Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with ABC News’ Diane Sawyer to discuss a range of Apple-related topics including digital wellbeing and the company’s focus on privacy.

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In an interview with Good Morning America, Apple CEO Tim Cook discusses the price of the new iPhone XS and XS Max, the Apple Watch Series 4, exemption on tariffs and Apple’s manufacturing process.

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A short while ago, we reported on the news that today marks the 30th birthday of the Mac, and in celebration of this momentous occasion, Apple pieced together a short video clip. But considering how integral the Mac has become not only to Apple’s product range, but also to its identity as a company, there was always going to be more to today than just a video clip. Three of Apple’s head honchos, including the Cupertino’s CEO Tim Cook, have sat down for an interview for ABC News, and although we’ve only a short preview of the full-length piece set to air tonight, it’ll surely be a must-watch for any ardent Apple fan.

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An interview with a top Apple executive is a fairly rare occurrence, but with both the iPhone 5c and the new flagship iPhone 5s in the hands of hundreds of thousands around the globe, the Cupertino company’s biggest names have offered their opinions on some of the topics we all just love to hear about it. CEO Tim Cook, along with Jonny Ive and Senior Vice President of software Craig Federighi, have all given their two cents on the shape of the mobile market, as well as touching on the more sensitive topics like rival Android’s fragmented nature.

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Both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates will be remembered as two of the biggest tech luminaries of their time, long after both have passed on. Anyone who has seen Pirates of Silicon Valley will know how both Apple and Microsoft’s histories are deeply intertwined, and how closely – and often not – Jobs and Gates worked together.

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I recently wrote an article which covered the hype surrounding the development of MobileX for the Apple TV allowing iOS applications to run natively on the device. As a quick summary, developer Steven Troughton-Smith has been working to enhance the functionality of the fantastic, but often under used Apple TV device by acquiring MobileX which is effectively a re-implementation of what we know as Springboard on other iOS devices.

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