Tim Cook visits NXP: ‘Sufficient competition on wireless payment market’
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, says there is sufficient competition within the European wireless payment market. As far as he is concerned, the EU does not need to impose sanctions on Apple Pay in regard to antitrust regulation. In addition, the Apple top executive indicates that the tech giant will maint... Read more
‘Apple looking to advance AI for iPhones, iPads and other devices’
Apple is reportedly looking to advance the AI capabilities of its devices. Recent moves indicate that the tech giant may be looking at generative AI to "transform" its suite of products.
Apple appears to be push forward aggressively into the area of AI development, according to a new analysis of... Read more
Apple could be developing a new iPhone Ultra for 2024
This information comes from tech journalist Mark Gurman at Bloomberg, who has a solid reputation for his Apple predictions.
He based his latest speculation on comments made by Apple CEO Tim Cook during a recent investor call. Cook said that people are willing to "stretch" to get the best iPhone ... Read more
Apple predicts that revenue will decline for the second quarter in a row
The company's CEO, Tim Cook, was optimistic about sales of services and iPhones but acknowledged that the economic uncertainty would likely impact areas such as gaming and digital advertising.
Despite recent financial results among the company's worst in years, Cook and Apple's leadership team t... Read more
Apple’s Mac sales decline due to supply chain issues
Apple marginally beat Wall Street estimates with its third-quarter earnings announcement on Thursday afternoon, showing a modest year-over-year gain in iPhone revenue and a 12 percent growth in its services segment. However, the company's numbers suffered in other segments
Mac revenue was down 1... Read more
Apple and industry veteran Jony Ive have broken up
According to The New York Times, Apple and Jony Ive are separating for good this time. The industry veteran left Apple in 2019 after working there for more than 20 years. Ive started his own business, LoveFrom, which had Apple as its first and primary customer. Now, the two splitting ties.
Acco... Read more
Apple’s Tim Cook takes firm stance against sideloading…again
On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook slammed forthcoming antitrust regulations in the United States and Europe, claiming that some of the proposed measures will jeopardize iPhone users' privacy and security.
In a speech at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C., Cook argued that regulators... Read more
Microsoft takes Apple’s position as the world’s most valuable company
Apple loses its position as the world's most valuable company. The price of shares falls -- and Microsoft takes the number one spot.
The news follows after Apple CEO Tim Cook announced a $6 billion (€5.2 billion) quarterly loss, a result of unexpected manufacturing problems. Apple's supply cha... Read more
Tim Cook teases us with hints about an autonomous Apple Car
For those who have been dreaming of a self-driving Apple car, their long wait may seem to be closer to ending. CEO Tim Cook just made his most provocative statements yet suggesting that Apple is making its own car filled with Apple technology.
While speaking with Kara Swisher of the New York Tim... Read more
Zuckerberg: we need to inflict pain on Apple
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has told people around him that he thinks Facebook needs to inflict pain on Apple. The two companies are embroiled in a battle over new privacy measures in the App Store.
The quote comes from The Wall Street Journal, which quotes sources inside Facebook. Zuckerberg i... Read more