Cook hits his five-year anniversary as CEO on Wednesday. CNET takes a look at how Apple has changed during his tenure.
Tim Cook assumed the top job at Apple exactly five years ago. These are the products of the post-Steve Jobs era.
Technically Incorrect: Speaking in Australia, the Apple co-founder says he's not fond of Bluetooth at all.
The company may be aiming to play Samsung's game by building a phone with a curved OLED display, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
We rate the many hits and many misses from the tech giant during Cook's five years at the helm.
One of the new purported positions would take some of the load off the Genius Bar crew, thereby cutting the wait time for customers.
The tech titan's health care portfolio continues to grow with the purchase of a data startup.
The computer is expected to fetch around $1 million, with 10 percent of the proceeds going to charity.
Technically Incorrect: In an NPR interview, the singer says she dislikes how Siri says her name and the Apple CEO agreed to make the change.
Technically Incorrect: The company's brick-and-mortar locations are losing the "store" part of their name. Is this a conscious attempt to tweak the way you think about Apple?
Apple's tenth iPhone iteration will likely arrive in September 2016. Here's what the rumor mill is saying about it.
It's been five years since Cook took over from the late Steve Jobs, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak couldn't be happier about the new CEO's performance.