Apple CEO Tim Cook let an intriguing bit of news slip earlier this week at a town hall meeting with the company's employees. Apple Music for Android was apparently just a first step: The company is considering bringing more of its software...Show More Summary
In the wake of Apple's earnings announcement last week, CEO Tim Cook and COO Jeff Williams held court at a Town Hall meeting for employees. For those unfamiliar with Apple's Town Hall meetings, they're internal and private affairs intended...Show More Summary
Following Apple's Q1 earnings announcement, CEO Tim Cook and other senior executives held an employee Town Hall meeting at Apple's headquarters, where Cook talked about iPhone sales, continued expansion in emerging markets, iPad growth and Apple Watch sales figures, Apple Campus 2, and upcoming products. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently spoke to Apple employees at a company-wide town hall meeting, Mark Gurman reports at 9to5Mac. Notably, Cook mentioned Apple Music on Android as a way for Apple to test its services on non Apple-made hardware. Show More Summary
Speaking at a recent internal "town hall" event, Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted that services beyond Apple Music might soon make the leap to additional platforms, like Android.
This past week, Apple CEO Tim Cook teased the future for several major products while speaking to employees at a company-wide Town Hall meeting. According to 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman, who spoke to “multiple sources in attendance at theShow More Summary
In the days following Apple’s record Q1 earnings announcements, Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top Apple executives held a Town Hall meeting at the Infinite Loop headquarters in Cupertino to reveal new announcements and take attendee questions. Multiple sources in attendance at the event said that Cook as well as newly appointed Chief Operating Officer Jeff […]
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook thinks that virtual reality is “really cool”, so much so that the company had hired one of the leading experts on the technology. However could Apple’s interest in virtual reality merely be passing, or could it lead to an actual product? While it is still unclear, it seems that Apple’s interest has actually been growing. Show More Summary
According to a new report from VRJournal, just days after Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted … The post Report Says Apple Wants in on the VR Business appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has reignited Steve Job’s ambitions of building a virtual reality headset by setting up a secret research unit into the technology, a report suggests. The Cupertino company has been building various VR prototypes for...Show More Summary
One of the most surprising things Apple CEO Tim Cook said last night on the company's earnings call was about prices. He basically admitted that one of the reasons iPhone sales are in decline is Apple's policy of trying to charge the...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook this week said virtual reality “has some interesting applications,” so much so the company has already compiled a secret team of hundreds of people to work on the technology, according to the Financial Times. The team...Show More Summary
Earlier this week during Apple's earnings call, CEO Tim Cook responded to a question about virtual reality by saying this: "In terms of VR, I don't think it's a niche. It's really cool and has some interesting applications." Well, it turns out that he could know more than he let on. Show More Summary
In August 2011, Tim Cook took the job as CEO of Apple, leaving many wondering if he could fill the shoes left by his friend and mentor Steve Jobs. Today, Apple is the most valuable company in the world, and products like the iPhone continue...Show More Summary
During this week’s earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook answered a question on virtual reality by saying “I don’t think VR is a niche…It’s really cool and has some interesting applications.” It looks like Cook’s statements have some background to them. According to a new Financial Times report, Apple had reportedly been prototyping VR headsets in the past under Steve Jobs in […]
Yesterday, Apple CEO Tim Cook spent a lot of time blaming global economic conditions for the company's poor guidance. The stock finished down almost 6% today as a result. But Facebook just reported earnings that blew expecations away,...Show More Summary
Apple reported “all-time record” earnings on Tuesday, in the words of CEO Tim Cook, who is fond of superlatives. “Our team delivered Apple’s biggest quarter ever,” he added, “thanks to the world’s most innovative products and all-time record sales of iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.”
Apple on Tuesday announced its best quarterly results, with a record profit of $18.4 billion on record sales of $75.9 billion, fueled by record sales of 74.8 million iPhones. CEO Tim Cook declared the numbers for the quarter ended Dec. 26 "our strongest financial results ever" and "incredible."...
As readers will recall, one of the bullish catalysts that pushed the market off its August 24 ETFlash Crash lows was an email sent by Tim Cook to Jim Cramer of all people (one which still hasn't been 8-K'ed), in which AAPL's CEO said...Show More Summary
Forty percent of iPhone owners have already moved up to an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s (or one of the larger Plus versions) — are you one of them? During Apple's Q1 2016 investors call, CEO Tim Cook revealed just how many iPhone owners had...Show More Summary