Apple's CEO will send off the graduating class of 2017 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has chosen Apple CEO Tim Cook to deliver its 2017 commencement address.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has agreed to deliver the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's 2017 commencement address to graduates of the class of 2017 on Friday, June 9.
Tim Cook is no stranger to delivering commencement addresses, and this June the Apple CEO will head to Cambridge to oversee the MIT class of 2017 graduation. The research university shared the announcement today: more… Filed under: Apple
Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver the 2017 Commencement address at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the university announced today."Mr. Cook's brilliance as a business leader, his genuineness as a human being, and his passion...Show More Summary
The current quarter is expected to be the best ever for Apple Watch sales, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. Cook told Reuters that sales set a record dring the first week of holiday shopping.
President-elect Donald Trump has said time and again that he wants to convince Apple to make iPhones in America. At least some of them. Talking to Apple CEO Tim Cook about the matter after his big win, Trump reiterated his desire to see Apple manufacture products in America. Show More Summary
IDC painted a gloomy picture Monday about the Apple Watch's sales prospects, prompting a public response from Apple's CEO. IDC painted a gloomy picture Monday about the Apple Watch's sales prospects, prompting a public response from Apple's CEO. Show More Summary
After a research firm estimated that Apple Watch sales were down 71 percent year-over-year, Apple CEO Tim Cook is speaking out. The gist: Um, actually the Apple Watch is doing just fine. In a statement to Reuters, Cook refuted IDC’s report of declining Apple Watch sales—sort of. Show More Summary
Apple's CEO told Reuters that sales growth is "off the charts."
Following an IDC report that threw shade on Apple Watch sales, CEO Tim Cook said in an email to Reuters the current quarter is set to be the best for the wearable.
One day after a gloomy third-quarter sales report about the Apple Watch, CEO Tim Cook says the device is already having a record holiday as one of the season’s most popular gifts. Cook told Reuters shoppers bought a “record” number during the first week of holiday shopping and the watch is on pace to have […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple Watch sales growth is "off the charts" this holiday season, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. "During the first week of holiday shopping, our sell-through of Apple Watch was greater than any week in the product's history. And as...Show More Summary
Apple CEO tells Reuters the gadget is on track for its best quarter ever.
Earlier today data from market research firm IDC said that Apple Watch's share of the wearables market fell to 5% as fitness trackers "reigned supreme." In an email responding to a Reuters inquiry about the report, Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple Watch's sell-through rate hit a new high recently. "Sales growth is off the charts. Show More Summary
Responding to a recent IDC report claiming less than rosy Apple Watch sales for the third quarter of 2016, Apple CEO Tim Cook late Monday said sales of the wearable device actually set a new record during the first week of holiday shopping on the way to what could be its best quarter ever.
Apple may have the single best-selling smartphone model in the world, but there is one aspect of its business that you'll never hear CEO Tim Cook mention: The fact that iPhone sales consistently underperform the global market as a whole. Show More Summary
Apple's head of special projects Paul Deneve no longer sits within the company's top leadership team, meaning he has stopped reporting directly into CEO Tim Cook. Apple blog MacRumors noticed on Friday Deneve had been removed from the...Show More Summary
Responding to a customer's email, Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that the long-awaited AirPods are "finalizing" and expected to ship in the "next few weeks," in time for the holiday season.
An email exchange between Apple CEO Tim Cook and an eager customer may shed some light on a release date for the company's wireless earbuds.