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We keep making the iPhone more capable: Apple CEO At iPhone 13 Launch

Sep 15, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

With improved features such as ultrawide lens, a cinematic-like video feature and technology for better nighttime pictures, Apple launched it's brand new iPhone 13. However, analysts say that the changes aren't much noticeable or practical.

US President To Meet Tech And Finance Leaders To Up Cybersecurity Game

Aug 25, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

The summit comes during a relentless stretch of ransomware attacks that have targeted critical infrastructure, in some cases extorting multi-million-dollar payments from major corporations, as well as other illicit cyber operations that U.S. authorities have linked to foreign hackers.


Apple Fined $2 Million In Brazil For Not Providing Charger In iPhone 12 Box

The consumer protection agency asked the tech giant questions like, what was the price of the product with and without the charger, and if the company reduced the charger production.

Apple, Google Cheer For Joe Biden's Immigration Reforms

Jan 22, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Apple CEO Tim Cook welcomed President Biden's 'commitment to pursuing comprehensive immigration reform that reflects the American values of justice, fairness and dignity'.


Apple Launches New iPhone 12 Series, To Be Shipped Without Adapters

The 4 new iPhone variants are all 5G compliant, have new screens and better cameras.

11 September, 2019

iPhone 11: Apple Cuts Prices, Ramps Up Services

AFP

Apple unveiled three versions of the iPhone 11 including "Pro" models with triple camera and other advanced features on Tuesday.


17 August, 2019

Apple Will Spend 'Vast Sums' Of Money In US, Says Donald Trump Ahead Of Dinner Meet With Tim Cook

Outlook Web Bureau

'Having dinner tonight with Tim Cook of Apple. They will be spending vast sums of money in the U.S. Great!', US President Donald Trump tweeted at around 7 pm local time.


08 July, 2019

Steve Jobs Was Master At 'Casting spells' On Workers To Keep Apple Alive, Says Bill Gates

Outlook Web Bureau

After Steve Job's death in 2011, Tim Cook took over as Apple CEO and made its $1 trillion company.


08 March, 2019

Tim Cook Puts Apple Logo As Twitter Name After Trump's 'Tim Apple' Comment

Outlook Web Bureau

Trump on Thursday had referred Tim Cook as 'Tim Apple' while the latter sat there, nodding quietly during a meeting.


09 January, 2019

Apple Boss Tim Cook Got A 22% Raise In 2018. Here's How Much He Earned

Outlook Web Bureau

Apple's compensation committee cited the company's strong sales performance over the year in justifying the bonus.


02 November, 2018

Tim Cook Hopes India Will Agree For Apple Stores

Outlook Web Bureau

Apple is currently assembling iPhone 6S in India with its partner Wistron.


26 October, 2018

Being Gay Is God's Greatest Gift To Me, Says Apple CEO Tim Cook

Outlook Web Bureau

Cook said he chose to come out publicly after receiving letters from children who were "going through being bullied, being pushed out of their homes, very close to suicide".


03 August, 2018

Apple Becomes World's First Private Company To Be Valued At $1 Trillion

Outlook Web Bureau

The milestone reached Thursday marks the latest triumph of a trend-setting company that two mavericks named Steve started in a Silicon Valley garage 42 years ago.




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