Tim Cook News
iPhones prop up Apple’s latest quarterly earnings of $94.8 billion, sales of iPads, Macs plummets
Apple released the numbers of their most recent quarterly earnings, which revealed that the tech giant made over $94 billion dollars, thanks to record-breaking sales of iPhones. However, Apple's iPads and Macs failed to meet its expected target.
‘Taking home $226 million while laying off 12,000 staff’: Employees point out irony of Sundar Pichai’s massive pay check
The huge pay disparity comes at a time when Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has been cutting a large number of jobs globally. The California-based company announced plans to cut 12,000 jobs around the world in January, equivalent to almost 6% of its global workforce
IPL 2023: Apple CEO Tim Cook watched DC vs KKR with Sonam Kapoor, Anand Ahuja and Parth Jindal
Tim Cook attended the IPL fixture between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi.
Apple Saket, Now Open: Tim Cook launches New Delhi store amid long queues and loud cheers from fans
Tim Cook finally launched the second Apple retail store in India, the Apple Saket store in Select City Walk in New Delhi. As in the case with Apple BKC, Apple Saket's launch was attended by thousands of Apple fans who were welcomed by Tim Cook himself.
Apple CEO meets PM Modi, shares vision of India’s future
Tim Cook officially opened Apple's first retail outlet in India yesterday at Mumbai's Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). The Apple Store opened in Jio World Drive at Bandra Kurla Complex is larger than the Saket location
Die-hard Apple fan brings his Macintosh SE from 1984 to Apple BKC Mumbai, shows it to Tim Cook
Apple opened their first Indian retail store, Apple BKC in Mumbai with much fanfare. An Apple fan, Sajid, who is also a UX designer, brought an old Macintosh SE from the 1980s to show it to CEO Tim Cook. Another Apple Fan, brought a 10-year-old iPod to get it signed by Cook.
Watch: Tim Cook's epic reaction after man brings 1984 Macintosh Classic computer to Apple's BKC opening
Tim Cook on Tuesday inaugurated India's first Apple outlet in Mumbai's BKC.
From 2008 to 2023: Apple's long road to first retail store in India
It took Apple Inc 15 years from when it first started selling its iPhone in India to having a company-run retail store in the world's second biggest smartphone market
It's open and we can't keep calm: Apple's first retail store in India launches in Mumbai
Twenty-five years after entering India by selling products, Apple finally launched its first retail store in Mumbai. The event that was attended by CEO Tim Cook was all about high energy and enthusiasm
Long queues outside Apple's first-ever India store in Mumbai; check
People in large numbers gathered outside Apple's BKC store ahead of the outlet's grand inauguration
Taking a Big Bite: Why Apple's first store in India is a big deal
Apple Store in Mumbai: Apple CEO Tim Cook inaugurated India’s first Apple Store in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex, with the second launch in New Delhi scheduled two days later. These flagship stores are a big deal as the iPhone maker is seeking ways to expand in India and diversify away from China
The Big Apple is here! No, we aren't talking about New York, but Apple's first store in India
Apple's first store in India is finally here and it promises to offer an experience unlike any other. A day before it opens its doors to the public, here's a glimpse of the 22,000 square feet premise and all that it offers
'India has such an incredible energy:' Apple CEO Tim Cook praises Indian culture
Impressed by India's culture and the talent in the country, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that Apple will continue to invest in local communities, and work together to build a better future with innovations.
25 years of Apple in India: Excited to build upon Apple's long history in India, says CEO Tim Cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook is in India to inaugurate Apple's first retail store in India, Apple BKC on April 18th, and the Apple Saket on April 20th. Before the launch, Cook took a moment to share his views on Apple's 25-year history in India.
Tech Layoffs: Apple starts laying off people, to cut jobs in some corporate retail teams
After avoiding terminating people for as long as they could, Apple has finally started laying people off. Apple is eliminating a limited number of positions within its corporate retail teams.
Tech Layoffs: Apple starts laying off third-party contractors just weeks after assuring job security
Just weeks ago, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook had said in an interview that terminations would be the last option for Apple and that they won’t be laying people off anytime soon. However, the tech giant has already started laying off the third-party contractors it works with.
Turkey, Syria earthquake: How Big Tech is coming to the rescue
Tech companies have extended a helping hand to earthquake-stricken Turkey and Syria. While Apple and Google have announced that they will make donations toward the relief and recovery efforts, Amazon has said that it will donate food, medicine and equipment from its Istanbul warehouse
Apple’s Chinese woes: Cook blames pandemic controls, supply chain disruptions for revenue drop
Tim Cook believes that Apple had one of its worst quarters in the last four years in 2022, because of China's pandemic policies, which in turn caused severe supply chain disruptions. Cook also revealed that India set a "quarterly revenue record” and growth in double digits.
Layoffs in Tech: What Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has to say about tech companies laying off talent
When tech companies like Google and Microsoft went berserk during their hiring spree, Apple took a more careful approach. Tim Cook also took a methodical approach to invest in futuristic tech like AI and augmented/virtual reality.
Apple CEO Tim Cook to get massive pay cut for 2023 at his own request, will 'only' make $49 million
Even though Tim Cook is voluntarily taking a massive pay cut for 2023, there are several other benefits that the Apple CEO still gets to enjoy. For example, he will continue to have a private jet at his beck and call for all business and personal travel.