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  1. Apple‘s Tim Cook: Sideloading is “not in the best interests of the user” The interview also touched on privacy, AR, health, and future products. Apple has been under a mountain of scrutiny lately from legislators, developers, judges, and users. Amidst all that, CEO Tim Cook sat with publication Brut. to discuss Apple's strategy and policies. The short but wide-ranging interview offered some insight into where Apple plans to go in the future. As is so common when Tim Cook speaks publicly, privacy was a major focus. His response to a question about its importa
  2. Tim Cook Responds to Facebook Criticism of iOS App Tracking Transparency Changes, Says It's 'Hard To Argue Against' Privacy In a preview of an interview with The New York Times' Kara Swisher, set to be published on Monday, April 5, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he's "shocked" at the criticism Apple has received in recent months over upcoming privacy changes in iOS, and claimed that they're "hard to argue against." Apple plans to begin enforcing App Tracking Transparency (ATT) changes following the release of iOS 14.5, meaning all apps that access an iPhone's ad iden
  3. Apple CEO Tim Cook was this week awarded 667,974 restricted stock units or RSUs worth more than $76 million at Apple's current price, according to a filing with the SEC. The first half of the RSUs are set to vest in one-third increments in 2023, 2024, and 2025, so Cook will receive 111,329 shares every April starting in 2023. The second half of the RSUs are performance-based awards and will vest on October 1, 2023, based on Apple's relative shareholder return. Cook can potentially receive up to 200% of the 333,987 RSUs awarded for performance. These perfor
  4. Tim Cook: Why Apple doesn’t always have to be first We don’t want to be the first, we want to be the best, Apple CEO says (Image credit: Apple) Apple CEO Tim Cook has opened up about his plans for the future and some of his most personal values. Speaking at the Dreamforce 2019 event in San Francisco today, the Apple chief revealed some of his most pertinent drives, including how he sees the future of the iPhone maker evolving in the near future. In a revealing fireside chat with Sa
  5. "The most precious resource we all have is time," tweets Tim Cook in memory of Steve Jobs Eight years ago today, Steve Jobs passed away at 3 PM in his home in Palo Alto, California, aged 56. The co-founder of Apple Inc. and a linchpin in making the company one of the most valuable companies in the world, struggled against pancreatic cancer in the later years of his life. The same illness also became the reason for his stepping down as the CEO of the company he laid the foundations of. Tim Cook, the current CEO of Apple, marked the eighth anniversary of his passing, by quoting
  6. Apple CEO says he believes "deeply" that currency must remain in the hands of states. Apple CEO Tim Cook says his company doesn't intend to launch a cryptocurrency. Tim Cook isn't interested in Apple launching a cryptocurrency. In an interview with French publication Les Echos published on Friday, the Apple CEO said he believes deeply that money must remain in the hands of states. "I am not comfortable with the idea that a private group creates a competing currency," Cook told Les Echos, according to a translation of the interview. "Money, like Defense
  7. Cook appears to be the first tech CEO to speak out about the fires. As fires continue to consume the Amazon rainforest for a fourth week, Apple CEO Tim Cook pledged aid from his company without specifying a dollar amount. "It's devastating to see the fires and destruction ravaging the Amazon rainforest, one of the world's most important ecosystems. Apple will be donating to help preserve its biodiversity and restore the Amazon's indispensable forest across Latin America," Cook tweeted on Monday. Apple didn't immediately respond to request for comment.
  8. Trump's meeting with Cook was disclosed by daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump. US President Donald Trump met with Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday to discuss trade and other hot-button issues facing the tech company as Trump deliberates whether to make good on his threat to hike tariffs on imports from China. Trump's meeting with Cook was disclosed by daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump during an event that Trump held with governors on skills development. Cook is a frequent visitor to the White House and has worked with Ivanka Trump on her job
  9. Time has published an article written by Apple CEO Tim Cook arguing in favor of stronger U.S. privacy laws. The article was published under the headline “You Deserve Privacy Online. Here's How You Could Actually Get It.” Much of the article rehashes what Cook has said before, which can be summarized by what he believes are the four basic privacy rights: “First, the right to have personal data minimized. Companies should challenge themselves to strip identifying information from customer data or avoid collecting it in the first place. Second, the right to kno
  10. (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc has responded to comments made by Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook in an interview, in which he said there had been no recent settlement talks between the iPhone maker and chip supplier in their global legal battle, calling Cook’s remarks “misleading.” Apple on Wednesday said it stood by Cook’s comments. The two companies are disputing comments their respective CEOs have made over settlement talks. Apple’s chief on Tuesday said any talks ended in September 2018. Qualcomm’s Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf in Novemb
  11. Tim Cook (Apple CEO) has defended his firm’s agreement with Google, in spite of his earlier criticism of the search behemoth for its inconsiderate attitude toward consumer data. The comments, which were aired as fraction of an interview on HBO on Axios, came in response to Cook being questioned why he was calm taking billions from Google to make it default search engine for Apple, in spite of wanting to defend consumer privacy. To reply this question, Cook emphasized the privacy and security standards that Apple develops unswervingly into its Safari browser while still
  12. During a town hall meeting at Apple's headquarters, Cook said that the company was using the Apple Music app as a test for expanding its services to other platforms. Apple CEO, Tim Cook has hinted at the possibility of more Apple apps being made available on Google’s Android OS. During the company’s town hall meeting at its headquarters, Cook said that Apple was using the Apple Music app on Android as a test for expanding its services to other platforms. This may lead to additional Apple’s exclusive suite of apps being ported to Android. Google and M
  13. Image via Getty Images This morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook sent a lengthy memo to employees as a reflection of the soon-ending 2013 and the upcoming year of 2014, according to multiple sources. In the letter, Tim Cook discusses people experiencing Apple products this holiday season, the Apple products launched throughout 2013, and corporate initiatives. “This holiday season, tens of millions of people around the world, from all walks of life, are experiencing Apple products for the first time. Those moments of surprise and delight are magical, and they’re all made possible by your hard work,” Coo
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