tim cook

Apple

Apple's Position on Privacy Is Paying Off

Silicon Valley is reeling with algorithmic and privacy-related controversies. Meanwhile, Apple is laughing.
Jason Koebler
3.28.18
iPhone X

iPhone X Machina

“The future of the smartphone” is the same as it ever was. It doesn’t need reinventing, it needs interrogating.
Brian Merchant
9.15.17
Technology

Apple’s Newest Product Isn’t a Phone or Watch, It’s a Lifestyle

One message was clear at yesterday’s Apple keynote: Buy into their lifestyle or become obsolete.
Sarah Emerson
9.8.16
Apple

Apple’s €13 Billion Irish Tax Kerfuffle, Explained for Normal People

The European Commission says a tax deal between Apple and Ireland was illegal state aid. Here's what you need to know.
David Gilbert
8.30.16
short circuit

Tim Cook Talks Privacy at Apple Event: ‘The iPhone Is An Extension of Ourselves’

Apple’s CEO opened the company’s first event since being ordered to help the FBI with a strong statement on security and privacy.
Janus Kopfstein
3.21.16
Apple

FBI’s iPhone Backdoor May Violate International Law, Says UN Human Rights Rep

"If the order goes through, I wouldn’t be surprised at all if some international human rights bodies responded."
Jason Koebler
3.3.16
News

Apple’s Legal Argument ‘Calls the Director of the FBI a Liar, in as Many Words’

“This is not a case about one isolated iPhone."
Jason Koebler
2.25.16
News

Apple: We Will Fight FBI Demand to Crack iPhone Passcode

Tim Cook argues cracking San Bernardino shooter's phone would set a dangerous precedent that "would undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government is meant to protect."
Joseph Cox
2.17.16
short circuit

Android Users Are Switching to iPhone at a Record Rate

About one-third of iPhone customers this quarter came from Android.
Nicholas Deleon
10.27.15
Music

Tim Cook Says This One Feature Is Apple Music's Secret Sauce

Apple’s streaming music service is now roughly one-fifth as large as Spotify.
Nicholas Deleon
10.20.15
Apple

Apple Avoids $60 Billion in Taxes by Keeping Money Overseas, Report Says

A new study explains how Apple, Microsoft, Google and others avoid billions in taxes.
Sam Gustin
10.7.15
short circuit

The iPhone 6s Was Apple’s Biggest iPhone Launch Ever

Another year, another record weekend for iPhone sales.
Nicholas Deleon
9.28.15
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