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In one interview given to an Indian television network, Apple CEO Tim Cook acknowledged that the iPhone was "overpriced" in India, saying that he wanted consumers there to be be able to buy iPhones "at a price that looks like the US price." He also talked again about the desire to invest further in India, praising the talent the company wants to invest in. In the StartupFest interview that took place earlier today in Amsterdam, Cook shot down the idea of Apple creating its own "piggyback" carrier network for iPhone users.
The second annual "Power List" from trade magazine Adweek has listed Google and Alphabet founder Larry Page, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Apple CEO Tim Cook as its top three choices based on "the profiles and results of global corporate titans, taking into account such criteria as company value, revenue and revenue growth, market performance, consumer reach and affinity, their standing among rivals, the number of employees overseen, key acquisitions and partnerships, industry accolades and media buzz."
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down for an interview at the European StartupFest conference in Amsterdam on Tuesday, answering -- and in some cases, dodging -- questions on a wide range of topics. Overall, Cook pushed Apple's ability to foster entrepreneurs through app development, creating an infrastructure developers can use to push innovative software and services. He also advocated for the idea of making software coding part of the elementary-school curriculum, touted Apple's current and future health plans, and more.
Apple CEO has met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with the two discussing Apple's plans for India and the opportunities this presents for the Indian tech sector and economy in a get-together on Saturday local time. Cook also helped launch Modi's updated iPhone app, which prompted the Indian PM to take to Twitter to express his delight at the gesture. Also discussed were issues around cyber security and data encryption, reports The Times of India.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has continued his tour of India with a new television interview. Among his talking points with the show's host on India's NDTV, Cook made it clear how important the Indian market is to Apple, explaining that it is a top-five priority for the Cupertino-based company. In this latest interview, Cook also kept on point with the messages he has been reiterating throughout the week-long tour, which is that Apple is playing a long game with Asia generally, and is firmly committed to expanding its presence in the region.
Although not widely reported in the press, a number of Apple executives have accompanied Apple CEO Tim Cook on his five-day trip to India. Alongside newly-appointed head of Apple India Sanjay Kaul, Apple's COO Jeff Williams and Environmental VP Lisa Jackson have also been seen participating in events during the trip. Cook himself has taken time out to visit some cultural sites, including the Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai and a cricket game, while Jackson visited a school known in the region as "The Barefoot College."
Apple CEO Tim Cook's tour of India continues, with the Apple supremo getting the full VIP rock-star-like treatment. In a series of pictures collected from across the internet by the India Express, Cook can be seen out and about on the town attending parties with Bollywood stars among other luminaries, as well as attending an Indian Premier League cricket match. Cook has managed to fit this into a hectic schedule that has included ongoing talks with everyone from meeting with the Indian Prime Minister, other government officials, heads of domestic telcos, as well as leading Indian iOS developers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, traveling in India this week, started his trip with a visit to a famous temple in Mumbai on Wednesday before meeting with prominent businessmen and the heads of the major carriers in India at the Taj Mahal Hotel. According to local media reports, Cook will also have dinner with Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan and meet with local government officials, such as Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis. Also on Cook's agenda are meetings in Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Delhi during the five-day trip, including a meeting with the country's Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
Tim Cook may move on from China as soon as tomorrow, with the Apple CEO reportedly traveling from his current location in Beijing to India. Report sources claim the second leg of his tour of Asia will take him to India for a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a second time, with the agenda likely to cover Apple's attempts to grow in India, as well as the potential for manufacturing of Apple devices within the region.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spent part of his eighth visit to China as the head of the company to take the president of ride-hailing app Didi Chuxing around an Apple Store. Cook took Liu Qing on a tour of one of Beijing's stores, just days after an announcement was made that Apple made an investment of approximately $1 billion in the firm, which is the dominant ride service in the region by a considerable margin.
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Ergonis Software has released PopChar X 7.5, an improved version of the company's tool for finding and inserting special characters and exploring fonts. PopChar X 7.5 adds support for combined emojis in the Apple Color Emoji font, enhances the "Font Info" view, and adds many further enhancements that improve overall speed and stability. PopChar X 7.5 retails for €30 ($34), and is free for anyone who owns a license for PopChar X 7 or purchased a license for PopChar X 6 on or after March 1, 2014 [4.5MB]