An upcoming biography of Steve Jobs promises an intimate portrait of the late tech guru told through extensive interviews with Jobs' inner circle, including current Apple CEO Tim Cook, SVP of Design Jony Ive and Jobs' widow Laurene Powell Jobs, among others.
As part of Tim Cook’s recent worldwide tour, which has included stops in Israel, Germany, and the U.K, the Apple CEO recently sat down for a far ranging interview with the German-language newspaper BILD (paywall required). The interview...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been on tour, telling people who are worried about online privacy that he understands their angst.
Just a few days before Apple is expected to reveal more information about the Apple Watch, CEO Tim Cook is providing some clues as to how its apps will work. Cook reportedly shared this information with Apple Store employees at a flagship store in Berlin during a briefing, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman. Show More Summary
In addition to discussing the international Apple Watch launch and accessibility efforts at a briefing in Germany, Apple CEO Tim Cook teased “a whole ton of announcements coming shortly about all of the apps coming” for the Apple Watch, according to employees in attendance. Cook first highlighted the use of the Apple Watch in hotels […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook told a group of employees in Berlin that the Apple Watch will be available in countries other than the U.S. this April, 9to5Mac reports. Germany will also get an April launch for the smartwatch, Cook said. It’s possible the U.S. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently gave an interview with German newspaper BILD, speaking on topics ranging from the Apple Watch to data privacy, and Steve Jobs. The interview with Cook hit on many topics, including the importance of privacy. Show More Summary
A new report claims that Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that the company's upcoming Apple Watch will be shipped and go on sale outside the US in April According to 9to5Mac, Cook told this plan to employees at the company's retail store in...Show More Summary
The Apple Watch will reportedly be available in other countries, including Germany, when it launches in April, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman. Apple CEO Tim Cook shared this information with employees at the company's flagship store in Berlin, according to Gurman, who says he spoke with an Apple employee in attendance. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly said at the company's flagship Apple Store in Berlin that the Apple Watch launch in April will not be limited to the United States, according to retail employees in attendance that spoke with 9to5Mac. Cook...Show More Summary
Speaking at the Berlin flagship Apple Store last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook told employees that the Apple Watch will not be exclusive to the United States in April, according to employees in attendance. Specifically, Cook said that the Apple Watch will launch in Germany during the month of April. It’s possible that the Apple […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook waxed nostalgic about his relationship with the late Steve Jobs, reiterated the company's commitment to its customers' privacy, and discussed his thoughts on Apple's ability to influence social change during a sit-down with German tabloid BILD earlier this week.
Next week, Apple is expected to provide one final mega-push for Apple Watch before the eagerly awaited wearable ships next month. But ahead of the weekend, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke with reporters in London about the myriad of uses that Apple Watch may ultimately have beyond the most familiar or anticipated. According to Cook, […]
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Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook was in Israel on Wednesday, and had a meeting with President Reuven Rivlin, as Apple is prepared to open a new office in the country.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is continuing his international tour this week with a stop in Israel, The Marker reports. The publication reports that Cook arrived in Israel today and has since met with President Reuven Rivlin (seen above) at his home in Jerusalem; Cook is also expected to meet with former President Shimon Peres during the trip. Alongside Cook for […]
During a trip this week to Apple's European operations, CEO Tim Cook revealed a bit more about the company's position on customer privacy as well as the upcoming Apple Watch retail experience in a new interview "None of us should accept...Show More Summary
In the second half of The Telegraph’s interview with Tim Cook, Apple CEO Tim Cook has reaffirmed his position on privacy. Cook says that whilst currently consumers do not understand the ramifications of sharing their data with third-parties, “one day they will”. Moreover, Cook openly objects to governments that say data sharing is required to combat crime and […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook was recently interviewed by The Telegraph, and he took the time to further expand upon Apple's firm stance on privacy, calling it "a basic human right." "N one of us should accept that the government or a company or anybody should have access to all of our private information," Cook told The Telegraph. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook once again reiterates his and the company's views on privacy. In the second of a two-part interview, Cook stated that everyone should have the right to keep their personal data private, no matter what others might believe. Show More Summary