first new product category since the iPad and the first ever with Tim Cook at the helm. It...Show More Summary
WHAT HATH TIM COOK WROUGHT: iPhone Slump Means Apple Must Compete Harder with Amazon and Google.
Last month Apple, under CEO Tim Cook’s leadership, slashed prices, selling theiPhone SE for$399 – below the iPhone 5S’s $450 cost without contracts. The Apple Watch also got a haircut of about 50 bucks to sell for $299. An Apple computer store is seen on April 26, 2016 in Miami Beach, [...]
Rene Ritchie and Jason Snell transcribe Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri’s remarks from today’s analyst phone call. ?
SILICON VALLEY—The tech slowdown may provide a silver lining for Twitter and Apple, top executives at the Bay Area tech companies said after posting disappointing financial results on Tuesday. Apple CEO Tim Cook and Twitter Chief Financial...Show More Summary
But CEO Tim Cook says the company is hustling to catch up on production of the diminutive new phone.
They say the early bird catches the worm, and research suggests there might be some truth to the old adage. Waking up with (or before) the sun allows executives like Apple CEO Tim Cook and "Shark Tank" investor Kevin O'Leary to get a...Show More Summary
On Tuesday Apple reported its first quarterly sales drop since 2003 as part of a pretty disappointing earnings report. But if you hear CEO Tim Cook talk about it, Apple's poor report was due to economic conditions, as well as the fact...Show More Summary
Apple's quarterly profit decline is being reported as a harbinger of doom, but this was still one of the largest profits posted by any company ever. Apple still relies on iPhone, which has few unsolvable problems. And though Cook and company can't get complacent, Apple's patient long game is likely to pay off in the years ahead.
During Apple's Q2 2016 earnings call, Tim Cook offered details on the vendor's performance in the Indian market, stating that iPhone sales were up by 56% from a year ago. Apple sold over 800,000 iPhones in the country in Q4 2015, which...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday reiterated a positive outlook on Greater China despite suffering a year-over-year revenue contraction during the second quarter of 2016, saying the region is "a lot more stable" than some perceive.
During its conference call for the March quarter's disappointing earnings, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed again that Apple continues to be on the lookout for companies to buy. In fact, he suggested that Apple could buy a company larger...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook during Tuesday's quarterly conference call said supply of its latest iPhone SE model is constrained due to surprisingly high demand from users who want the latest technology in a small package.