iPhone X hits stores, Apple nears $1 trillion market cap

In September, Apple CEO Tim Cook paid homage to company co-founder Steve Jobs, by unveiling the iPhone X with the phrase, “One more thing.” That “one more thing” has helped propel Apple’s market cap over the $900 billion mark and may hit $1 trillion, experts say.

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Tim Cook Says the Mac Mini Isn’t Dead, but It Sure Leaves a Lot of Performance on the Table

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Tim Cook declined to provide a timeline on when we might see a new Mac mini. That’s somewhat problematic, because Intel’s newer mobile chips would significantly improve the platform’s performance, power consumption, video, and gaming capabilities.

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Tech execs condemn Charlottesville violence as Trump denounces KKK, white supremacists

Tech execs ranging from Apple CEO Tim Cook to Intel Brian Krzanich have tweeted their dismay and frustration regarding the Charlottesville protests that ended in violent tragedy.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: Why we removed VPN apps in China

Apple CEO Tim Cook has defended the tech giant’s controversial move to remove some virtual private network (VPN) apps from its China App Store, saying that Apple is complying with the country’s laws.

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Tim Cook believes that augmented reality could be as big as the smartphone

In an interview with The Independent during his visit to the U.K. this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook likened the emerging technology to the very established and ubiquitous technology of the smartphone.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook sends memo to employees after Trump victory, urges unity

Apple CEO Tim Cook sent an email to the tech giant’s employees urging unity Wednesday following Donald Trump’s shock victory in the Presidential election.

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Tim Cook Devotes a Lot of Words to Saying Very Little


Tim Cook talked about his five years at the helm of Apple in a wide-ranging interview published Saturday. Apple fans looking for juicy morsels about new products won’t find them in the Q & A, however. Among other things, Cook discounted the bleak claims of those analysts who maintain the smartphone market is in decline — and Apple’s fortunes with it. The smartphone product category’s best days are still ahead, he suggested. Cook’s view isn’t just wishful thinking, according to Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies.

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Apple CEO's tearful Orlando tribute

Apple CEO Tim Cook started the company’s annual developer conference, WWDC, by paying tribute to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook condemns 'senseless, unconscionable' Orlando shooting

Apple CEO Tim Cook condemned Sunday’s Orlando nightclub shooting as “senseless” and “unconscionable” during his keynote at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco Monday.

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Apple Invests $1B in Chinese Uber Competitor Didi Chuxing


Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday met with executives from Didi Chuxing, just days after the company announced that it had received a US$1 billion investment from Apple. After arriving in Beijing, Cook tweeted out photos of himself taking a taxi with Jean Liu, the president of Didi Chuxing, and of her showing him the mobile app. Apple hosted a panel of iOS developers at the Apple Store in Beijing, which included the founders of e-commerce companies Toutiao, Tap4Fun, Meituan Dianping and DayDay Cook.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook attends secret meeting with tech and government elite to plot end to Trump presidential run

Article Image Technology industry leaders including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page and Tesla and SpaceX chief Elon Musk met with top GOP representatives at the secretive American Enterprise Institute’s annual World Forum this past weekend to discuss how to halt Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, a report said Monday.

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Company, not Cook, will be held responsible if Apple loses fight over FBI case, experts say

Article Image Although CEO Tim Cook could, theoretically, be put in prison if Apple continues to refuse the order to help the FBI unlock an iPhone belonging to San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook, more likely is that the company itself might be held in contempt, according to a pair of experts weighing in on the matter.

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Apple CEO defends position in encryption dispute with feds

Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview Wednesday it was a tough decision to resist a court order directing the tech giant to override security features on the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino gunmen who killed 14 people in a December terror attack.

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Tim Cook: FBI is asking Apple to create 'software equivalent of cancer'

Article Image In a lengthy interview with ABC News anchor David Muir, Apple CEO Tim Cook reiterated that the repercussions of complying with FBI requests to build an iOS backdoor don’t end with one smartphone, but instead have implications that ripple far beyond to hundreds of millions of iOS device owners.

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'This would be bad for America,' Tim Cook tells ABC News about creating iPhone backdoor

Article Image Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook will take to the airwaves this evening in an exclusive interview with ABC’s World News Tonight with David Muir, where he will explain why his company refuses to create a “backdoor” to unlock iPhones for the FBI.

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