Shortly after Apple introduced iPhone X with Face ID biometric security in September, U.S. Senator Al Franken challenged CEO Tim Cook to address the technology's potential impact on consumer privacy. Apple has since responded in a letter detailing the system's built-in security features.
Back in 2000, Apple released the Power Mac G4 Cube, a funky small PC designed by Jony Ive himself. It was a good-looking piece of hardware, but it flopped so hard that Apple discontinued it after a year. In a talk at Oxford, Apple CEO...Show More Summary
Of course Apple CEO Tim Cook is already using the iPhone X, the most advanced iPhone that won't hit stores until November 3. Students saw it slip out of his pocket during a public question-and-answer session earlier this week at Oxford...Show More Summary
A group called the Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD), representing 131 organizations from numerous countries, has issued an open letter to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook urging the company to pull a number of games from the App Store...Show More Summary
Any time you unbox an Apple product, it’s clear that the company puts a huge amount of thought and design effort into the packaging, and we learned a little more about that during a visit to Sweden by CEO Tim Cook. Cook visited the ‘breathtaking forests of northern Sweden’ where the trees are grown to make sustainable packaging for iPads … more…
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been visiting forests in northern Sweden with a company that supplies Apple with sustainable packaging. Cook's social media accounts show that he has been all over Europe this week, visiting cities such as London,...Show More Summary
ARKit, Apple’s augmented reality framework that CEO Tim Cook recently likened to being as “dramatic” a development as the App Store itself, has now been installed over 3 million times worldwide through a host of ARKit-powered apps and games, according to a new report out today from Sensor Tower. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook continues his tour of Europe, making a brief stop at Apple's offices in Sweden, and continuing to discuss the importance of ARKit to Apple with a local publication.
The technology just isn't available to create a flawless augmented reality headset, says Apple's chief.
Apple CEO Tim Cook opened a new startup hub at the University of Oxford on Wednesday called The Oxford Foundry. The facility, based out of a Victorian building previously used as an ice factory and a student night club, has been backed...Show More Summary
If you’re a budding entrepreneur and the VC you’re pitching switches gears and asks you about your exit strategy that’s your cue to get up and leave, says Apple CEO Tim Cook. Read More
It may be 30 years later, but Apple CEO Tim Cook still remembers when Apple was close to death and then Dell-CEO Michael Dell said that he'd shut the company down. He recalled the quote while explaining how he decided to join Apple and...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook once again hinted at the prospect of augmented reality glasses in an interview published on Wednesday, while quashing the idea of an announcement in the near future -- and indirectly, the efforts of rivals like Microsoft.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook appeared at the launch of the Oxford Foundry business and tech incubator, and spoke for an hour to students of the university on his relationship with Steve Jobs, Apple's responsibility to customers, and what inspires him as the head of the company.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is optimistic about the progress of human rights across the globe, despite the fact that things seem to be growing more bleak by the minute. In an interview with the Independent, Cook explained history gives him hope...Show More Summary
French officials claim Apple CEO Tim Cook didn’t push back against French President Emmanuel Macron’s call for the company to pay more taxes, Bloomberg reports. Apple is embroiled in a legal fight with the EU over a ruling that the company...Show More Summary
In a new interview with fashion magazine Vogue, Tim Cook made a bold prediction about the future of augmented reality and brands. The Apple CEO also continued to downplay rumors of the company releasing smart glasses anytime soon… m...
Anxious for Apple to show Google how it's done with augmented reality glasses? We've got bad news for you: It's not happening soon. In an interview with Vogue on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed Apple currently doesn't see a way...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that technology doesn't exist to do AR glasses "in a quality way," but he also says most tech challenges can be solved.
Apple’s CEO gave a wide-ranging interview to the U.K.’s Independent in which he touched on numerous topics, including iOS 11’s latest AR abilities. Speaking further about AR, Cook revealed that though he thinks the tech has a huge role...Show More Summary