Apple CEO Tim Cook has agreed to participate in U.S. House Judiciary Committee antitrust probe, making him the last chief executive of four big tech companies targeted in the investigation to signal intent to yield testimony.
Apple's Tim Cook and Steve Jobs brought different presentation styles to their Apple Silicon and Intel Mac transition announcements using the same playbook, and both had to achieve exactly the same results.
In a wide-ranging interview, Apple's Marketing head Greg Joswiak defends the overall App Store approach, but also says the company is paying attention to developers over issues in how the App Store handles distribution.
Apple didn't want to hold this year's WWDC keynote completely online, but when forced into it, the company did an exceptional job — and so much so that it will be a shame if the 2021 WWDC reverts to a live show.
The full pre-WWDC interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook has aired, with the corporate chief offering few clues about what to expect as well as discussing the need for the iPhone maker to be socially aware, the impact of COVID-19, and tax payments.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be offering his views on equality and civil rights in an interview to be broadcast on Sunday ahead of WWDC, with Cook also discussing raising civil rights issues with President Donald Trump.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will be served a subpoena to testify in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee if he refuses to willingly participate in an ongoing antitrust probe, the investigation's leader said on Friday.
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