Cook ▪ October 28, 2014
Cook ▪ October 27, 2014
Tim Cook says he is meeting with Alibaba executives later this week about a potential tie-up for AliPay and Apple Pay. Biggest news of the night from a financial perspective.
More on Classic going away: it wasn’t worth updating it.
Cook on cheaper iPhones:
Tim Cook on why the iPod classic was discontinued:
On to questions!
Cook explaining iOS security: Apple unable to give up FaceTime and iMessage records. The usuals.
More at 11….
Cook on Mac vs. Windows. OUCH!
“Would you rather own the Macintosh business or any of the Windows OEMs?” — Tim Cook
Cook on iOS vs. Android:
Cook repeating his comments from 2011, 2012, and 2013 about TV:
“What we’ll do I don’t want to be so clear on,” Cook says. “But it’s an area of a lot of interest. And I’m optimistic … that there can be something great done in the space.”
Some more lack of clarity from Tim Cook on Apple Watch battery life
Cook on his own personal life:
Huge activation numbers for Apple Pay:
More on Apple Pay:
Cook on Apple Pay situation:
More on Apple Watch:
Cook on the Watch:
Cook says Apple’s services division makes Apple ~18 billion dollars per year.
And more on Macs:
Cook on PCs:
Cook on iPhone:
~ Half hour to go
Tim Cook next to (TOUCHING!) Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra
Is that an Android phone?
Following the announcement of a record earnings results, the debut of a pair of new iPhones, the launch of Apple, the introduction of new iPads, and the unveiling of the upcoming Apple Watch, Apple CEO Tim Cook is taking the stage in California at the Wall Street Journal’s inaugural WSJ.D Live conference. Cook could drop some juicy details behind Apple’s latest products and about Apple’s future, and we’ll be using this live blog post to share the latest details from the interview. You can find all tonight’s action below and follow us for more updates on Twitter:
Cook ▪ October 24, 2014
“China is a really key market for us,” said the CEO. “Everything we do, we are going to work it here. Apple Pay is on the top of the list.”
Cook said that Apple would be working to understand the steps needed to bring the new service to China before meeting with local carriers, banks and merchants …
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Cook ▪ October 23, 2014
Tim Cook noted during Monday’s earnings call that Apple was “investing like crazy” in China, but he took the opportunity of his current visit to the country to put a specific number on the company’s retail expansion plans: it will open 25 new Apple Stores in Greater China within the next two years. Greater China includes both Hong Kong and Taiwan.