It should come as no real surprise that Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook says he'll "probably" leave the company within the next 10 years, given that the man is 60. But, it does raise the question of who is in line to replace him — AppleInsider ranks the current best options.
Current and former Apple executives, including CEO Tim Cook and ex-iOS chief Scott Forstall, are scheduled to testify at an upcoming trial involving Epic Games that could reshape how the tech giant manages the App Store.
Judge in the Epic Games Fortnite hearings describes Apple as "frustrating and unsatisfactory," and orders the company to produce payment processing documentation.
It will be WWDC and its "historic" announcement of the move to Apple Silicon that will be remembered, but there was so much more going on in June 2020 for Apple.
Craig Federighi says that Apple's new privacy "nutrition" labels are the start of "something really ambitious," that the company wants its rivals to copy.
Ahead of the scheduled trial over "Fortnite" and the App Store, lawyers for Epic Games are demanding that Apple's Craig Federighi and Eddy Cue be deposed.
Apps that fail to "play by the rules" of Apple's anti-ad tracking policy will be removed from the App Store, executive Craig Federighi has warned to developers who attempt to circumvent iOS 14's inbound privacy feature.
In a wide-ranging interview, Apple executives including Craig Federighi have revealed more information behind designing the Apple Silicon M1 — and discuss aspects like the future of Windows on the platform.
Apple's Craig Federighi says the iOS 14 anti-tracking move is a core Apple value, and expects advertisers' fears will prove unfounded.