Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed a big sales number for the coveted smartphone
After two straight quarters of declining iPhone sales, CEO Tim Cook shares some positive news.
CEO Tim Cook says during a company meeting that Apple shipped its billionth iPhone last week.
Apple today announced that it has now officially sold one billion iPhones. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the news earlier today at an employee meeting in Cupertino, stating that “iPhone has become one of the most important, world-changing and successful products in history. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook at an employee meeting on Wednesday said the company recently sold its one billionth iPhone, a watershed moment for the popular smartphone.
Apple announced Wednesday that it has sold its billionth iPhone since the product first launched in the summer of 2007. Apple CEO Tim Cook made the announcement during a company meeting, and posted it to Apple's website. Here it is: "iPhone has become one of the most important, world-changing and successful products in history. Show More Summary
Apple today announced that it recently sold its one-billionth iPhone, marking a major milestone for the company. CEO Tim Cook shared the news with employees at a staff meeting this morning, as noted in a news story published by Apple. In...Show More Summary
At an employee meeting today, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the company has sold over one billion iPhones. Here’s his take, from Apple’s blog post: iPhone has become one of the most important, world-changing and successful products in history. Show More Summary
Technically Incorrect: During the company's earnings call, Apple's CEO pronounces Pokemon as, oh, you wouldn't believe it.
Even as Apple grapples with lower iPhone sales, its mobile payments service continues to make gains.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that the company is investing in AR. Here's how the company could make the technology even more mainstream.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is apparently very excited about Pokémon Go, admitting that Apple is committed to investing in augmented reality.
Apple CEO Tim Cook moved to reassure investors after iPhone sales declined for the second straight quarter. ||| San Francisco - As iPhone sales declined for the second straight quarter, Apple CEO Tim Cook peeled back the curtain ever...Show More Summary
India is the world's quickest growing smartphone market, and it's a key to the iPhone's long-term success.
Following better-than-expected fiscal Q3 results from Apple (AAPL), the company held a conference call Tuesday night with analysts. I related the prepared portion of CEO Tim Cook's remarks in a previous post; here's a rundown of theShow More Summary
By Julia Love SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - As iPhone sales declined for the second straight quarter, Apple CEO Tim Cook peeled back the curtain ever so slightly on its work in artificial intelligence and augmented reality, aiming to reassure investors that the company is ready to ride the next wave of technology. Show More Summary
During Apple's Q3 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook shared details on the growth of Apple Pay. The contactless payments service has tens of millions of users across the globe, witnessing a 450% growth in monthly active users from the same period in 2015. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook during a quarterly investor conference call on Tuesday said he expects his company's services sector, which continues to exhibit growth despite slumping iPhone sales, to generate revenues equivalent to that of a Fortune 100 company next year.
On August 24, 2011, Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs as the permanent CEO of Apple. He's been in charge ever since. So how's he doing after five years? Apple's earnings report for the quarter ended June 30 beat Wall Street's expectations, sending the stock up about 7% after hours. Show More Summary
After the colossal success of Pokémon Go (are you as tired of reading that as I am of writing it?), Apple CEO Tim Cook outlined plans to continue investing in the technology as the company is “high on AR in the long run.” The question was posed during today’s earnings call which saw Apple hit with a 15 percent decline from the same period last year. Show More Summary