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Apple CEO Tim Cook swears he saw an iPhone in a 350-year-old painting - CNET

Technically Incorrect: Speaking in Amsterdam, Cook jokes that he's not sure Steve Jobs actually invented Apple's iconic device.

Tim Cook's iPhone admission points to Apple's larger problem (AAPL)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Tim Cook's recent trip to India was widely publicized, and while there the Apple CEO admitted a problem...Show More Summary

Apple is making a lot of noise in India, but Google's doing the heavy lifting in the country

From localized versions of Android to offering free public Wi-Fi, Google is working hard to connect the next billion. Indian media outlets are abuzz after Tim Cook's maiden voyage to the country as CEO of Apple. Cook launched a new iOS accelerator in Bengaluru, and a Maps facility in Hyderabad that will create 4,000 jobs. Show More Summary

Tim Cook discovers iPhone in painting from 1670

This morning I attended an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Startup Fest Europe in Amsterdam. Tim Cook said lots of things, which we all already knew, but he also started off with an interesting anecdote, which is cute enough to share with you. Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Health Industry is 'Ripe for Simplicity and a New View'

Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke this morning at Startup Fest Europe, a festival geared towards helping startups grow, where he gave some sage business advice and shared some insight into Apple's future plans in the television and healthcare...Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook reveals the Apple Watch's 'holy grail' (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about Apple's health ambitions at the Startup Fest Europe conference in Amsterdam on Tuesday. He confirmed that Apple is "really focused" on health, and that the Apple Watch is the company's ticket into the massive but complicated healthcare market. "I love the watch. Show More Summary

Apple to become a wireless carrier? Unlikely says CEO Tim Cook - CNET

The executive has said that Apple lacks the network skills needed to become a wireless provider.

Tim Cook hints Apple will launch more health monitoring technology

In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted strongly that the company will be releasing more technology and products to help monitor a person's health. Bloomberg reports: If you drive for a while and your car gets too hot, it says pull over. Show More Summary

Tim Cook hints Apple pushing further into health through Apple Watch & other devices

Apple is hoping to venture deeper into health tracking, through the Apple Watch and beyond, CEO Tim Cook hinted on Tuesday during a talk at Startup Fest Europe in Amsterdam.

Tim Cook says Apple's 'expertise doesn't extend to the network', won't pursue MVNO options

During an interview in Amsterdam, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the company will not be exploring becoming a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), as its "expertise doesn't extend to the network." It was rumored that Apple was looking...Show More Summary

Apple boss Tim Cook: Apps are future of TV

AMSTERDAM (AP) — Apple CEO Tim Cook says apps are the future of television and that the company wants to help change the entertainment industry. Cook was speaking Tuesday in Amsterdam, two months after Apple announced software enhancements for its TV system, Apple TV, and knocked $50 off the price of its smart watch. Cook […]

Tim Cook rules out an Apple mobile carrier

In an interview with retired European Commissioner for Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about the future of the world’s most valuable company at Startup Fest Europe in Amsterdam today. Addressing a question about...Show More Summary

When Big Apple Meets Didi's Little Orange

Apple CEO Tim Cook with Didi Chuxing President Jean Liu.Photo Courtesy of Didi Chuxing. I co-authored this article with my colleagues, Bill Russo, Managing Director at Gao Feng Advisory Company and Alan Chan, Senior Consultant. On May 13, Apple announced a USD 1 billion investment in China’s leading on-demand mobility (ODM) service, [...]

Tim Cook admits ‘prices are high’ for iPhones in India

Apple CEO Tim Cook made an uncharacteristic admission today in an interview with Indian news channel NDTV — that iPhones are too expensive. He immediately qualified it, and the context really is important, but it’s just one of those things you don’t hear very often. Read More

Tim Cook reportedly thought a real iPhone case made by Apple was a fake

Apple CEO Tim Cook toured China and India last week, and judging from the photos taken of him, it seems like he made some long-lasting memories. But there was one episode outside New Delhi last Friday he'd likely rather forget: According...Show More Summary

Tim Cook just admitted the price of iPhones may be too high

Apple CEO Tim Cook just gave his most detailed commentary yet on the effect the high price of the iPhone has on the device's declining sales. In an interview with NDTV's Vikram Chandra in India, Cook was asked a tough question aboutShow More Summary

Apple Finds Potential New Factory Hub...In India

During visit to India, Apple CEO Tim Cook says India can becoming bigger part of the U.S. smart phone supply chain.

Apple's Tim Cook talks retail, manufacturing, encryption & more with Indian PM Modi

As anticipated, Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, talking about issues such as retail stores, manufacturing, and app development, according to reports.

Tim Cook meets with Indian PM Modi, talks manufacturing & app development possibilities

As part of his tour throughout India, Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this past week to discuss the company’s plans in the country. This isn’t the first time the two have met, but this meeting comes as Foxconn...Show More Summary

Tim Cook got the red carpet treatment during his last big trip (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook visited both India and China in the past week, and everywhere he went, people rolled out the red carpet for him. He was there on business, not pleasure, but even still his trip seemed more fitting for a diplomat or a head of state than a corporate CEO. That's not surprising. Show More Summary

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