Mitsuru Homma, CEO of Japan Display has suggested that Apple is planning for a big launch of the next iPhone. Speaking to Reuters today, the executive said that the display panel manufacturer’s “biggest client” keeps asking for more units ahead of next week’s September 9th event. The move doesn’t come as a big surprise—Apple does want […]
Japan Display CEO Mitsuru Homma dropped some clues regarding Apple's upcoming iPhone release on Thursday, saying his company's biggest client, widely thought to be Apple, is increasing orders despite a soft Chinese market.
Is the Apple Watch, released in April, a success or a flop? Apple isn't sharing numbers, although CEO Tim Cook did say in July that sales for the watch in its first quarter exceeded "internal expectations" and the watch is now on sale in 19 countries. Show More Summary
Any Apple fan knows that the company's keynotes aren't just about the products being unveiled — it's about the way Apple does it. Apple's late cofounder and former CEO Steve Jobs had a reputation for captivating the audience during big events and announcements. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt are among those interested in the product.
It came up in the Republican debates in Cleveland last month. There, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina said she would “absolutely” call on Apple and Google to “collaborate and cooperate” with law enforcement on encryption — to tear down the “cyberwalls,” as she put it. Show More Summary
Over the last few years, Apple has hired a number of high-profile executives straight out of the luxury world. Among others, the tech giant has poached former Saint Laurent CEO Paul Deneve, Tag Heuer VP of Sales Patrick Pruniaux and, most famously, Angela Ahrendts, the Burberry CEO that... Continue reading
A report from Re/Code says that Ian Rogers, the Apple executive who departed unexpectedly last week, is heading to the luxury conglomerate LVMH. Rogers was the CEO of Beats Music and moved to Apple after the company acquired Beats for $3 billion (£1.95 billion) in 2014 before heading up the re-launch as Apple Music. Show More Summary
In the wake of Apple's newly announced enterprise partnership with Cisco, Chief Executive Tim Cook appeared onstage at Cisco's annual "GSX" Global Sales Experience in front of 20,000 employees to discuss the news.
Cisco's new CEO Chuck Robbins is starting his term with a big partnership: Cisco has struck a surprise deal with Apple to make iOS devices — iPhones and iPads — work better on networks powered by Cisco gear. Cisco announced the dealShow More Summary
Here are some things going on in your world of tech: There’s no shortage of Apple (AAPL) news to start your week. Your regular Tech Trader Daily blogger, Tiernan Ray, took a closer look at CEO Tim Cook’s comments to Jim Cramer about China smartphone sales, and wonders if it really was a smart move. […]
Steve Jobs is often portrayed as an egotistical tyrant in the books, movies, and documentaries that try to encapsulate the Apple CEO but according to someone who was both one of Jobs closest friends and a bitter rival, pop culture has totally blown it when it comes to portraying Steve. Former Apple CEO John Sculley […]
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Have you heard of the Obi Worldphone? With a former Apple CEO leading the charge, many are calling it a game changer. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius
In a new interview, former Apple CEO John Sculley spoke at length about his relationship with Steve Jobs. Sculley, who served as CEO from 1983 to 1993, after coming over from Pepsi, talked about his friendship with Jobs, and how the late Apple co-founder is often mis-characterized in popular culture. Show More Summary
John Sculley was the CEO at Apple from 1983 to 1993. Under his leadership, the company’s profits increased from $800 million to $8 billion. Now, Sculley is launching his two new Android phones with some pretty decent specs. The phones are being made by a startup Sculley co-founded called Obi Worldphone. Show More Summary
Tim Cook’s efforts to influence policy in Washington DC in ways that better serve Apple have been hard to miss during his tenure as CEO. Pushing the company’s strong stance on privacy has been met with great pushback from the justice department and Apple was unhappy with how the ebook pricing case against it went so it’s no […]
Sculley co-founded Obi Worldphone to sell handsets in Asia and Africa.
The former Beats Music CEO was instrumental in developing Apple's Beats 1 radio station and nudging the company to take on Spotify. Ian Rogers, a key music executive at Apple, has resigned from the company, the Financial Times reports. Show More Summary
Apple Music just lost a key executive behind Apple’s Beats 1 radio. The CEO of Beats Music when the company was bought by Apple last May, Ian Rogers unexpectedly quit, the Financial Times reports. (subscription required.) Rogers led development of the Beats 1 Radio service for Apple Music. Show More Summary