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Apple's long-rumored AR goggles, which could be its first step in replacing the iPhone, may launch in 2022 says a reliable analyst (AAPL)

Apple's first augmented reality headset could launch in 2022 at the earliest, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Such a headset could lay the foundation for a sleeker pair of smart glasses that could one day replace the iPhone, Apple managers have reportedly said according to The Information. The headset that may launch in 2022 would reportedly offer a mix of AR and virtual reality experiences and would be designed for gaming, entertainment, and communication, Bloomberg has reported. The launc...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Cook, Trends, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Qualcomm, Aapl, Ming Chi Kuo, Amon, Kuo, Information Apple, International Data Corporation, HTC Vive Microsoft, Cristiano Amon, TF International Securities


Apple CEO Tim Cook and Others to Share Commencement Speeches on Special Podcast for National Graduation Day

iHeartMedia today announced that Apple CEO Tim Cook will be participating in its special podcast "Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020." With most college graduates unable to attend commencement this year, the podcast will help fill the void with a series of speeches from Cook and a long list of other notable figures, such as Bill and Melinda Gates, Becky G, Rita Wilson, Khalid, Mary J. Blige, Hillary Clinton, John Legend, and Tim McGraw.iHeartRadio knows how important the graduation ce...
Tags: Apple, Cook, United States, Tim Cook, Bill, John Legend, Tim McGraw, Blurb


Apple's Greg Joswiak on AirPods Growth: 'It Was Almost Like Wildfire'

Apple's AirPods have been doing better than the company could have ever imagined, Apple's Vice President of Product Marketing Greg Joswiak said in a new report by Wired. Joswiak notes how the growth of AirPods "was almost like wildfire." Joswiak touched upon Apple's vision for a wireless future. Apple crossed a pivotal point in its push towards a wireless future with the controversial decision to remove the headphone jack from its iPhone lineup beginning in 2016 with the launch of the iPhone ...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Stanford, Tim Cook, Greg Joswiak, Joswiak, AirPods, AirPods Pro


New Apple Web Page Directs Customers to Its Online Shopping Services

Apple has launched a new web page that brings together links and information about its online services for customers shopping from home during the global health crisis. Titled "Everything you love about our stores is online," the new catch-all page links from the Apple.com home page and includes details about no-contact delivery options, Apple Specialist help, financing and credit options, Apple Trade In, Apple Card, order status checking, service and support. The page also links out to "To...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Cook, Mac, Australia, Austria, Vienna, Tim Cook, Rumors, North America, Apple Store


Apple to Reopen 21 Retail Stores in Australia This Week

Apple will reopen 21 of its 22 retail locations in Australia on Thursday, May 7, according to Apple's dedicated websites for each of the stores. All of the stores that are reopening will operate on limited hours for the time being. Apple's sole Australian store that will remain closed is the Apple Sydney store. As noted by 9to5Mac, this store closed in January for major renovations, and it is possible that the global health crisis caused a construction delay. All of Apple's retail stores in ...
Tags: Apple, South Korea, Cook, Australia, Austria, Vienna, Tim Cook, North America, Apple Store, Apple Retail, Retail Stores, Greater China, Apple Sydney


Apple Reopening Vienna, Austria Apple Store on May 5

Apple is set to reopen its only store in Vienna, Austria tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. local time, marking the second store that's reopened outside of Greater China. Apple Kärntner Straße in Vienna will operate on limited hours, and like Apple's other reopened store in South Korea, the focus will likely be on repairs and purchase pickups rather than standard shopping and browsing. All of Apple's stores outside of Greater China have been closed since March 14 due to the ongoing health crisis. Apple ...
Tags: Apple, South Korea, Cook, Australia, Austria, Vienna, United States, Tim Cook, Seoul, Apple Store, Vienna Austria, Greater China, Apple Stores, Gangnam, Deirdre O Brien, Greater China Apple Kärntner Straße


Apple CEO Remembers Steve Jobs' Impact in Virtual Commencement Address

Today Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some heartfelt remarks in a virtual commencement address to the graduating seniors at Ohio State, reports CNET. "Those of us who can look back on this time and remember inconveniences and even boredom can count themselves lucky." "I hope you wear these uncommon circumstances as a badge of honor. Those who meet times of historical challenge with their eyes and hearts open — forever restless and forever striving — are also those who leave the greatest impact on the ...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Steve Jobs, Tech, Tim Cook, Ohio State, Cnet, Steve


Apple CEO Tim Cook Delivers Virtual Commencement Address to Ohio State University Graduates

Apple CEO Tim Cook today delivered the virtual commencement address at The Ohio State University's virtual commencement event. ‌Tim Cook‌ to Ohio State University graduates: Graduates, I’m sorry that we’re not celebrating together today. Your class is a special one marked by history like few others in OSU’s 150 years. And while we aren’t shoulder to shoulder in the Horseshoe, filling it to the rafters, I know your parents, your loved ones, your friends and teachers are no less overwhelmed with...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Tim Cook, Osu, Ohio State University, Ohio Stadium, Ohio State University Graduates, Ohio State University Commencement


Apple's most important product launch in years could be in jeopardy, but Wall Street didn't ask about it once during the company's earnings call (AAPL)

Apple's anticipated 5G iPhone is expected to arrive in the fall, but multiple reports have suggested it could be delayed. The iPhone, which is Apple's most important product, was in a sales slump throughout 2019, and the coronavirus pandemic isn't helping it recover. Although analysts have brought up Apple's plans for 5G on past earnings calls, it did not come up during the Q2 call on Thursday despite recent reports about a delay. Some analysts say any delays or weakened demand stemming from t...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Wall Street, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Mark Gurman, Aapl, Flax, Jpmorgan, Müller, RBC Capital Markets, Robert Muller, Wedbush Securities, Neuberger Berman


Apple's most important product launch in years could be in jeopardy, but Wall Street doesn't seem to care (AAPL)

Apple's anticipated 5G iPhone is expected to arrive in the fall, but multiple reports have suggested it could be delayed. The iPhone, which is Apple's most important product, was in a sales slump throughout 2019, and the coronavirus pandemic isn't helping it recover. Although analysts have brought up Apple's plans for 5G on past earnings calls, it did not come up during the Q2 call on Thursday despite recent reports about a delay. Some analysts say any delays or weakened demand stemming from t...
Tags: Apple, Cook, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Mark Gurman, Flax, Jpmorgan, Müller, RBC Capital Markets, Robert Muller, Wedbush Securities, Neuberger Berman, Daniel Flax


Apple on 2020 so far: OK, so iPhone sales are a bit glum. Wearables, music, apps, vids to the rescue... almost

Hope on the horizon, says Cook, but it will take some time to get there Apple's cash cow looks to be a bit unwell, as iPhone sales took a rare hit this coronavirus-ridden quarter. On the upside, the Cupertino idiot-tax operation banked billions from folks snapping up wearables, music, apps, video and more to kill their lockdown boredom.…
Tags: Apple, Cook, Software, Cupertino


Tim Cook teases that Apple is 'looking at other areas' for the Apple Watch when it comes to health (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is "looking at other areas" when it comes to health and the Apple Watch. The comment comes after reports have suggested that Apple is bringing features like sleep tracking and blood oxygen monitoring to the Apple Watch. The Apple Watch has gradually become one of Apple's most important products as its wearables division continues to pick up steam amid slowing iPhone sales.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Apple Watch already offers c...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Cook, Trends, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Cnbc, Marc Andreessen, Cramer, Jim Cramer, Fitbit Cook


Apple CEO Tim Cook on New Products: 'We Have Our Head Down and Are Working'

During today's earnings call covering the second fiscal quarter of 2020, Apple CEO Tim Cook provided some insight on what we can expect from Apple in terms of new products during the global health crisis. A mockup of an iPhone 12 with smaller notch Cook said that apple is continuing to operate, and that Apple employees are getting used to working from home. "In some areas of the company, some people may be even more productive," he said. "In some areas, not as productive. It's mixed dependin...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Featured, Tim Cook


Apple Planning Apple Card Financing Options for Devices Other than iPhone

Apple may be planning to introduce interest-free Apple Card payment plans for devices other than the iPhone, Apple CEO Tim Cook said during today's earnings call covering the second fiscal quarter of 2020. In the Q&A portion of the call, Cook was asked about the potential for deferred payments or product bundles with the ‌Apple Card‌, and he had this to say:As you know, we launched the payment plan earlier on ‌Apple Card‌ for ‌iPhone‌. We're working on that for other products and you'll see s...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Tim Cook, Apple Card


Apple's Services Revenue Hits New All-Time High of $13.3 Billion in Q2 2020

Apple's services category, which includes Tunes, the App Store, the Mac App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay, AppleCare, Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and more, has continued to see significant growth even amid the global health crisis, Apple announced today. In the second fiscal quarter of 2020, Apple's services segment brought in $13.3 billion, up from $11.5 billion in the year-ago quarter, marking 17 percent growth year over year. Apple in 2019 introduced a number of new services, in...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Itunes, App Store, Facetime, Apple News, Luca Maestri, Apple Card


Apple News hits 125 million monthly active users

During the pandemic crisis, active users of Apple’s news platform hit an all-time high. On an earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared that Apple News had reached 125 million monthly active users. Cook announced the number after revealing the company’s Q2 performance which saw its Products revenue decline year-over-year while Services surged. The company earned Services revenue of $13.35 billion in Q2, juicing the segment by about $1.9 billion since last year. Apple launched a paid version of ...
Tags: Apple, TC, Cook, Tech, Tim Cook, Services, Apple News


Apple Plans to Reopen Stores in Austria and Australia in 1 to 2 Weeks

Apple plans to reopen retail stores in Australia in the next one to two weeks, Apple CEO Tim Cook said today in an interview with Bloomberg ahead of today's Q2 2020 earnings call. Apple has a single store in Austria and over 20 retail locations in Australia. Cook said that "just a few" stores will reopen in the United States starting in May. Before reopening stores, Apple will "look at the data" and make decisions "city by city, county by county" when considering whether to reopen stores. Ea...
Tags: Apple, South Korea, Cook, Australia, Bloomberg, Austria, United States, Tim Cook, Cupertino, Apple Store, Santa Clara County, Greater China, Deirdre O Brien, Apple Plans to Reopen Stores


Apple Has Shipped 7.5 Million Face Shields to Healthcare Workers Worldwide

Apple in early April tapped its engineers and supplier companies to construct face shields for medical workers around the world, and Apple has now shipped a total of 7.5 million face shields. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the news during today's earnings call covering the second fiscal quarter of 2020. Apple is continuing to construct and ship one million face shields each week. Cook also said that Apple's COVID-19 screening app has been downloaded more than two million times, and the web ver...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Cook, Mac, White House, Tim Cook, Rumors, COVID, CDC FEMA, Healthcare Workers Worldwide


Apple Expects to See Growth in iPad and Mac Categories Next Quarter as People Work and Learn From Home

Apple today released its earnings results for the second fiscal quarter of 2020, but declined to provide guidance for the third quarter due to the current economic instability. Apple CFO Luca Maestri did provide a bit of information for investors, though, offering insight into how Apple expects the ongoing health crisis to affect product sales. Maestri said that it expects year over year performance for iPhone and the wearables category to worsen in the June quarter relative to the March quar...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Mac, Tim Cook, Mac Apple, Luca Maestri, Maestri


'What is an app?': Warren Buffett enlisted Apple CEO Tim Cook to teach him how to use his new iPhone

Warren Buffett, who only recently switched from a $20 flip phone to an iPhone, received personal instruction from Apple's CEO on how to use the device. "I went out to California, and Tim Cook very patiently spent hours trying to move me up to the level of the average two-year-old," the 89-year-old investor told Yahoo Finance. "Didn't quite make it." Buffett visited Cook to film a video in which he appears to develop an app, but was left with a burning question after they finished shooting. "As...
Tags: Apple, Cook, California, Trends, Tim Cook, Berkshire Hathaway, Omaha, Warren Buffett, Cnbc, Buffett, Tim, Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg TV, Yahoo Finance Didn, Apple Berkshire


Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have feuded for over a decade about space travel. Here are 9 other rivalries between some of the world's biggest tech CEOs.

While there are many close friendships among tech CEOs in Silicon Valley, there are plenty of feuds, too.  Some appear to be friendly rivalries — like Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison — but others have become more contentious.  Tim Cook and Mark Zuckerberg, for example, have been openly feuding for years, while Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos have made digs at each other over outer space.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Silicon Valley is a breeding ground...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Spacex, Elon Musk, Cook, Jobs, Instagram, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Washington, Time, San Francisco, Trends


Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly told Trump that he predicts a V-shaped economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook told President Trump that he believed the economy would have a V-shaped recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. A V-shaped recovery is the idea that the economy will make a sharp rebound after bottoming out. Cook and Trump have spoken on several occasions over the past year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple CEO Tim Cook told President Donald Trump that he expected the economy to make a V-shaped recovery when it bounces back from the COVID-19 pandemi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Cook, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Donald Trump, Cnbc, Trump, Austin Texas, James Bullard, St Louis Federal Reserve, Fox Business Others


Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly told President Trump that he predicts a V-shaped economic recovery after the coronavirus (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook told President Trump that he believed the economy would have a V-shaped recovery after the coronavirus pandemic. A V-shaped recovery is the idea that the economy will make a sharp rebound after bottoming out. Cook and Trump have spoken on several occasions over the past year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple CEO Tim Cook told President Donald Trump that he expected the economy to make a V-shaped recovery when it bounces back from the COVID-19 pandem...
Tags: Apple, Google, Cook, Trends, Bloomberg, United States, Tim Cook, Donald Trump, Cnbc, Trump, Austin Texas, James Bullard, St Louis Federal Reserve, Fox Business Others


Apple CEO Tim Cook Waives Royalties on Foo Fighters Charity Single for BBC

Apple CEO Tim Cook made a surprise appearance on BBC’s “Big Night In” fundraiser on Thursday to reveal the company is waiving fees on charity single “Times Like These.” Speaking remotely from his home, Cook said the tech giant is dismissing all royalties on the single, which is a cover of the Foo Fighters song […]
Tags: Apple, Cook, News, Global, Bbc, Tim Cook


Apple CEO Tim Cook Appears on 'Big Night In' Fundraiser in UK

Apple CEO Tim Cook today made a surprise appearance on the BBC's "Big Night In" fundraiser in the UK, where he announced Apple's plans to make a significant donation to the event. Cook also said that Apple would be waiving royalties on a "Times Like These" single that was performed on the show, and would allow UK Apple users to make Big Night In donations from their devices. On the UK Apple website, there's now a link to make a donation to the cause, though the link only works on devices set...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, UK, Cook, Mac, Bbc, United States, Tim Cook, Rumors, Lady Gaga the World Health Organization, Global Citizen Apple


First version of Apple and Google’s contact tracing API should be available to developers next week

The first version of Apple and Google’s jointly developed, cross-platform contact tracing API should be available to developers as of next week, according to a conversation between Apple CEO Tim Cook and European Commission for internal market Thierry Breton. Bretton shared a photo from his office which shows him having a video conversation with Cook, and told Les Echos that the Apple chief executive told him April 28 would be the day the contact tracing API will be available to software d...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Health, Google, Android, TC, Apps, Cook, Tech, Ceo, Smartphones, Tim Cook, Computing, European Commission, Api, Biotech


Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Contact Tracing API Available From April 28

Following a conference call with Apple CEO Tim Cook, EU industry leader Thierry Breton has said in a statement that Apple has a "responsibility" to make sure that contact tracing apps work on its iPhones, reports Reuters. Image via @ThierryBreton It is "the responsibility of companies such as Apple to do their utmost to develop suitable technical solutions to make the national apps work. Coordination with EU member states' health authorities is paramount," Breton said in a statement. The two ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Cook, France, Eu, European Union, Tim Cook, Reuters, Breton, Thierry Breton


Apple and Google's new smartphone alert system for tracking the coronavirus could be 'alarming' for privacy, US senator warns (AAPL, GOOG, GOOGL)

US Senator Josh Hawley is pressing Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Apple CEO Tim Cook to raise privacy questions about the companies' joint contact tracing technology. Hawley is calling on the CEOs to take personal responsibility when it comes to protecting consumer privacy throughout the project. Apple and Google's contact tracing system would make it possible to receive a smartphone alert if you may have been exposed to someone infected with COVID-19. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Cook, US, Trends, Missouri, Connecticut, Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Reuters, Richard Blumenthal, Google Apple, Blumenthal, Hawley, Josh Hawley


Will The Pandemic Force Us to Learn How to Cook?

"In one recent survey, 54 percent of respondents said they cook more than before the pandemic," writes a clinical associate professor at NYU's business school: 75 percent said they have become more confident in the kitchen and 51 percent said they will continue to cook more after the crisis ends. Interest in online cooking tutorials, recipe websites and food blogs has surged. Dozens of recipe writers and cookbook authors such as Alison Roman, Jet Tila, and Julia Turshen are frenetically posting...
Tags: Google, Cook, Instagram, Tech, Nyu, Eliza Bayne, Julia Turshen, Alison Roman Jet Tila


Tim Cook Named to California's Economic Recovery Task Force

California Governor Gavin Newsom today unveiled a new business recovery task force intended to guide the state as it gets its economy back up and running as coronavirus shutdowns begin to ease in the coming weeks and months, reports CNBC. The task force will be co-chaired by philanthropist Tom Steyer and Newsom's chief of staff Ann O'Leary, and it will be composed of more than 70 members including Apple CEO Tim Cook and Disney Executive Chairman Bob Iger. The task force will reportedly meet ...
Tags: Apple, Cook, California, Tim Cook, Cnbc, Gavin Newsom, Tom Steyer, Bob Iger, Newsom, Ann O Leary, Disney Executive, COVID-19 Coronavirus, Economic Recovery Task Force



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