Corporate executives make a lot of money. And so it's no surprise that there are lists made to see where they stack up against one another. That makes it easy to see how one executive or another either climbs or falls on those particular lists.
By all accounts, Tim Cook appears to be pretty happy being the Chief Executive Officer of Apple. So it wouldn't be too surprising to hear that he wouldn't be keen on the idea of giving up the position to anyone else. And according to one story, Cook made sure Elon Musk of all people knew that wasn't a possibility.
Teased over the weekend, Apple's CEO Tim Cook has just had a brand new interview published early this morning. In it, Cook talks about a range of topics, including Tesla and App Store security.
It's certainly starting to feel like the Apple Car is a real thing the company isn't just toying around with, but rather a project that will become the real deal before too long. Today we have yet another rumor pointing to its seemingly inevitable arrival.
Right now, Spotify is the primary way to listen to music when using streaming services in a Tesla, with no alternative options officially supported in the infotainment system. However, a recent software update appears to indicate the company behind the popular electric automobile lineup is working on adding support for other streaming services, including Apple's.
It's hard to argue with the power of an Apple rumor. Even if nothing ever comes of it --remember the Apple TV set?-- the market usually starts to expect its arrival anyway. And, of course, CEOs of other companies that might have to start competing with Apple directly are asked whether or not they're ready for the competition.
Before 2020 closes out, we get to hear some pretty surprising information from none other than Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla. According to the chief executive, he reached out to another executive at another company in an effort to see about a potential acquisition of the electric automobile company. Turns out? Tim Cook of Apple didn't even take the meeting.
We go for a long stretch without hearing anything about the Apple Car, and then all of a sudden it's back in the cycle.
Although being several years in the making, our Wallpapers of Week collection has rarely featured car-themed images. These Tesla Model 3 iPhone wallpapers represent a prefect cross section of technology and auto industry. I had to put them into gallery, given their high quality and impressive depth of field.
Caviar, a company known for creating ridiculously luxurious replacement casings for Apple’s smartphones, is out today with its latest creation which looks like a cross between Tesla's upcoming Cybertruck and the latest iPhone 11 Pro models.
A new report says that Apple has made another big hire with ties to the automotive industry.
Back in August of last year, it was reported that Apple's plans to launch a car of its own were back on track and that we could see the automobile launch within the next five to seven years. Interestingly enough, it turns out that Apple may have had a different plan of attack back in 2013 that involved Tesla.