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Tim Cook: Sideloading is a disaster and proposed App Store reforms would harm user privacy and security

Apple CEO stays on message during interview while Epic case rumbles along Tim Cook has claimed that proposed reforms to the App Store are "not in the best interests of the user" and would "destroy the security of the iPhone."…
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Tim Cook says Android has more malware than iOS, blames side-loading

Apple CEO Tim Cook says Android has 47 times more malware than iOS, blaming side-loading. But we're not so sure about the figure.
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Apple‘s Tim Cook: Sideloading is “not in the best interests of the user”

The interview also touched on privacy, AR, health, and future products.
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Apple CEO Criticizes European Law That Would Break App Store Hold

Apple CEO Tim Cook said that he believes a proposed European law known as DMA would "not be in the best interest of users," signaling the iPhone maker's opposition to European legislation that would force it to allow users to install software outside of Apple's App Store. From a report: "I look at the tech regulation that's being discussed, I think there are good parts of it. And I think there are parts of it that are not in the best interests of the user," Cook said on Wednesday through videoco...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook: Sideloading Apps Would 'Destroy the Security' of the iPhone

Apple CEO Tim Cook this morning participated in a virtual interview at the VivaTech conference, which is described as Europe's biggest startup and tech event. Cook was interviewed by Guillaume Lacroix, CEO and founder of Brut, a media company that creates short-form video content. Much of the discussion centered on privacy, as it often does in interviews that Cook participates in. He reiterated once again how important privacy is to Apple.We've been focused on privacy for over a decade. We see ...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook criticizes European law that would break App Store hold

"I look at the tech regulation that's being discussed, I think there are good parts of it. And I think there are parts of it that are...
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Apple's Cook Criticises Proposed Changes to Draft EU Tech Rules

BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) - Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook on Wednesday said that proposed changes to a draft EU tech law known as the Digital...
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Mark Zuckerberg falls off Glassdoor's top 100 CEOs list for the first time since 2013, as his employee-approval rating on the website drops

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg KENZO TRIBOUILLARD / AFP via Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg dropped off Glassdoor's "Top CEOs" list for the first time since 2013. The Facebook CEO scored an 89% employee approval rating, far higher than Glassdoor's 73% CEO average. But he dropped from the list after employee approval dipped in late 2020 and early 2021. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has dropped off Glassdoor's list of the top 100 CEOs ...
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Apple reportedly planned to open its own primary healthcare clinics and employ doctors in a project codenamed 'Casper,' which stalled because key people quit

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images In 2016, Apple launched a plan, codenamed Casper, to offer primary-care medicine, the WSJ reported. In Casper, which is making little progress, Apple wanted to open clinics and employ doctors, sources said. Multiple people reportedly quit the project, and Apple is instead focusing on devices like its watch. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple has spent years trying to push into healthcare, including by launching i...
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WSJ: Apple Piloted Running Its Own Subscription Based Primary Healthcare Service With 'Apple Doctors'

In 2016, Apple considered an "audacious" plan to launch its own healthcare service, based on a subscription, with "Apple doctors" at clinics for customers, according to The Wall Street Journal. The project, which has since stalled due to internal concerns, was to offer customers an all-encompassing healthcare service that would integrate data collected from the iPhone and Apple Watch. On the project's heels, an internal team studied how data collected from the Apple Watch could improve health...
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Apple Struggles in Push to Make Healthcare Its Greatest Legacy

Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the company’s greatest contribution to mankind will be in health. So far, some of its initiatives aimed at...
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18 valuable pieces of advice from the best graduation speeches of all time

Issa Rae. Theo Wargo/Getty Images Most commencement speeches tend to follow a similar formula. However, some are so inspiring they are remembered long after graduation. Issa Rae was praised for her Stanford commencement speech that quoted the rap song "Wipe Me Down." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. "Ditch the dream and be a doer, not a dreamer." - Shonda Rhimes' 2014 speech at Dartmouth College Shonda Rhimes at Dartmouth College. Dartmouth/YouTube The...
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Tim Cook Highlights Apple's iOS 15 Privacy Protections in New Video for European Audiences

Apple has published a new video to its official regional YouTube channels for European countries that focuses specifically on the new privacy features coming with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. The video, simply titled "Privacy," opens with CEO Tim Cook speaking to the camera and explaining Apple's long-standing stance on the topic: At Apple, we believe privacy is a fundamental human right. We work relentlessly to build it into everything we make, and it's fundamental to how we design and engineer eve...
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The Apple Watch wasn't always the king of smartwatches. Here's how it went from unpopular fashion accessory to conquer Fitbit and everyone else.

Tim Cook, Apple CEO, wears an Apple Watch on September 9, 2014 in Cupertino, Calif. Lea Suzuki/The San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images The Apple Watch is the most popular smartwatch in the world, but that wasn't always the case. It struggled to win over customers when after launching in 2015 and lagged behind Fitbit. But Apple in 2016 redirected its focus on fitness instead of fashion and sales started pouring in. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Apple Watch ha...
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Some employees are quitting their jobs over return-to-office policies. A strategic-thinking expert explains how leaders can maintain a flexible approach to keep workers on board.

Some employees are quitting their jobs over inflexible return-to-work arrangements. Inside Creative House/Getty Images Some employees are becoming increasingly frustrated with their company's return-to-work plans. In some cases, they have even quit their jobs over inflexible work policies. As offices reopen, an expert shared the best strategies leaders should use to keep staff on board. See more stories on Insider's business page. As vaccination drives continue to ramp up, retur...
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How Apple, Google, and Microsoft reacted to Trump-era DOJ subpoenas and requests for data on political rivals and journalists

Apple CEO Tim Cook with former President Donald Trump in 2019. Tom Brenner/Reuters The Trump-era Justice Department requested data from Apple, Google, and Microsoft on his rivals. Rep. Eric Swalwell, whose data was sought, said Trump acted like the "most despicable dictators." Here's how each company responded to the legal requests. See more stories on Insider's business page. During President Donald Trump's years in the White House, the Department of Justice requested informat...
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Apple says it didn't share pictures or emails from lawmakers' phones with Trump DOJ under subpoenas seeking to unmask leakers

President Donald Trump meets with members of his American Technology Council, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, on June 19, 2017 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Apple revealed new details about the Trump DOJ's subpoena targeting House Intel Committee lawmakers. It told TechCrunch the subpoena included a gag order and "no information" on the DOJ's inquiry. Apple said it gave "account subscriber information" and no content, "such as emails or pictures." See more stories ...
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U.S. Lawmakers Introduce Antitrust Legislation That Could Significantly Impact Apple and Other Tech Companies

U.S. House lawmakers today announced sweeping bipartisan antitrust legislation that could result in major changes to the tech industry, impacting companies like Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google. These measures are the culmination of a 16-month antitrust investigation into tech companies practices that kicked off in 2019, and which saw Apple CEO Tim Cook testify in an antitrust hearing alongside Alphabet/Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. At ...
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Apple boosts its 'Project Titan' electric car plan by hiring the cofounder of EV startup Canoo, who also spent 30 years at BMW

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Roy Rochlin / WireImage Apple hired a former BMW exec and Canoo cofounder to work on its electric car project, Bloomberg first reported. Ulrich Kranz spent 30 years at BMW before setting up startup Canoo, which he became CEO of in 2019. Apple is reportedly building a self-driving electric car, but has made no public announcements. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple has hired Ulrich Kranz, a former BMW executive and cofounder of autonomous electric ve...
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Apple confirms hiring of Ulrich Kranz, former CEO of EV company Canoo

Apple has hired the former co-founder and CEO of electric vehicle company Canoo to help with the development of the Apple Car, Bloomberg first reported, citing unnamed sources. Apple has confirmed to TechCrunch it has hired Kranz, but did not provide further details into his job responsibilities or title. Kranz resigned his position at Canoo in April after steering the company toward public listing and a new leadership team, and he is reported to have been scooped up by Apple with...
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Facebook first-ever smartwatch will reportedly have two cameras and roll out next summer

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. KENZO TRIBOUILLARD / AFP via Getty Images Sources told The Verge Facebook has spent $1 billion on a smartwatch since 2019. The product will have two cameras that can detach from the wrist to take photos and videos, the report said. Such a product would put Facebook head-to-head with Apple, which dominates the smartwatch market. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook is planning on rolling out its first-ever smartwatch in summer 2022, accordi...
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Facebook's first-ever smartwatch will reportedly have two cameras and roll out next summer

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. KENZO TRIBOUILLARD / AFP via Getty Images Sources told The Verge Facebook has spent $1 billion on a smartwatch since 2019. The product will have two cameras that can detach from the wrist to take photos and videos, the report said. Such a product would put Facebook head-to-head with Apple, which dominates the smartwatch market. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook is planning on rolling out its first-ever smartwatch in summer 2022, accordi...
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Does Tim Cook Know About Mark Zuckerberg’s Skills With a Spear?

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page is having an extremely normal one, read: Mark’s latest gladiatorial displays to the mighty riff of Audioslave. As you can see, he is capable of firing bow and arrow and throwing a javelin—or a spear of some sort. Also, yesterday he dropped whatever still-intact public pretense might…Read more...
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Some Apple suppliers in China are reportedly saying they won't hire minorities like Uyghur Muslims in job postings

Apple CEO Tim Cook on November 20, 2019. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images The Information viewed jobs listings from Apple suppliers in China explicitly saying Uyghurs are excluded. The outlet previously reported some Apple suppliers were linked to suspected forced labor of the minority group. Human rights activists have condemned China for its persecution and detainment of 1 million Uyghurs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Some Apple suppliers in China aren't accepting...
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The annual Sun Valley conference, known as 'summer camp for billionaires,' will return in July - and powerful moguls like Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg are on the guest list

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at the Allen & Co. Sun Valley Conference in 2017. Drew Angerer/Getty Images The Allen & Co. Sun Valley conference will return in July after being canceled during the pandemic. Moguls like Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffett, and Tim Cook are all on the guest list. The annual, invite-only event is known for being a hotbed for networking and dealmaking. See more stories on Insider's business page. Tech executives, media moguls, and other titans of industry ...
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Apple finally launches a Screen Time API for app developers

Just after the release of iOS 12 in 2018, Apple introduced its own built-in screen time tracking tools and controls. In then began cracking down on third-party apps that had implemented their own screen time systems, saying they had done so through via technologies that risked user privacy. What wasn’t available at the time? A Screen Time API that would have allowed developers to tap into Apple’s own Screen Time system and build their own experiences that augmented its capabilities. That’s now c...
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Everything Apple announced at WWDC 2021: iOS 15, MacOS Monterey, and more

Apple kicked off WWDC with a keynote from Tim Cook, and the company unveiled new iOS 15, iPadOS 15, WatchOS 8, and MacOS Monterey releases.
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Apple is finding more ways to keep you glued to the iPhone with iOS 15

Apple's iOS 15 update brings new features like digital IDs to Apple Wallet. Apple Apple is turning the iPhone into a replacement for our keys, wallet, and state IDs with iOS 15. The move has the potential to make our iPhones feel more essential than ever. It's another way to dissuade iPhone owners from switching to Android. See more stories on Insider's business page. The iPhone's appeal is about much more than just the iPhone. It's about the Apple Watch, AirPods, the ...
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Public Betas of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, tvOS 15 and watchOS 8 Coming in July

Apple is providing the new iOS 15, macOS Monterey, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8 updates to developers for testing purposes as of today, giving Apple a chance to work out initial bugs in the software. After a few weeks of testing, Apple plans to provide the betas to its public beta testing group as well, with Apple CEO Tim Cook confirming plans to release the new software to public beta testers at some point in July. This is also the testing format that Apple used for the iOS 14 updates last year, ...
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