Apple recently quietly retired its iPod Classic device, although it didn’t announce the move at the time, nor has it given the gadget much of a send-off. Last night, Apple […]
Businessweek magazine scooped an uber-rare interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook last week.
Has Apple lost its mojo? The rise of Android (and Samsung), as well as mis-steps like Apple Maps, has provoked plenty of criticism of Apple and its CEO Tim Cook in recent months.
On-the-record interviews by Apple CEO Tim Cook are as rare as hen’s teeth, so Business Week’s long Q&A is getting plenty of attention today.
Apple has announced a management shakeup, with its senior vice president of iOS software Scott Forstall leaving the company.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was keen to stress his company’s commitment to music at its iPhone 5 launch event this week, which also saw the unveiling of new iPods and a revamped iTunes store and software.
Fortune has run a fascinating feature on Apple in the Tim Cook era, which (with equally fascinating timing) comes as Cook forgoes $75m in dividend payments from the company he […]
Apple’s latest tablet isn’t called the iPad 3 or iPad HD, it turns out: just ‘the new iPad’. It was unveiled last night by CEO Tim Cook and his team.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made a keynote speech at a conference organised by Goldman Sachs yesterday – a rare appearance by an Apple exec at another company’s event.
Having replaced Steve Jobs as Apple CEO, Tim Cook wrote an email to staff yesterday to reassure them that there won’t be too much upheaval. “I want you to be confident that Apple is not going to change. I cherish and celebrate Apple’s unique principles and values,” he wrote.
Apple has a new boss this morning, after CEO Steve Jobs handed in his resignation. He’s been replaced by former COO Tim Cook, as part of what Jobs’ described as Apple’s “succession plan”. The company has had some time to plan for this moment, with Jobs taking his most recent medical leave of absence in January this year.