Apple CEO Tim Cook is surely one of the most accomplished humans on Earth. He’s the CEO of its most profitable company and the first…
From Henry Ford and Thomas Watson to Steve Jobs and Elon Musk, a look back at the debuts of some of the greatest business minds in Forbes.
When Steve Nelson interviewed John Doerr at the CED Venture Conference Tuesday,, the venture capitalist who saw potential in Amazon's Jeff Bezos and the Google founders before anyone else faced the question that inevitably came up: what does he look for in an entrepreneur? The answer included stories about Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and the Google founders.
A little history of the Apple I
On this week's episode of Shopping for Stocks, host and Zacks Editor Maddy Johnson discussed the retail plan tech giant Apple Inc. (AAPL) laid out at its much-hyped Keynote event held last week at the brand-new Steve Jobs Theater.
It was a big moment. Tim Cook stood on stage at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, and unveiled the iPhone 8 — Apple's highly anticipated device. Cheers erupted from the crowd, live streamers tuned in, and social media overflowed. But then, there was just one more thing the company had up its sleeve: People Are Loving iPhone 8, But The iPhone X Is Overshadowing It For These Reasons
Apple's newest mobile operating system, iOS 11, comes out today, and Steve Jobs probably would've been super pissed if he were still alive.
One of the problems of owning a phone with a physical keyboard is that the layout of the keyboard can't be changed. That was an issue addressed by Steve Jobs during the introduction of the original Apple iPhone back in January of 2007. Still, there are those in this day and age who remain fans of physical keyboards. And if they are lusting after the BlackBerry KEYone, but live in countries that use QWERTZ or AZERTY designed keyboards, BlackBerry is now offering the handset with alternate keyboard layouts
$1,000 for the iPhone X is a “value price” to pay for such a premium product, Tim Cook told viewers during an in-studio interview with Good Morning America today. In the 10-minute interview, Cook defended the pricing of the next-generation iPhone, talked about his excitement over augmented reality, discussed Steve Jobs’ legacy at Apple, and
Apple prides itself on its fanatical attention to detail, with many stories of the lengths to which Steve Jobs would go in the pursuit of perfecting even the smallest of UI elements. In one of them, Google’s then VP of engineering Vic Gundotra describes being called by Steve at home on a Sunday.
Last week's Apple event was historic for several reasons. It was the first Apple press conference to be held at Apple's new campus in the Steve Jobs Theater. More importantly, however, it marked the tenth anniversary of Apple's original iPhone, and the company unveiled the most radical new design we've seen since that first iPhone was unveiled in 2007. The iPhone X is unlike any smartphone Apple has ever created before, and according to Apple it'll set the bar for smartphones for the next 10 years
iPhone 8/Plus Review: With this traditionally beautiful powerhouse, should you really wait for iPhone X?
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are Apple’s newest handsets introduced during its first event at the new Steve Jobs Theater at its also new Apple Park campus last week. But you can’t possibly consider the new phones without noting that Apple this year is breaking from tradition and launching a third flagship model that is radically different than the 8 and 8 Plus. It’s called iPhone X, as in the 10th anniversary edition of the device. It is smaller than the 8 Plus yet has a bigger OLED screen with a controversial notch and it starts at $1000. We hope to have a review of it shortly.