Tim Cook may not sign his resignation letter until Apple launches one major new-category product, likely the company's heavily rumored head-worn gear and augmented reality glasses.
Disney's chief executive Bob Iger earlier today abruptly stepped down from his CEO role after running The Walt Disney Company for nearly fifteen years.
Despite encouraging sales figures and positive reviews on new products, Samsung CEO Kwon Oh-hyun has announced his resignation following nearly five years as second-in-command of the company.
Kwon Oh-hyun will relinquish his roles as Samsung Electronics’ CEO, vice chairman, and the head of its components business.
Recent deadly protests in Charlottesville continue to reflect negatively on the embattled US President Donald Trump as top Silicon Valley tech leaders have condemned the violent rally, with Apple CEO Tim telling troops in a company-wide email that “hate is cancer”.
Apple CEO Tim Cook appeared on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” last evening to discuss several topics of interest in a ten-minute segment. Among other things, Cook pitched the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus smartphones and talked about Apple's effort to improve its supply chain conditions, his coming out as gay, social responsibility, driverless cars and more.
Apple has even created witty Siri response to Colbert's queries about what he should ask Cook, to which the personal digital assistant responded “Do me a favor. Ask him when I'm going to get a raise”. We have a video of Cook's Tonight Show appearance for you to watch in case you missed the show.