With so many lockdowns going into effect last year, working from home became essential. Tech companies, like Apple, were some of the first to implement plans to make that possible. But, at least one CEO believes in-person work is still essential, and hopes it comes back soon.
Netflix gets teased a lot for having a lot of content, but "nothing to watch". And some of its originals are panned for, well, not being that great. That isn't to say Netflix hasn't had some successes -- it definitely has. And the streaming service dominates the space right now. So of course Apple should have purchased it years ago.
Apple is a successful company. It has been for a long, long time. But it's impossible to ignore the impact that Tim Cook, the current CEO, has had on the company. Now, a new report aims to shed light on how Cook was able to build the company up to its current state, something even more impressive than it has been in the past.
We've known for over a month now that Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, is going to testify in the legal battle with Epic Games. But today we find out just how long at least one deposition is going to take.
The European Union's data protection conference, the CPDP, kicks off today. As such, a range of notable figures in the technology and data industries are due to have some input. And that includes Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, who provided the opening keynote speech.
Apple is having a moment. With the company's latest quarterly earnings report, it smashed previous records. And divisions like Services and iPhone saw huge profit gains. So the idea of branching out to new product types if probably, certainly, on the company's roadmap.
When Apple announces its latest quarterly earnings, the company's CEO, Tim Cook, tends to drop some additional information to outlets. This time around is no different, with Cook confirming a new milestone for the company relating to active devices out there in the wild.
Tim Cook has said that Parler, a micro-blogging app that saw a sudden surge of popularity after Twitter blocked Trump, could return to the App Store if it complies with Apple's rules.
Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, recently sat down with CBS This Morning to talk about current events. And, at the same time, tease an upcoming announcement.
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.
Facebook in the past two days took out two full-page ads in major US newspapers to try to push regulators into taking action against iOS 14's new ad-tracking controls, and now the iPhone maker's chief executive has responded to these attack ads with a tweet about privacy.
It's been a bit quiet on the Epic Games vs Apple front as of late. However, before 2020 wraps up, at least one judge had one more thing to add to the mix: ordering Apple's CEO (Tim Cook) and head of iOS and macOS development (Craig Federighi) to testify.