Apple CEO Tim Cook was in Chicago on Friday to mingle with customers at the grand opening of the company's new Michigan Avenue flagship store, an event hyped earlier this week.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wasn't pleased about pulling VPN software from the company's App Store in China, but this July, it happened anyway. As a result, many users who once counted on such software to dodge the country's Great Firewall were left to their own devices (and we've explored the situation at length here). Show More Summary
Apple has big plans for the Mac Mini, at least according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. While the company isn’t ready to share those plans with the world, things are happening behind the scenes. And we know all of this because Cook casually revealed all to a nosey Apple fan. Show More Summary
In an email replying to an Apple customer, the company's CEO Tim Cook made some Mac Mini fans rest at ease. "Are we going to see anything in the pipeline anytime soon?" asked the Apple fan. Tim replied with the usual Applespeak about...Show More Summary
You thought that just because Apple hasn't updated it in over three years, the Mac mini is dead? We don't blame you, but according to Apple CEO Tim Cook, there's still hope for Apple's tiny desktop computer. The news comes via Cook's...Show More Summary
U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT) penned a joint letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook this week asking for clarification on the company's decision to remove certain virtual private network (VPN) apps from China's App Store, saying the move potentially enables the country's censorship and internet surveillance policies.
In response to an email concerned about the future of the Mac mini, Apple CEO Tim Cook responded that the Mac mini will continue -- but didn't share any specifics about the product's future.
Two US senators have written to Apple CEO Tim Cook asking why the company reportedly removed VPN apps from the company's store in China. "If these reports are true," the senators wrote, "we are concerned that Apple may be enabling the...Show More Summary
An Apple fan emailed the CEO to ask what's up with the Mac Mini and received a hopeful response.
It’s been three years since the last Mac mini hardware refresh so there’s been growing concern from fans of the standalone computer over its fate in the lineup. A new email response apparently from Apple CEO Tim Cook to a customer asking about the Mac mini’s future does little to ease that concern too. more…
Shortly after Apple introduced iPhone X with Face ID biometric security in September, U.S. Senator Al Franken challenged CEO Tim Cook to address the technology's potential impact on consumer privacy. Apple has since responded in a letter detailing the system's built-in security features.
Back in 2000, Apple released the Power Mac G4 Cube, a funky small PC designed by Jony Ive himself. It was a good-looking piece of hardware, but it flopped so hard that Apple discontinued it after a year. In a talk at Oxford, Apple CEO...Show More Summary
When you’re the CEO and head evangelist of one of the world’s biggest technology companies, it’s important for you to rep your products around the clock — and to make sure they function smoothly whenever the public is looking. And while boss Tim Cook’s iPhone isn’t exactly malfunctioning, the internet is getting some good laughs…
Of course Apple CEO Tim Cook is already using the iPhone X, the most advanced iPhone that won't hit stores until November 3. Students saw it slip out of his pocket during a public question-and-answer session earlier this week at Oxford...Show More Summary
A group called the Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD), representing 131 organizations from numerous countries, has issued an open letter to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook urging the company to pull a number of games from the App Store...Show More Summary
Any time you unbox an Apple product, it’s clear that the company puts a huge amount of thought and design effort into the packaging, and we learned a little more about that during a visit to Sweden by CEO Tim Cook. Cook visited the ‘breathtaking forests of northern Sweden’ where the trees are grown to make sustainable packaging for iPads … more…
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been visiting forests in northern Sweden with a company that supplies Apple with sustainable packaging. Cook's social media accounts show that he has been all over Europe this week, visiting cities such as London,...Show More Summary
ARKit, Apple’s augmented reality framework that CEO Tim Cook recently likened to being as “dramatic” a development as the App Store itself, has now been installed over 3 million times worldwide through a host of ARKit-powered apps and games, according to a new report out today from Sensor Tower. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook continues his tour of Europe, making a brief stop at Apple's offices in Sweden, and continuing to discuss the importance of ARKit to Apple with a local publication.
The technology just isn't available to create a flawless augmented reality headset, says Apple's chief.