Exactly 20 years ago, the time had come for Apple to let loose a completely new generation of Mac OS – Mac OS X. After a months-long public beta, the final version of Mac OS X 10.0.0 was released, only to receive a mixed response. Although the operating system certainly showed potential, it also came with several serious weaknesses – leading to difficulties with productive use.
Several renderings had already given us all a good indication of what direction the newest Apple Watch was headed in... Or so we thought – all the renderings were wrong. Differing from expectations, the Series 7 has not adopted an angular design, although there are definitely some other changes.
In the current edition of his newsletter well-known, all things Apple leaker Mark Gurman discussed what's next for CEO Tim Cook. Accordingly, Cook would like to see the launch of a new product line before considering retirement.
Tim Cook has headed Apple for ten years now and has been rewarded considerably for his activities. However, most of his personal income doesn't come from his salary. It comes from remuneration, and Cook just got a big payout in the form of stocks.
As CEO of the most valuable company in the world, Tim Cook is one of the top-earning CEOs on earth. Last year, the Apple CEO managed to double his earnings, with competition in the top 10 increasing considerably.
A recent book cites a conversation alleged to have taken place between Apple CEO Tim Cook and Tesla CEO Elon Musk. According to the book, Musk demanded a position as Apple CEO if Apple were allowed to purchase Tesla at a bargain. According to Musk – known for his strange antics, the bizarre story is a work of fiction.
Tim Cook recently answered questions concerning vertical integration at Apple at yesterday's quarterly conference, concerning whether or not Apple has plans to produce all device components for iPhone, iPad, and Mac itself.
There's been a surprising occurrence – after more than a decade, Apple is finally set to make another trade fair appearance. Apple also has a new VP of Communications, after the seat had remained empty for one and a half years.
Silicon Valley is no longer the Santa Clara based paradise that once attracted countless tech companies. The location's disadvantages have grown and companies have begun to move elsewhere – HP only recently just moved, and Apple would like to similarly decentralize.
Should current bills be implemented into law, tech companies will have a big problem on their hands. Apple would no longer be allowed to preinstall apps and services on its own devices – for Tim Cook that means calling as many congress members as possible.
According to several rumours, the next generation of AirPods Pro could be getting sensors for fitness and health features. There are even indications that Apple has set concrete plans into motion over the last few months.
In a recent podcast interview with The New York Times, Tim Cook answered several questions concerning his future in the next 10 years. Apple has been working on a succession plan for a while, as reported by Bloomberg last fall.
The streaming platform Apple TV+ hasn't seen any booming popularity. According to analyst Dan Ives, this is the result of a severe error on Apple's part, who should have purchased Netflix. Cupertino would be well advised to acquire a film studio.
Last quarter ended with enormous sales for a product type that hasn't seen much attention from customers in the last few years – the tablet. Thanks to the current situation, tablets are a hit on the market again – including the iPad.
After years of heading Apple's hardware engineering division, Dan Riccio is stepping down and leaving room for a successor. Apple announced the staff change with a press release, furthermore, Riccio will remain a part of the company – to work on completely new projects.
A new report from Bloomberg predicts the release of an exceptionally powerful VR headset in 2022 – and covers the difficulties Apple has had developing a set of AR glasses. It'll likely take a while until either become available.
Tim Cook was already a prominent figure at Apple before his appointment to CEO 2011, he's become even more so of one since. The Wall Street Journal takes a closer look at this man, whose entire life seems to revolve around Apple, and who leads a lonely lifestyle as a result.