SILICON VALLEY—When Apple CEO Tim Cook talked in early May about some exciting new features coming to the iPhone, he apparently was referring to a 2017 model. According to a report Tuesday in the Wall Street Journal(citing "people familiar...Show More Summary
Near the end of last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that 2015 was the company’s “most successful year ever” with $234 billion of revenue. The numbers were impressive. About 48 million iPhones were sold in Q4 for a 36% increase in sales over the same quarter in 2014. Show More Summary
JStone / Shutterstock.com Apple CEO Tim Cook is making it clear that Apple won't be lending their name or support to a convention with far right nationalist Donald Trump as the GOP nominee. Good for them! Other tech companies need to...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been walking a political tightrope the past two days. After pulling the company's support from the upcoming Republican convention because of Apple’s disdain for presumptive nominee Donald Trump, Cook invited Speaker...Show More Summary
Apple has described its coming iOS 10 update as the “biggest iOS release ever” with CEO Tim Cook going so far as to call it the “mother of all iOS updates” — and after a week of poring over the first iOS 10 beta, it’s clear they’re not wrong. Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Apple CEO Tim Cook will fundraise for Republicans. Cook is hosting a private breakfast for House Speaker Paul Ryan. 2. Peter Thiel, the billionaire investor who waged a secret legal war against Gawker, is remaining on Facebook's board. Show More Summary
TIM COOK. Apple CEO holding fundraiser for Paul Ryan: “Cook is hosting the fundraiser on his own accord, as Apple does not have a corporate political action committee like Facebook, Google and other tech giants in Silicon Valley. Still, the mov… Read The post Cavaliers, Anton Yelchin, Havana, Tim Cook, Peter Thiel, Rupert Everett, Zayn Malik: NEWS appeared first on Towleroad.
After Apple refused to back this election cycle's Republican national convention, a report on Monday claims CEO Tim Cook next week will host a fundraiser for sitting U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and other House Republicans.
Apple may be pulling support from the Republican National Convention, but Politico reports its CEO wants to keep relationships open with key members of the party.
Tony Romm, reporting for Politico: Apple CEO Tim Cook will host a fundraiser with House Speaker Paul Ryan next week as the iPhone maker tries to strengthen its relationships with key Republicans — despite its decision to pull support for the GOP convention because of its distaste for Donald Trump. Show More Summary
A new report claims that Apple CEO Tim Cook is holding a fundraiser for Paul Ryan, the Republican Speaker of the U.S House of Representatives. Politico reports: Cook will help generate cash for Ryan at a private breakfast on June 28Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook will host a private breakfast for Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan next week, reports Politico. The breakfast is being hosted by Cook, according to the report, and not Apple itself. The event is expected to raise...Show More Summary
Apple may not be playing ball with the Republican Party’s upcoming convention, but CEO Tim Cook is reportedly set to hold a fundraiser for Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan next week. Politico reports that Apple wants to “strengthen...Show More Summary
Allen has led the association — the apple industry’s second-largest state marketing group — since 2000, according to a news release. He started with the association as retail program director in 1996.
The tech giant will not aid the Republicans in any way, and their misogynist, race-baiting nominee influenced the company's decision.
This would have never happened if Steve Jobs was still alive. I've heard and seen this phrase overused since the Apple co-founder and former CEO passed in 2011. Everything software-related at Apple seemed to go down the crapper after he passed. Show More Summary
As its devices mature, Apple's next step is presenting a more unified experience for developers and users. Apple CEO Tim Cook opened up the company's WWDC week by noting that his keynote would focus on the company's four device platforms: Apple Watch, Mac, iPhone/iPad, and TV. Show More Summary
Apple kicked off its annual conference in San Francisco on Monday, and during the keynote speech, Apple senior vice president Craig Federighi teased the crowd with "one more thing" — the exact phrase former CEO Steve Jobs used to use...Show More Summary
At WWDC, Tim Cook vacated the stage to present Apple's most ambitious vision yet, argues Rick Tetzeli. Yesterday's WWDC presentation started with Apple CEO Tim Cook asking for a moment of silence to honor the men and women killed in Sunday's attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY—Apple’s digital assistant Siri will be the center of attention at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicking off on Monday. Apple CEO Tim Cook will launch the festivities with the keynote at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco at 10 a.m. Show More Summary