Over the last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook has made it a point to call out tech companies for indiscriminately collecting data on users and disregarding concerns about privacy. But one issue with his criticism is that Apple gets paid a boatload of money from Google for making its search engine the default on its devices. In a new interview, Cook finally addressed that issue. Continue reading Tim Cook Defends Apple Being Paid Billions by Google
Apple opened its March 21 event with a strong statement on data privacy.
The iPhone “is a deeply personal device,” CEO Tim Cook said, taking the stage at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. “For many of us, the iPhone is an extension of ourselves.”
Apple is standing up for its right to lock down your iPhone.