Apple hit a huge milestone this week thanks to Drake’s latest made album, “Views”, which just became the first album to hit one billion streams on Apple Music. Apple CEO Tim Cook made it a point to personally toast Drizzy on his accomplishment and presented a plaque to the singer/rapper alongside VP of Service Eddy […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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While we are covering photokina 2016, looks like Pratik Naik has got some scoops which may or may not be true. In a shocking move that came unexpected to the industry, former Apple CEO has agreed to join Adobe this morning at Photokina. The move startled tech insiders. “It made sense to no one,” one [...]Show More Summary
Though Apple CEO Tim Cook famously dismissed bill of material estimates from supply chain "guesstimators," market research firms continue to pump out calculations, with the latest figures claiming Apple spends a total of $224.80 on iPhone 7 hardware.
It’s important to preface this entire piece by saying that Apple CEO Tim Cook once said that these types of estimates are never ‘anywhere close to being accurate,’ and that they are typically ‘much different than the reality.’ That said, the iPhone 7 is more expensive to manufacture than last year’s 6s — headphone jack be damned. Show More Summary
It's no secret that Apple wants to break into the medical world. Even Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the company has "massive interest" in health. The question is exactly how Apple's gadget-focused business model can tackle the world of hospitals, doctors, and FDA regulation. Dr. Show More Summary
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Apple hasn't exactly been shy about expressing its interest in augmented reality. During an interview earlier this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook plainly stated that he sees a lot more promise in augmented reality than in virtual reality. "There's virtual reality and there's augmented reality," Cook said while appearing on Good Morning America. Show More Summary
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The Apple CEO said on Good Morning America that he thinks augmented reality offers a larger opportunity for his company.
Two years after Apple's commitment to the U.S. government ConnectED program, Apple CEO Tim Cook visited Harlem's Pedro Albizu Campos School to examine success of the program, and to take a look at overall student progress because of the donated technology.
When Tim Cook is not busy showing off the newest iPhone to celebrities, he is doing interviews on morning shows and speculating on emerging technologies. During an interview with Good Morning America this morning, the Apple CEO told ABC News' Robin Roberts that he believed augmented reality to have a more promising future than virtual reality. Via: The Verge Source: ABC News
Apple's CEO tells ABC News that AR allows people to be more "present" than VR.
Last night ABC teased out an interview with Tim Cook that aired today on Good Morning America, and now ABC News has published the interview with the Apple CEO online. more… Filed under: Apple
In an interview with ABC News' Robin Roberts, Apple CEO Tim Cook made comments suggesting that augmented reality would be a future focus for Apple. He also defended complaints of easy AirPod loss, and discussed iPhone 7 design decisions.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook loves to talk about virtual reality and augmented reality — two emerging computer platforms that require the user to wear a headset consisting of a set of glasses. He says "there's a lot of cool things there" in both...Show More Summary