China is now the largest market for Apple's iPhone, and it is also a manufacturing center for Apple. The impact of Tim Cook's visit to China on boosting iPhone sales is yet to be observed.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has started his trip to China, where he was invited to attend the China Development Forum in Beijing from March 25 to 27. Apart from conducting business talks, Cook has been visiting Apple stores, attending meetings and taking photos with different people during his stay.
During the China Development Forum on March 25, Apple CEO Tim Cook commended China for its rapid advancements in innovation and its longstanding relationship with Apple.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has been named chairman of the advisory board for Tsinghua University’s School of Economics and Management.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sent an email to employees on October 10, defending the company’s decision to remove HKmap.live from the App Store used by Hong Kong protesters to coordinate protests.
Apple released its newest Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, summarizing what the company has done in terms of products, education, environment, staff, vendors and community.
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“Hello again! Hai Na Bai Chuan, Shanghai changes with every passing day,” Apple CEO Tim Cook posted on Sina Weibo on Monday, with a photo of Shanghai’s most famous landmark the Bund, shot by the newest iPhone XS Max.
The annual session of the China Development Forum (CDF) 2018 will be hosted on March 24-26, 2018, with “China in the New Era” as its theme. Apple CEO Tim Cook attended and spoke at the sub-forum named “Addressing the Challenge of Global Inequality”.
Apple CEO Cook has always maintained a low profile. But this time, seizing the chance to attend World Internet Conference in China, Cook also visited the China’s mobile game company Hero Entertainment. Cook was casual during the meeting, saying that maybe one day he’d put up glow sticks for mobile game players.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has squeezed many new experiences into his schedule while in China. On December 4, Cook and Wang Xing, CEO of Meituan-Dianping, met in Dahuchun, a time-honored restaurant known for its pan-fried buns, after leaving the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen.